Ben Sherman Nick - Kick it around town in the casual good looks of the Nick sneaker from Ben Sherman®.
Wing tip design.
Lightly padded insole.
The primary reason I bought this shoe was to find something a little nicer that still had a flat sole. I'm quite the dancer so there are certain things I look for. I tear my shoes up very quickly which is a good tell on how well made the shoes are. For starters I love the look, and would suggest it to anyone who likes the style and would wear it for common usage. I wore these first night out and could immediately tell that they will not last me long on the dance floor. As with many thin soles they for some reason aren't attached well to the rest of the shoe. The stitching on the side still holds but the glue is giving away from the leather which is quite noticeable (huge pet peeve). Other than that the shoe is remarkably thin all around and still seems solid. Again, I have only had these less than a week but being that I put tremendous pressure on my shoes I can usually tell what's to come of it from day one. While comfortable and stylish, with my active lifestyle I'm predicting these won't last me more than 1/1.5 years before they gotta go. P.S. I'm flat footed
I was disappointed in the comfort and quality of this shoe. Very thin sole that offers very little support. Forget about city walking, you're gonna really feel those sidewalks. I like the style, but the quality is just not up to par...they are starting to separate from the sole after only a few months (of less than 3 days per week wear). I expected more from Ben Sherman and more due from the price I paid.
The style is great but the leather was pretty rigid and it was less than a year before the sole started to separate. Only wore them a couple times per week. Sole is pretty thin and flat so I put some insoles in to help with comfort.