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Guys’s grand crosscourt ii sneakers

(6 customer reviews)

$52.41$56.28

  • one hundred% leather-based
  • imported
  • rubber sole
  • shaft measures about low-top from arch
  • smooth and simple, the grand crosscourt sneaker is the proper way to add a few tailor-made informal style for your every day look.
  • conventional recreation stimulated oxford in leather-based, suede or textile uppers
  • injection molded outsole with rubber pods in heel and forefoot
  • grand 360 layout and engineering comfort technology
  • textile lined
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SKU: C184L6XZDW381 Category:

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product description

smooth and simple, the grand crosscourt sneaker is the right way to feature a few tailored casual fashion in your every day appearance. Conventional game stimulated oxford in leather, suede or fabric uppers. Fabric coated. Injection molded outsole with rubber pods in heel and forefoot. Grand 360 design and engineering comfort generation.

with almost 80 years in the business and loads of points of distribution within the u. S., cole haan is one of america’s gold standard luxury manufacturers. Founded in 1928 as a collaboration among trafton cole and eddie haan, cole haan epitomized artisan high-quality and impeccable craftsmanship all through a time while fashion was the entirety. At first, cole haan changed into a men’s footwear label that captured the essence of the 20s spirit with beautifully-designed and properly-made footwear for the dapper gentleman. These days, cole haan brings that history to all of its products, consisting of guys’s and girls’s dress and informal footwear, belts, hosiery, purses, small leather-based items, outerwear and shades.

size_name

7, 7 Wide, 7.5, 7.5 Wide, 8, 8 Wide, 8.5, 8.5 Wide, 9, 9 Wide, 9.5, 9.5 Wide, 10, 10 Wide, 10.5, 10.5 Wide, 11, 11 Wide, 11.5, 11.5 Wide, 12, 12 Wide, 13, 13 Wide, 14, 14 Wide, 15, 15 Wide

color_name

Tan Leather Burnsh, Navy Leather Brnsh, White Leather, Black Lthr/White, Black Leather/Blk, Tan Leather Burnished

6 reviews for Guys’s grand crosscourt ii sneakers

  1. Peter

    I rarely write reviews so heads up: this product is a stinker. First the good: you can pick these up on amazon for sub $50 if you get lucky, I think I paid around $70-80. They are very comfortable and stylish, if you want an affordable take on the clean classic leather sneaker that brands like common projects have turned into an (expensive) modern icon. Great, what’s bad then? I’ve only worn them about 20 times, and they are now unwearable. I questioned the leather from the start and decided to try to be extra careful with them, but the leather started deteriorating right off the bat, with my pant leg wearing through the nice brown color on the the left shoe and into the lighter color underneath, see my pic. Like seriously, I think the top color is airbrushed on or something. Then the color started coming off the left shoe’s toe, revealing light brown underneath. The last straw was just now I accidentally stepped on a piece of packing tape and it touched the toe of my shoe. I pulled it off, and along came the color of the leather! Now the shoes are completely unwearable. Wtf? Weirdly, the leather on the right is also degrading noticeably, but not nearly as fast as the left shoe. My recommendation: if you want a shoe that will look fly for an event or two, these are a decent pick, but if you want to use this look as part of your regular wardrobe then look elsewhere: the breeze from a butterfly wing can take the color off these puppies 🦋 Read more

  2. Peter HTown

    I really wish I would have listened to the negative reviews about this shoe. I’m not sure if its by design or if it is just poor quality control, but on the left shoe especially there was a spot on the heel that curved inward causing a very sharp ,and very painful, edge leading the shoe to cuts deep into your heel. I have a cut, and even bleed into my sock! Keep in mind , I wore this shoe with socks and to my office. I wanted a pair of white sneakers – I probably should’ve just got Stan Smiths, or Converse, or Vans, or maybe just something from Payless rather than waste money on these. Read more

  3. Sam F.

    Firstly I purchased a black pair in 11,5D and really liked them accepting the fact that they won’t last too long. Their soft leather has a nice soft feel but it wrinkles and stains easily. Anyhow, I ordered a second black pair and a third in light brown, both same size. To my surprise these supposedly same shoes had an entirely different fit! The brown was much tighter and was hard and unpleasant to wear for the whole day while the black felt soft and comfortable in just a couple of hours. I thought I received a wrong size but the printing inside indicated that both shoes where 11,5D. So I decided to measure them. From the pictures attached it’s obvious that despite the fact that they are the same model made by the same manufacturer or production line, there are not the same! This is the first time something similar happens to me after buying hundreds pairs of shoes! I am worried that these are not original CH’s! Buyers be aware! There is something “fishy” here! Read more

  4. jmac

    This review is specifically for the navy blue color. I have a few pairs of this shoe in various colors and love all the other colors. However, the blue dye rubs right off of these. The white soles actually get stained blue from occasionally rubbing against the leather upper as you walk. Blue dye also comes right off on a cleaning rag. I’m going to check Cole Haan for a warranty replacement. Read more

  5. Quincy C.

    These are good-looking sneakers. They have a simple, low profile design and are the right width. Their coloring is more of an off-white vs. pure white, but that’s a good thing so they don’t blind you. Some people have written reviews complaining about the heel area of the shoe being ultra stiff and tearing into their Achilles. That never happened to me. I’ve always worn these with crew or dress socks, so maybe that helps prevent it. I’ve worn my pair at least 20 times now and they’re holding up. No horribly deep creases in the uppers and no peeling or anything (my pics were taken today). They’re easy to clean; a wet paper towel does the job. The shoes are pretty comfortable. They have just enough cushioning (I have bony feet) to not hurt. Where the shoes are lacking is support. After a day of wearing them my feet sometimes feel sore. I have low arches, and end up with tender feet if I wear them for an 8-10 hour period or walk a lot in them. I like the look of these shoes a lot so I’ll keep wearing them, but not if I’m going to walk a lot. Inserts will probably help. Read more

  6. Mefunmom

    Shoes are very nice and seem to be of good build, but the back part of the shoe protrudes way too much and gave me aweful blisters to the point where it was unwearable even with thick socks. Read more

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