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Women's Roma
$58.99 $129.95 you save 55%
1 reviews
Women's Roma
$58.99 $129.95 you save 55%
Color: Black/Black Stretch
  • $50.97 $159.95 you save 68%

Product & Brand Information

Walking is a pure pleasure in the Drew Roma sneaker, a sporty style designed to surround your foot in support and plush comfort. This therapeutic women's lace-up walking shoe boasts a full grain leather upper and is lined in soft fabric. The comfortable Ultron® insole can be removed and replaced with a prescription orthotic, if desired. A stable steel shank and firm heel counter provide bottom and lateral support for a steady stride, while the extended medial heel stabilizer moves you forward in security. The Drew Roma walking sneaker is an excellent choice for addressing the needs of a wide range of foot ailments.
Style Number: 10201-99
Recommended by doctors for diabetes, arthritis, and foot pain, Drew women's shoes, sandals, pumps and ankle boots offer comfort and support—backed by over 135 years of research.

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Akron, OH
So Disappointed
Faulty Feet
Akron, OH
11/7/2013

Once again, Drew shoes are a big disappointment. I have so much trouble finding shoes to both accomodate orthotics and provide support for my badly over pronating feet and am so tired of wearing ugly white leather sneakers that, despite previous issues with Drew shoes, I purchased them. They are uncomfortable in every way. They are the right size but still so roomy I need to wear extremely thick socks. Even so, like other Drew shoes, they ride up and down and chafe the back of my right foot. I have tried leaving the extra insole in and taking it out. When I tighten the laces enough to make them fit better, it hurts the tops of my feet. I'm no longer hoping for attractive or stylish shoes, but why can't anyone put the technology of a New Balance 928 into a sturdy walking shoe?

Sizing:
Feels true to size
Width:
Feels true to width
Bottom line:
NO, I would not recommend this to a friend

11 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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