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Style # 86201
Dr. Scholl's Women's Jamie Sneaker Shoe

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Dr. Scholl's Women's Jamie Sneaker

$62.99   price may vary based on color
Get back to basics in the playful, yet feminine Jamie sneakers from Dr. Scholl's(R).
  • Fabric, suede, or metallic coated twill upper in an athletic sneaker style
  • Free Step(TM) minimalist construction creates a natural foot strike
  • Lace-up front
  • Neoprene stretch collar
  • Seamless Dri-Lex(R) lining wicks moisture away
  • Aegis Microbe Shield(R) controls odor
  • Removable insole with Dr. Scholl's(R) Massaging Gel
  • Traction outsole

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FamousFootwear.com asked: Why did you choose this?

  • Farrah: "Looking for cute yet comfortable sneakers for work and based on the good reviews I chose this item."
  • Michelle: "comfort for work"
  • Casie: "Want to lose weight...starting to walk for exercise and need a pair of shoes that will be comfortable."

Laura asked: Is the ivory shoe a corduroy? And what type of fabric is the white shoe? Lastly, are any of these sparkly?

  • Mary Arden: "I don't have the ivory, but the other two pairs (gray and black/pink) are canvas material. These shoes are soooo comfortable."
  • Sally: "No it is very nice fabric, Shoe is very comfortable. I don't have the white pair. These are not sparkly.. Wonderful shoe. I have all kinds of Dr. Scholls' shoes and sandals all of which are very comfortable and stylish. In fact they are the only ones I wear."
  • Nancy: "I bought the black ones and they are like a canvas...on line they say "twill" but I think it's the same fabric most tennis shoes are made from. Mine were trimmed with white and hot pink, and nothing is sparkly. Hope this helps, but I really don't know about the ivory or white shoes."
  • Dianne: "I purchased these in white however, they are more of an off white. The material is canvas and not cordoroudy. They are really comfortable. I hope this helps."