Aerosole Shoes

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Though the company markets themselves as fashion-forward, the majority of their styles are designed for the mature shoe buyer. They do offer a few styles suitable for young women, but their bread and butter is women in their 40s and 50s.

The majority of their shoes are designed for daywear or casual nightwear. Buyers won't find formal wear, but they will find shoes that are appropriate for everyday errand running alongside shoes that would fit right in at the workplace.

Aerosole shoes are the country's largest "comfort" brand and are sold in most shoe stores alongside their own brand-specific stores. The shoes are marketed as comfortable and fashionable, but do they live up to the hype? For the full scoop on Aerosole, keep reading. It's at the forefront of their marketing and manufacturing philosophy. Every shoe comes with a padded insole that's designed to support the foot while simultaneously reducing impact. Just because they're marketed as a comfort shoe, doesn't mean they're automatically ‘a comfortable shoe'.

The major downside to most Aerosole brand shoes is that they only come in one width - medium (B). This is a huge drawback for customers with wider or narrower feet. Some styles come in wide, but not all - meaning your selection is limited. Another drawback is that many Aerosoles are made for low feet. That is, people with higher arches or a high "top" of the foot will often find the shoes cut across their feet just below the toes.

One benefit of the company's brand shoe is that most styles come with a good grip sole - meaning you can concern yourself less about slipping or falling. If you live in an area that's wet or gets a lot of snow, this can be a lifesaver. In general, Aerosoles are well made shoes - they have a strong reputation and a good customer base that believes in their product. When you buy a new pair, you can likely expect them to last anywhere from 18 to 24 months, depending on how often you wear them.

If you're looking for a reliable work shoe that's comfortable, then Aerosole shoes are a good buy. Be wary if you have wide or narrow feet, and always try them on before you buy.

Feroz Ahmed Bawany goal is to increase my knowledge and to understand the only civilized creations of Almighty Lord are HUMAN. He is a regular contributer to TRCB.com.

 

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