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Starbury Skurban Line Running Shoe

Starbury Skurban Line Running Shoe
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Starbury Skurban Line Running Shoe

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111601

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Description:

Stay fit and hip with the Starbury Skurban running shoes. Hood-tested and approved, these shoes are designed to provide maximum performance without sacrificing comfort.Starbury insists there is a misconception in the market place regarding price and quality. Starbury believes in serving the community by providing a high quality product at an affordable price. Join Starbury in its efforts to take care of the forgotten. Starbury plans to donate products and a portion of its net proceeds to various community organizations so feel good knowing that your purchase supports others.

Features:
  • Breathable mesh construction

  • Lightweight

  • Skurban "Starbury" printed on tongue

  • Rubber sole

Product Details:
Average Customer Rating: based on 40 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review:4.0 ( 40 customer reviews )
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7 of 7 found the following review helpful:

3Starbury Running Shoe  Mar 30, 2009
By Julie A. Sileo
Shoe is decently made, but not recommended for hard use. Have been using for a month and already the front of shoe is coming apart. For normal wear (walking/running) that does not involve intense sport-like movements (raquetball/basketball), it is a good deal.

6 of 6 found the following review helpful:

5Good, light-weight shoe for everyday wear  Apr 18, 2009
By A Guy in Indianapolis
This is a good, light-weight shoe. It is very well ventillated, so it's best worn indoors or in warm weather. I wouldn't recommend it for running or sports activities, but for everyday walking, you can't beat it for the price.

3 of 3 found the following review helpful:

5Excellent shoe for the price!  Jun 24, 2009
By FLYingG0D
I was looking for a pair of sneakers that would not easily tear or start getting holes in it while at work. I don't really do athletic stuff, but a shoe from a local store started tearing at the edges of the toe section (the left and right corners that tend to fold when your toes bend at the ball of your foot). Those shoes were obviously not so great. So, I sent for the Starbury shoes! I went with Navy/White, and they look great!

These shoes have fabric at that common bending point, so they will not easily tear like the solid material my other shoes had. The heel area is indeed fairly weak, so when one puts their shoe on without a shoe-horn, it tends to get folded down. A quick flip with ye olde finger fixes it right up though. And, for the price, I am willing to throw in the extra maneuver when I put my shoes on.

I found these shoes to be really nice, and as long as they last me more than a few months, I will be looking for more in the future! Thank you for having these available!

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

2Beware of Marginal Quality  Dec 09, 2010
By TP Reitzel
At this point, I can't comment about the durability of the shoe, but I can say the shoe is comfortable and the price is great. Although, my size was unavailable in the color, black, I bought the white and blue shoe which looks nice. Lastly, I like the fact that the shoelaces are just the right length so they don't droop on the ground. ;)

UPDATE: Within 2 weeks of purchase, one of the soles came partly unglued where the sole wraps around to the toes. Unfortunately, one can't walk with a flapping sole. ;) This problem was handled with some fabric glue. Within 4 months, these shoes were basically falling apart. Hence, I'm downgrading my review from 4 to 2 stars. Overall, I wouldn't buy these shoes again. If you feel bold, buy some fabric glue first. ;)

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

2Get what you pay for  Sep 14, 2009
By KDC "Fynack"
If you looking for some shoes to wear you cant beat the price. But for running its a bit lopsided and you feel like your on stilts. Almost like there isnt enough sole on the inside. I see myself spraining an ankle very easily on these and I was only on a treadmill. I had to go back to my old Nikes. I think if you have small feet its ok but if yours are wide these shoes wont support you much at all.

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