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Jack Workman

Jack Workman

Eastern Sierra, Big Bend

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Jaclynn's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
Yoga
Skiing

Jaclynn's Bio

I'm a nomadic parks worker who LOVES to bike and hike, with a bit of yoga on the side to keep me sane and make me able to touch my toes! When I see a body of water, it's almost impossible for me to resist going for at least a brief swim, and when I'm actually in a place with snow I love to cross country ski.

Jack Workman

Jack Workman wrote a review of on July 6, 2013

3 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Fit: Runs large

These shoes seemed nice, but I ordered 8.5 and they were a little long for my somewhere-in-between 8.0-8.5 feet. Not to mention I was trying to order brown shoes for work and in the picture the Dark Plum/Lilac was a tan color (which seemed a bit odd). In reality, when I got these shoes they were PURPLE - and not ashamed of it! Needless to say, they went right back in the box. However, it should be said that the make of the shoe was very nice in general, the soles were pleasantly flexible, and maybe I would try these again sometime if I weren't trying to find brown shoes for work at the moment.

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Jack Workman wrote a review of on June 25, 2013

2 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought these hoping that they'd be a good alternative to my Pace Gloves - something a bit more substantial that might have a bit more longevity and that I could wear for work. But when I tried them on, I could feel that they weren't completely "barefoot" - that is, there was a drop from heel to toe, and there was a weird bit of cushioning pressing up against my sole just above the heel. Needless to say, I returned these. For those who are still used to wearing regular hikers, these are probably fine, and they're definitely nice and flexible, but if you're looking for a real barefoot shoe... best keep looking.

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