As we continue to grow older, the less we want to have to spend time putting on our shoes and getting them laced up. When you are twenty years old, it’s no big deal to bend over lacing up your boots for ten minutes. However, when you are sixty years old, spending ten minutes bent over your shoes can hurt your back and cause a lot of pain. That is why the Propet Wash and Wear lineup of slip-on sneakers are such an excellent option for seniors.
The slip-on sneaker is more than simply a novelty item. Instead, it is a shoe made out of 100 percent leather and features a neoprene stretch collar, a nylon-lined insole, and EVA midsole. It has been designed for more than simply its looks. This walking shoe has been designed for people who want to do mild-to-moderate forms of exercise every day.
This shoe’s appearance is somewhat flimsy. However, it is actually quite durable. A 1,000-mile guarantee comes with the shoe. Its flimsy appearance is due to the fact that it is made out of lightweight and soft leather. As you are walking long distances, the impact on your feet is far less. However, you will want to avoid stepping in puddles. The sole of the shoe features a multi-directional tread that offers the best traction possible while you are on the go.
The Propet line of Wash & Wear shoes is available for both women and men. These shoes are very breathable, lightweight and durable. Unfortunately, they do not provide the same high level of support as other Propet shoes. However, this is still a very good shoe if you would like to do some exercising without having to suffer from back pain that is associated with constantly tying shoes.
A walking shoe meant for people want to enjoy mild-to-moderate exercise on a daily basis
- Durable shoe for mild to moderate exercise
- Soft leather uppers with EVA midsole for cushioning
- Comes with a 1000 mile warranty
- Multi-directional tread for excellent traction
- Lightweight materials
- No laces or velcro to adjust fit - will not accommodate swollen ankles well
- Thinner material means less stability and support for the ankles