ECCO Jogga Textile Sneaker
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A retro soft suede and fabric constructed with contrast stitching and lacing for a sporty twist on a modern classic. Superbly balanced injected sole designed for lightness and durability. Built with a textile lining to provide a climate controlling environment to keep feet cool and dry. A modern yet, vintage summer sneaker. more...
A retro soft suede and fabric constructed with contrast stitching and lacing for a sporty twist on a modern classic. Superbly balanced injected sole designed for lightness and durability. Built with a textile lining to provide a climate controlling environment to keep feet cool and dry. A modern yet, vintage summer sneaker.
- A modern sneaker with a vintage look
- Uppers made of leather and textile with a washed effect
- Textile lining
- Removable leather covered inlay sole with ECCO Comfort Fibre System (ECFS)
- Direct injected, two component PU/TPU sole
- ECFS increases air circulation for perfect inner climate
- Hard wearing, light and flexible
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Cushions Impact
- Good Arch Support
- Durability questionable
- Not Breathable
- Poor Traction
- Casual Wear
Comments about ECCO Jogga Textile Sneaker:
This will sound oddly specific, but I bought these shoes to play drums in. They have s streamlined fit and they have almost no tread. I listed the latter as a con, but for me it's actually a pro. They do a good job for what I need. They also have the typical polyurethane comfort that you expect in an Ecco. Great for standing around... and as a musician, you actually do a lot of standing around at gigs when it's not your turn to play. I have had 2 pairs. The first one had what I'm hoping is an anomalous defect in the midsole. The second pair seems ok. The only real downside to these is that they aren't full leather. Ecco leather breathes quite well, but their textiles are nearly airtight. These shoes are mostly textile. I would guess nylon. It's not so good for wicking away moisture. These shoes need to be dried out after each wear on a boot drier. None of my leather excise have that problem. Maybe they should stick to making leather shoes.
- Feels true to size
- Feels true to width