Cushioned shoes, or neutral cushioning shoes, are shoes designed for runners with normal to high arches who tend to underpronate. Cushioning shoes generally have a padded midsole with layers of extra cushioning in the heel and forefoot that provide better energy return to the body when compressed while helping absorb heel shock and encouraging a more natural foot motion.
Eastland Newport Great shoe!
February 27, 2013
Reviewer: John from Dallas, TX
A really good pair of shoes! Took about 4-5 days to break in the right shoe, as I had some pressure across the top of foot where the tongue would be. Daily wear and some saddle soap helped break in the one shoe. I know that most peoples' feet are different sizes and likely no fault of the shoe. Otherwise a very comfortable pair of shoes and quick to put on! Hopefully this shoe will hold up to daily wear as good as my last pair of Eastlands with the same sole design, as I am 6'4" and 350+ pounds and the last pair wore long and very even for the job that was asked of them. I will definitely buy more in the not too near future!
Wears this shoe: To work daily as a police detective 5 days a week.
Johnston & Murphy Harding Moc Slip-On Way too small
February 20, 2013
Reviewer: Tom from Ann Arbor, MI
Have been buying size 12M J&M shoes for years. For the first time, the 12M did not fit. In fact, these shoes are the most uncomfortable shoes I have ever worn. Unfortunately, I tried to break them in over two wearings at work and the shoes are not returnable now. So I am stuck with a pair of extremely uncomfortable shoes.
Wears this shoe: To work