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Akk Men's Lightweight Walking Shoes (3 Colors) $13.90 + Free Shipping

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Akk has Men's Lightweight Walking Shoes $25.9 - $12 with code SD210S=$13.9, shipping is free.
  • 3 colors option
  • Size for 7.5-12.5US
  • Fulfilled by Amazon


https://www.akk.com/products/puxo...1540999317
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I bought their running shoes, and while not the best quality, they are comfortable and worth the price.
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Never heard of them. My firewall is blocking the site as well.
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I bought their running shoes, and while not the best quality, they are comfortable and worth the price.
How are they compared to skechers? Due to work I tend to be on foot for hours a day and end up with pain. Skechers helps a lot but still there is room for improvement. Dr scholl insoles sucked
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How are they compared to skechers? Due to work I tend to be on foot for hours a day and end up with pain. Skechers helps a lot but still there is room for improvement. Dr scholl insoles sucked
I'm a New Balance fan, these are comfortable, and made with light foam that is soft, but not sure how durable. But what shoes are now days?
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Can you share the actual link of deal? This link is for official site and not of amazon
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I'm a New Balance fan, these are comfortable, and made with light foam that is soft, but not sure how durable. But what shoes are now days?
I don't mind if they last 6 months as long as my feet don't pain at the end of day at reasonable price
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Only a few sizes left.
"NOTE: The shoes are only returnable within 10 days of delivery."
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I like to have lightweight shoes to walk around the house in (house shoes I suppose?)...my feet and ankles don't like hardwood floors for an extended period of time. These look to fit the bill.

Just FYI...the Paypal invoice comes back as "HONG KONG CULINK INTERNATIONAL LIMITED". Obviously not a shocker that it's Hong Kong, but some people might be interested in the company.
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I bought these in the last deal then two weeks later they emailed me and said they didn't have my size in stock so they asked me to pick another pair. Not sure if anyone else ran into similar issues.
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Auto-buy for me. Any shoes that say "Sports" on them must be good for "Sports"
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How are they compared to skechers? Due to work I tend to be on foot for hours a day and end up with pain. Skechers helps a lot but still there is room for improvement. Dr scholl insoles sucked
If you're on your feet all day, you should realize the importance of good shoes. So, why in the world would you cheap out with some crap Chinese shoes to save $50-60? A single day of work ruined by crap shoes will cost you more than you save.

Remember kids, there's a difference between being cheap and being frugal. Cheaping out where it matters is generally a bad idea.
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If you're on your feet all day, you should realize the importance of good shoes. So, why in the world would you cheap out with some crap Chinese shoes to save $50-60? A single day of work ruined by crap shoes will cost you more than you save.

Remember kids, there's a difference between being cheap and being frugal. Cheaping out where it matters is generally a bad idea.
I don't know man. I don't mind spending some money on decent shoes but I don't know a good one. I have purchased different type of insoles of dr scholl only to trash them next day. I have tried different brands of shoes, mainly sports but ended up skechers as they help a bit. I replace them once every couple of months. Suggest me something good which would actually work.
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I don't know man. I don't mind spending some money on decent shoes but I don't know a good one. I have purchased different type of insoles of dr scholl only to trash them next day. I have tried different brands of shoes, mainly sports but ended up skechers as they help a bit. I replace them once every couple of months. Suggest me something good which would actually work.
Brooks GTS.

There's only a handful of things I don't cheap out on; a bed, shoes, Q-Tips, deodorant, and Dr. Pepper. After my back surgery 20 years ago, I started spending more on shoes. I moved up to some Saucony from typical Nike and the like and thought they were good, but then a sweet little Asian gentleman that owned his own store spent about an hour watching me walk and put me in Brooks GTS. Haven't bought anything since.

Now, being the wizard of cheap, I do wait until the yearly clear outs of current stock to purchase, but I've had pairs last me for years. This is something you don't cheap out on. Skip the frivolous avacado toast or insanely overpriced Starbucks and focus on what's important!
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Quote from holly_molly :
I don't know man. I don't mind spending some money on decent shoes but I don't know a good one. I have purchased different type of insoles of dr scholl only to trash them next day. I have tried different brands of shoes, mainly sports but ended up skechers as they help a bit. I replace them once every couple of months. Suggest me something good which would actually work.
I've had good luck with various LL Bean shoes, especially their moccasin/boat shoe types They are made very well and they're comfortable. However, they are not cheap though they'll last 5-10 years with normal wear.
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