25 Jan '13, 6pm

Tune Footwear Penny Loafer Review (via bdayshoes blogger @timkelleydotnet

Tune Footwear Penny Loafer Review (via bdayshoes blogger @timkelleydotnet

When first slipping them on, the area below the tongue across the top of the foot feels always feels a bit tight to me. This feeling quickly goes away after 30 seconds of walking in them. The toebox is plenty wide with lots of room to wiggle your toes. The soft rubber sole and supple leather upper allow for plenty of dorsiflexion. The heel cup fits well, doesn’t let your foot slide at all, and is especially comfortable on the Achilles tendon. It’s hard to explain in words, but there isn’t much structure to the loafers along the instep and outside of the foot between the heel and the tongue so the shoes appear to bow outwards. This isn’t actually an issue when you’re wearing the shoes, but it does seem to appear a bit odd when they’re off the foot (See

Full article: http://birthdayshoes.com/tune-footwear-penny-loafer-review

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