Men’s eureka strolling shoe

(5 customer reviews)


  • san crispino
  • imported
  • rubber sole
  • real leather-based: leather upper is straightforward to easy and hold, so these taking walks footwear for men appearance and feel even higher with time
  • fatigue-fighting footbed: latex foam footbed generously cushions the foot to help reduce foot fatigue as you stand and stroll
  • breathable lining: moisture-wicking mesh lining offers breathability to create extra-secure taking walks shoes for men
  • impact-absorbing: eva midsole affords bendy, lightweight effect absorption
  • stability and traction: rubber outsole offers lengthy-carrying durability, and facilitates to hold a certain stride on a spread of surfaces
  • a strong stride: san crispino construction offers a huge base of guide for all-day stability
  • greater padding: padded collar helps to prevent blisters and irritation for best cushioned comfort
SKU: C111XA4R25288 Category:

product description

the ridgefield series combines the consolation of a taking walks shoe with the appearance of an normal informal-so that you by no means have to compromise. With san crispino production for heel balance, beneficiant collar and tongue padding, removable footbed, and a strobel creation construct for forefoot flexibility.

rockport has constantly been one step in advance of the times, believing the best shoe has now not yet been invented. This positive dissatisfaction compels them to continuously improve upon their shoes. Based in 1971, they have been the first corporation to apply superior athletic technologies in informal footwear to acquire light-weight comfort, and the first organisation to engineer on foot consolation in dress and informal footwear.


6.5 Wide, 7, 7 Wide, 7.5, 7.5 Wide, 8, 8 Wide, 8 X-Wide, 8.5, 8.5 Wide, 8.5 X-Wide, 9, 9 Wide, 9 X-Wide, 9.5, 9.5 Wide, 9.5 X-Wide, 10, 10 Wide, 10 X-Wide, 10.5, 10.5 Wide, 10.5 X-Wide, 11, 11 Wide, 11 X-Wide, 11.5, 11.5 Wide, 11.5 X-Wide, 12, 12 Wide, 12 X-Wide, 13, 13 Wide, 13 X-Wide, 14


Black, Brown, Chocolate Nubuck

5 reviews for Men’s eureka strolling shoe

  1. Eric Slick

    2 months, and the sole of the left shoe separated from the upper. I love Rockports and have always sought them out. I’ve had five or six pairs over the last decade. I’m always happy to pay a premium for quality and until this purchase, I associated quality with Rockport. I’m extremely saddened to no longer be able to trust Rockport shoes. Right now, it’s too late to return, with no option from Amazon if the product is defective. At least expected a way to contact the manufacturer. I hope to be able to get a replacement, but for now, I’m at work, walking on a bad pair of shoes that probably won’t last the day. I’ll be barefoot soon. For Amazon, I have been trying out buying shoes and clothing, but now realize that if there’s a defect and it shows up after a short while, I have no recourse, or none that I can readily see. It would be nice that in the case where the product really is defective, that you make it easier to show how one can contact the manufacturer. Read more

  2. Amazon Customer

    I have been purchasing this model of Rockport shoe for ten years. Each pair lasts about two years as I wear them every day at work, and they have always been extremely comfortable from the very stop with soft leather and very supportive insole and sole. Last week I went to purchase a pair and found that nobody in my area carries them any longer. I then ordered a pair online and found out why – this is NOT the same shoe. The leather was thinner and stiff, causing painful pressure my arthritic toe joint. The sole feels cheap and doesn’t look like it would last very long. The finish of the shoe looks cheap and the upper was the worst. This looked like someone saw a pair once and tried to make a knock-off on a budget of about $10 (and I wouldn’t pay that much for these!). I ordered 8EE, which I have been wearing for that entire 10 years, but these were a bit smaller than usual (I’ve always been able to wear them out of the store with no break-in period needed). I’m done buying Rockports. Off to look for someone who makes good quality shoes. Too bad, because they were the most comfortable shoes I ever owned, including countless walking shoes, court shoes, hiking shoes and even my Nike sandals, which will probably be on my feet when I die. Read more

  3. Dr. Dolittle

    This is my second pair of Rockport Eureka Walking Shoes. Both sets developed the same problems within six months of daily business use (mostly sitting behind a computer). The threads near the toe gave out and became unsightly in the right shoe of both pairs. The laces also separated (inner and outer) in both pairs. The newest pair shows cracking in the upper (which I had incorrectly thought was leather until reading these reviews) and the soles are developing separation from the rest of the shoe. Obviously the quality is not what I had expected of Rockport and I will not purchase this style again. I do find the shoes to be quite comfortable and helpful for my plantar fascitis, but for the price I expected them to be more durable. I’ve attached two photos of the shoes after less than one year of use. Read more

  4. JHV

    I have been using this model for about 10 years. I worn out at least two pairs during that time. I loved the “old” model, which had an extremely comfortable sole (it felt literally like walking on air). However, I reached the point where my old Eurekas were falling apart and had to find replacements. I was very glad to find them in Amazon (particularly because they had the Wide version). Having used Eurekas f(in normal size 12) or so long, I did not hesitate to buy them (in fact I bought both brown and black versions). I was expecting the 12 W version to fit even better (I have wide feet) than the old 12 Normal. I was to be disappointed. The first thing I noticed is that the new 12W version is not wider than the old 12 normal. I did not think much of it because since they were of the same width as the old model, I assume they would fit as well. They did not. Another important feature is the sole. The new sole is not as magnificent as the old one (the cushioning effect in my old shoes is much better than the one in the new ones I bought). Again, I did not think much of it. So confident I was that these Eurekas would work that I took them with me to Mexico to wear them at a conference. Big mistake. As soon I walked with them for a day, they started bothering my feet and I had no choice but keep wearing them. Apparently the upper leather is not as soft as the one in the old shoes that the rigidity of the sole and the narrow width created havoc in my feet. As soon as I return to the US, I’ll return the pair I did not use. I am disappointed. Read more

  5. zorach spira

    I used to be a fan of Rockport shoes however, over the past two years, their workmanship has become poor. I think I can correlate this with their production move to another country. Don’t get me wrong, neither was done in the United States, however, the most recent move has given them lousy quality. My shoes, are falling apart because whatever glue might be in there is not holding them anymore. I thought I would give him another chance, but I can’t afford giving these chances anymore. My next purchase will not be a Rockport. I’m sorry it has to be this way. Read more

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