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Are mens shoe true to size?
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I use to love ecco shoes. However my two pairs of ecco gtx shoes both have the diamond-shaped brand mark fell off, leaving a big hole on the back of the ankel. The rest part of shoes are perfect fine. I get to glue it back but not successful.
Use the warranty
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What country are ecco shoes now made in?
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in for Ecco Shape M 35 . thanks OP!
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Make sure you wear your Ecco shoes and get your money's worth. Don't save them for later. Ecco shoes are known to suffer from hydrolysis and break down but that is also they are so comfy is the PU that their soles are made of. I sadly learned this when my favorite pair of Ecco shoes started to crumble and fall apart. Then my mom's pair that she kept saving for later also had the same fate.
You just saved me money. I buy shoes in 5 year cycles :-). No way I would have gotten my money's worth before they fell apart.
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Some of these sale prices are nuts. I absolutely don't need any more boots... but I'm probably going to get a set of Roxtons because I don't own "legitimate" clompy snow boots. Never needed them where I previously lived, but I moved to NE USA this year and I'm sure I'll be glad to have them when the first nor'easter hits.

Short version:
Ecco is a great brand that makes great shoes and stands behind their quality, I highly recommend them.

Long version:

Ever since discovering Ecco about 14 years ago, they've been my favorite brand of shoes.
Basically every pair of shoes that I own (apart from my athletic shoes) are Eccos.
I have 4 pairs of boots, 5 pairs of casual shoes, and 3 pairs of dress shoes.
Sounds like a ridiculous shoe collection, but some of them have been gifts, and it's because these shoes are absolutely high quality. Many of my boots (some almost 10 years old) look like they're still new.

For reference, I'm a 12 or 12EE in US sizes, and their 46 fits me like a glove, I love it.
The way Europeans make shoes, or size them at least, is more around fitting your heel and contouring to the rear and sides of the foot to maximize comfort and make the shoe fit comfortably tightly. They don't have "wide" versions of their shoes, but if your foot tends to be a little wider than average (not even necessarily officially a wide size), euro sizes will accommodate that nicely. Many American brands fit their shoes around the front/toe box, which becomes immediately apparent when you compare American branded shoes to Eccos.

Maybe I just sound like a fan boy, and maybe I am. They sell quality shoes that hold up well and fit well. They also back up their warranty. My dad had bought a set of boots through an Ebay store and had a seam blow out on them less than 6 months later because of a manufacturing defect. It was a model that they no longer made, so they sent him a $350 gift card for their ECCO store so he could go pick out basically whatever set of boots he wanted to, to replace the defective ones, and that's way more money than he'd paid for those boots of his.

On a separate note: Many of their outdoor boots are Gore-Tex... and that means something. If you're not familiar, Gore-Tex is a type of inner breathable membrane for waterproofing shoes. However, it means a lot more than the shoes just being waterproof. Companies can't just slap that membrane in their shoes and call them Gore-Tex. They have to meet quality standards and pass tests set by Gore to even be able to use their tech/branding for their shoes. So, if you get a shoe that is Gore-Tex, you know it's going to be made well.
They really stand behind their product even when they shouldn't anymore. I had some dress shoes bought in Europe on sale many years ago. The soles cracked halfway. I was curious what to do and contacted ecco usa. They sent me prepaid bags to send the shoes to them for repair. Shortly after i received a letter with giftcard for much more than i ever paid for the shoes. I ordered new shoes from the ecco site and they are much nicer than the pair i sent in. What a service !
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The "Kyle" (first ones pictured) look a lot like Vans MTE. I actually thought that's what they were at a glance.
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Is this true to size?
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If you have Navy Federal card, you can use their shopping portal to get an additional 4% back plus the usual 1.5%, so 5.5%.
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Is this true to size?
Ecco runs large for me, I'd suggest sizing down or buying a couple if you live near a retailer to return. I'm a US 12 usually but I have a pair of Eccos in a EU 45 (11-11.5 according to the site). Even those are a touch large on me.
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You just saved me money. I buy shoes in 5 year cycles :-). No way I would have gotten my money's worth before they fell apart.
As several have mentioned here, they supposedly have a good warranty. I cannot vouch for this because I just sent mine in last week. I still stand by my original statement though that you really should only buy if you will wear them a lot and not be just the "fancy" shoes or occasional shoes you wear. They cannot be resoled ( I asked Ecco) like some boots. Even with warranty, you won't be getting the same shoes back, you would have to reorder and maybe a different style if the shoe is no longer made. So they are only for now shoes, not forever shoes. I still think they are comfortable though.
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Make sure you wear your Ecco shoes and get your money's worth. Don't save them for later. Ecco shoes are known to suffer from hydrolysis and break down but that is also they are so comfy is the PU that their soles are made of. I sadly learned this when my favorite pair of Ecco shoes started to crumble and fall apart. Then my mom's pair that she kept saving for later also had the same fate.
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You just saved me money. I buy shoes in 5 year cycles :-). No way I would have gotten my money's worth before they fell apart.
For what it's worth, I have never experienced this. I currently have three pairs of mid- to high-end Ecco leather slip-ons (one 8 years old, one 3 years old, one a few months old), and none of them have started "falling apart." The 3 year old ones are probably my favorite casual shoe, so they have seen a lot of use.

I do use a leather cleaner/treatment about once a year, but it's nothing special (just a balm), and that wouldn't affect the sole.

Not saying it's never happened, but after reading reviews from places like Amazon/Zappo/Nordstrom and browsing previous threads here, this is the first time I can remember reading about this behavior. Ecco is easily my favorite casual/semi-formal shoe brand because of the comfort and durability of the ones I've owned.
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Used to work at a shoe store where I got Ecco shoes heavily discounted. Ever since I got my first pair I realized there is really no better brand. I did manage to ruin a pair of Ecco boots when I went snowmobiling and got stuck where they got soaked through from inside out. Stitching never came apart, just when the boot dried out it became a bit to snug. That being said the boot was 12 years old of heavy using. I got my entire family hooked on Ecco's first with my employee discount and then with the quality where most of my family still gets Ecco's for all kids and adults! Ecco's are some of the most comfortable shoes/boots I've worn. And my entire family agrees!
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I use to love ecco shoes. However my two pairs of ecco gtx shoes both have the diamond-shaped brand mark fell off, leaving a big hole on the back of the ankel. The rest part of shoes are perfect fine. I get to glue it back but not successful.
It happened to me too. I just glued it back.
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Make sure you wear your Ecco shoes and get your money's worth. Don't save them for later. Ecco shoes are known to suffer from hydrolysis and break down but that is also they are so comfy is the PU that their soles are made of. I sadly learned this when my favorite pair of Ecco shoes started to crumble and fall apart. Then my mom's pair that she kept saving for later also had the same fate.
Very true. Learned this some 20 years ago with an expensive pair that I kept in the box for about 18 months.
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