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Style # 06838
Propet Women's Travel Walker Suede

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Propet Women's Travel Walker Suede

$64.99   price may vary based on color
Give your feet the comfort they deserve in the Travel Walker Suede sneakers from Propet.
  • Suede upper in a casual sneaker style with a round toe
  • Bungee lace-up front with toggle lock
  • Perforated vamp detail
  • Padded tongue and collar
  • Textile lining, cushioning insole
  • Traction outsole, 1 inch heel


Ask a Question asked: Why did you choose this?

  • V: "I think that the color will be nice and they will be cool"
  • Debra: "For its color, appearance and what looks to be comfort."
  • Sherice: "REALLY LIKE my Brick suede Travel Walkers and wanted another color!"
  • Mary: "Loved the first pair so much, I had to have another in a different color"
  • Mary: "Customer reviews helped me to decide to try them out. I have arthritis and these sound like they may be very comfortable."
  • Therese: "The reviews were very positive, and many of those who purchased this style bought more than one pair."

Cindy asked: I imagine the bungee type cord will eventually lose its elactisity, do you think you could use a regular lace?

  • Kellie: "I have had my Travel Walkers for 16 months and the laces are still fine, but I see no reason why you couldn't swap a standard lace in if you wanted to. The eyelets would certainly accommodate either style."
  • Dorothy: "You might be able to but I don't believe it would look or feel the same. I have found that once you get the right fit for the shoe you don't have to adjust it too often. And they are very comfortable. Hope this helps."
  • Gail: "I don't see why you couldn't use a regular lace. I never gave that a thought but I sure don't see it as a problem in the near future. I don't even need to bother with the cord to put them on or take them off. They sure are comfy though!!"
  • LYNN: "you probably could, but the bungee lace is pretty nice and seems like it will hold up well."
  • Dorothy L: "I would think that you could certainly use regular laces. I agree that the elastic may weaken over time."