Women's Aubrey Skate
Not extremely happy
I'm not completely happy with the shoe. I love the style of the shoe, but they are not very durable. I have had my shoes for a little over a month and they are not wearing well. The sole on the inner and outside of the shoe is coming apart from the material part of the shoe. I wear my shoes a lot and I feel they should be able to hold up a little better then they are.
March 19, 2014
fell apart after about 2 weeks
I bought a pair of these right before Christmas. They are cute, and very comfortable. Unfortunately, the quality is terrible - they are already falling apart (only 2 weeks later?!?!). The rubber is coming apart from the shoe. Such a bummer :(
January 6, 2014
I have always had a hard time finding shoes that are comfortable. I have always preferred bare foot because shoes are uncomfortable and tight feeling. this is the only shoe that I have found to be comfortable.
January 5, 2014
Pretty but poor quality
I originally bought this because of the great looking style. However, after wearing the shoes for less than a month the sole started peeling away from the shoe. The gap between the shoe and sole is large. Unable to return the shoe due to policy I am left with a peeling shoe. I usually don't leave reviews but I thought it may save someone else the hassle and money.
December 29, 2013
Love these shoes
I've been buying the "Woman's Aubrey Skate" style and brand of shoes for years! Since I was in high school so...about 8+. Super comfy, look great with jeans, and great quality for the price. Maybe need to buy a pair once a year, with everyday use.
December 28, 2013
Fun little shoes in cute colors, even for someone a little older. Very comfortable the first time worn. Only, con is: What are you supposed to do with the loooooong shoelaces? I love the laces being in two colors, but each is long enough to lace the shoes 4 times! Even double knotting them, the laces drag on the floor by many inches. Not sure what to do - may try cutting the laces shorter and tying knots in the ends.
December 20, 2013