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- Material exterior: Lona
- Revestimiento: Tela
- Material de la suela: Caucho
- Cierre: Cordones
- Tipo de tacón: Plano
- Anchura del zapato: Schmal
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Detalles del producto
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Dimensiones del paquete : 27.4 x 13.4 x 11 cm; 599.99 gramos
- Producto en Amazon.es desde : 12 febrero 2016
- Fabricante : Vans
- ASIN : B017ZRRNJG
- Número de modelo del producto : VVH001X_01X
- Departamento : Hombre
Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon:
nº1,678 en Zapatos y complementos (Ver el Top 100 en Zapatos y complementos)
- nº202 en Zapatillas casual para hombre
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Descripción del producto
Inspirado en el clásico Slip-On, el Asher tiene una puntera de doble costura, construcción vulcanizada y suela de goma de la firma Vans Waffle. Un estilo bajo con puntera redonda, forro suave y plantilla acolchada.
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Uh... if you're using these as skate shoes or just an energetic lifestyle - it'll probably take a while to break in unless you're really rough with activities like these. Apparently, there's a hack of microwaving your shoes for a short period of time or you can just get a foot stretcher and leave them in when you're not wearing them. I will say that they are easy to slip in and for me, it doesn't come off that easily but I cruise around so if you want to do kick-flips - don't. It'll wear the shoes faster than if you wear to buy sneakers or other slip-on with a thicker sole. They are good for running quick errands though if you're just needing a shoe to go outside quickly. I wouldn't recommend it for other fitness activities, but then I don't exercise a lot anymore but can tell you that yes, they are sturdy and provide comfort and space between your bare feet and the ground but they're not flexible. Do with that as you will or whatever the saying is.
Since I get blisters almost all the time I wear ANYTHING, these shoes are comfy to great without gel socks or plasters but only for a little while. A few hours is great. Maybe half a day is tolerable. All-day? Well if you're just walking, standing, and sitting, yeah, it would probably be tolerable for all-day wear like working or just chilling somewhere. I almost wear these all the time since they're just so easy and convenient to put on and wear without worrying about it falling off and it fits perfectly fine with blister gel socks (I don't know what they're called, sorry) and thick socks (but not both at the same time because it'll fit too tightly).
Also, this is my first time buying Vans as I've usually shopped in Element so I expected good quality with its high price and praise. Honestly, one of my favourite pairs of shoes alongside Element in terms of comfort and simplicity. Even if you're not a very energetic person, these shoes will definitely last for a good time.
I don't think they're waterproof, though. If you're touchy about it getting dirty - sorry, I don't have tips on how to clean them lol. Highly recommend it if you're looking for good quality slip-on shoes that are easy and comfortable to wear. Be wary it takes some time to properly fit into them since it's VERY sturdy.
Could you buy a pair for a cheaper price? Probably, but you're paying for the brand name and quality so I don't know what else to tell you when their shoes are £50+. Element is no different; I just like them both for their style and quality so I'm willing to buy into their prices. Definitely invest in these if you want to save money or looking for a durable product.
As with all Vans, I recommend buying at least half a size larger than you normally would, and putting an insole in them. Otherwise they're not too comfy and a bit on the thin side.
If you have a wide foot I’d consider going up a size.