Florsheim Welles

Priced: $120.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Florsheim Welles
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Florsheim Welles - Get the best in handsome style with the Florsheim® Welles.
Leather upper with a lace-up closure for a secure fit.
Leather lining for all-day wear.
Fully cushioned footbed.
Leather sole for a pleasurable walking experience.
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Weight:13 oz

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Florsheim Welles Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I bought this shoe for our daughter\'s upcoming wedding. I had seen them at a store in town, but nobody had it in a size 14-3E. As soon as I tried them on, it felt like a quality made, great fitting shoe. I enjoy wearing them so much, we are practicing for the father-daughter dance in them.
D. F - customer at Zappos.com on 06/26/2010
My husband is 76 years old and a practicing physician. He is on his feet a lot. He says these shoes are more comfortable than the Bostonians were. He wears the thick soles for work and the thin ones for social occasions. Both models look great.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 06/22/2011
This shoe is very comfortable. It has very nice soft leather and a great padded sole. It looks great too! I couldn\'t ask for more!
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 10/31/2010

Negative Reviews:

These shoes were awful...they were falling apart within one week of wear. The soles are ready to fall off under a year.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 07/21/2006

Neutral Reviews:

Do sizes mean anything? Did I really get a 5E width shoe? The sewn label on the tongue of the shoe reads 5E yet the inside sole is marked 3E. The shoes, though marginally acceptable, just feel too tight to be a true 5E. With so many products being made overseas, traditional American measurement standards are not being strictly adhered to or, in many cases, sizes are simply being fudged. A label reading "Size X" doesn't make the product a Size X. You need to make clear on your website what your sizes really mean. Might I suggest printable measuring templates?
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 05/27/2006