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InSoul Low-Top Sneakers

InSoul Low-Top Sneakers

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I joined the kickstarter years ago for $160 and the shoes just haven't held up. Within a month the glue had started to come undone and would force the stitching at parts to barely hold the shoe together. I wouldn't recommend even at $60. There are better options for slightly more $
dtolb
Can the stitching be repaired/improved by a cobbler or is the damage permanent, and can the soles be replaced?
Can anyone comment on the fit and width?
Add dark brown, and I'm in.
I owned the display photo pair in 2015. They lasted about six months before the sole gave out, actually worn ~90 days. Frye sneakers give me ~120 wears, Gustin's with Margom soles ~300. For context, I weigh 210lbs and walk 10K steps a day largely on sidewalks and indoors. I have a long stride, which is hard on the back edge of the heel; I distinctly remember the InSouls gave out in the heel, the sole wore down past the stitches. I was unhappy about the durability at the time, but I also paid 160. For 60, I consider these InSouls to be a significantly better value than Frye, with similar construction quality. If you're in market for higher quality with similar cost per wear, go with Gustin.
I was gonna say the price of $300 was stupid, but their kickstarter was $159, and they said retail will be $300.
whomad1215
Who on earth would buy these at retail, though? At $60, definite maybe.