MERIDIAN, IDAHO -- Would not recommend the men's casual shoes by Dr. Scholl's. In less than 6 months since purchase the entire bottom sole is failing. Separation due to bad - B A D - glue and very poor (if any) inspection on the assembly line. Since I do not wear the same shoes all the time, this black pair was actually worn less than 3 months. After reading all the horror stories of this brand, you can keep that "DR" abbreviation and stuff it in your shoe horn. Well, to be fair, only if the shoe fits, right?
Purchased pair of Dr. Scholl's sneakers. Do not ever buy these pieces of crap - I've owned these shoes for about a month, no cushion, arch support, not even made the same and the opposite shoes... And have tossed them in the trash - not even going to donated to a thrift store - would not want to subject another individual to this poorly made shoe.
CALIFORNIA -- I have purchased four or five Dr. Scholl's walking shoes in the past as they are a comfortable shoe and used them to use on my two mile walks four times a week. The first two were great and lasted about a year. That's when I decided to purchase a pair of black shoes for work (inside retail store). My first pair of work shoes lasted about six months then started unstitching on the upper body and the leather cracked open. I purchased my last pair three months ago and my whole right inside sole came apart.
I called Dr. Scholl's and was told that I would have to pay the shipping to get it back to them and would get a refund if they determined they were defective. I will never buy anymore of their crappy products again no matter how low of a sales price they have.
Do not purchase any Dr. Scholl's shoes. They are nothing but junk made in China. I have a pair of the black Scholl's walking high top shoes. The 'so called leather' on the top of these shoes is cracking apart. The inside of these cheap crappy shoes is also coming apart. Dr. Scholl's shoe company is not a good company to do business with. Do not buy any of their 'fall apart' boots or shoes. You are just wasting your money if you do!
CHINO, CALIFORNIA -- Purchased online (big mistake), sandals, a size bigger than usual. Received them to find out the straps do not reach over my foot to connect to the buckle end on the other side. Had to return product at my cost which turned out to be $15.00 for nothing. A no Sale and my cost to return them. Do not use their service unless you enjoy spending your hard earned money and get nothing back in return. Stay away from this company. Their policy is a total rip off bordering on a scam.
HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA -- I bought a pair of Dr. Scholl's version of Skechers Shape up/Toning shoes to help me tone up while I walking around the lake and sometimes shopping and working around the house. After less than a month I found I stated to have problems with "Leg drop" and then my back. At first I attributed it to my body adjusting to the change and working different muscles but I had to stop wearing them because problems only increased as time went on.
I no longer wear them but now have a back problem that has cost me a lot of money, pain, and sleepless nights. My chiropractor told me to throw them away because this style has caused many people physical troubles! Please beware that there are problems with this style of shoes made by Skechers and Dr. Scholl's before you buy and wear them.
I recently purchased a pair of Dr Scholl's shoes. I work long hours standing up. These shoes were a nice leather. They were made with gel insoles. The shoes cost more than I can afford to pay, but they were so comfortable, I bought them anyway. Exactly 1 month from the day I bought them, the heel on one shoe cracked open and split all the way through. I had a choice, of course, on which shoes to buy and I chose this brand because I thought they were still a high quality shoe. That is no longer my opinion, nor will I encourage others to buy. I am very disgusted and disappointed!
SILOAM, NORTH CAROLINA -- I bought these shoes at WalMart 2 months ago, and after 2 days my heel was bruised so bad. It was because the gel pads don't work and inside the shoe around the heel is a band that's 1/2 in high and 1/4 in wide that rubs against the heel causing a stone like bruise. There is numerous bad reviews on WalMart's site about this very shoe. I am compiling complaints from all over the web about this shoe and there is more complaints than you can count on 2 hands and feet. I e-mailed them and they just seem to brush it off. They won't brush it off when I get enough data and turn it over to my atty.
Maybe just maybe we can get a class action suit against a company that reportedly cares about feet and their products. It's a long time problem when companies aren't held accountable for their mistakes. Any company that will put profit over the well being of the people who put their trust in buying their products, should be heavily fined or banned from selling to the American public. Wake up America and let's put a stop to companies like this.
I have been wearing the same style of Dr Scholls shoes for some several years. All purchased at the same Walmart store. l need special 1/2 " soles put on these shoes. Cost is $60. Until now all has been 100% OK.. The shoes l bought 6 months ago have literally cracked in two like a match stick. (The sole that is).. Went back to Walmart. "Where is your receipt???" l lost it. "WE CANNOT HELP YOU." was their stern reply. l think Walmart could have at least held the shoe for the Sr Scholl's representative. The shoe was not worn out just "broken in half". Thanks.