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Propet Men’s Life Walker Strap Sneaker,Black,12 M (US Men’s 12 D)

Get your locomotion on with the Life Walker Strap sneaker from Propet®.
Supple full-grain leather upper with tonal stitching and athletic-inspired details for a clean aesthetic.
Fully cushioned collar and tongue with adjustable hook-and-loop closure provides an easy yet secure wear.
Removable cushioned orthotic with arch support conforms to the shape of your foot.
Extended heel counter and built-in contoured heel stabilizer delivers support to maintain your sturdy stride.
Lightweight molded EVA midsole absorbs shock to reduce leg and foot fatigue.
Specially designed rubber outsole for durability and high traction to ensure sure-footing.
Medicare/HCPCS code = A5500 diabetic shoe.

Weight: 14 oz

Product measurements were taken using size 8, width M (D). Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Weight of footwear is based on a single item, not a pair.

Product Features

  • Rocker profile
  • Padded collar and tongue. Built in contoured heel stabilizer with dual strap velcro closure
  • Adjustable hook-and-loop closure
  • Removable cushioned orthotic
  • EVA midsole with durable arch support
  • Medicare/HCPCS code A5500 diabetic shoe

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Anonymous says:

Buy something else…terrible workmanship. I bought a pair of these shoes about 18 month ago and have been wearing them every day. They are comfortable right out of the box. So, I ordered another pair of the same model recently. On my fourth wearing of these shoes, I noticed that the velcro parts separated, and that the rigid velcro part is separating from the shoe strap. The strap is beginning to stretch as a result. Either Propet has changed their manufacturer in China or I just “lucked” upon a bad shoe. Either way, they…

Anonymous says:

Bob Loves His New Propet Men’s Life Walker Sport Sneaker I recently purchased this third pair of Propet Sneakers, for my 90 yo dad, who’s spent a lifetime running, then walking, to stay in shape. I’d originally bought him the slide-on version, in white, just to kick around the house in. Before I knew it, he was wearing them most the time, so I quickly ordered an identical pair in black. BTW, I have four pair of Propet, myself and though they were never meant to compete with more expensive running shoes for stability, you can’t beat washable…

Anonymous says:

Now I have Happy Feet My feet love these shoes! I had polio back in 1945 and have used arch supports for the last 60 years. I used to wear lace up shoes and lace them very tight to support my feet. 25 years ago that became painful so I switched to boots – I bought the widest Red Wing books I could find. They supplied enough support, and room for my feet. But then my feet spread out and now I can’t find any boots that are wide enough.So I tried these shoes, and they are perfect. They are the widest shoes…

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