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Style # 86204
Dr. Scholl's Women's Jamie Sneaker Shoe

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Dr. Scholl's Women's Jamie Sneaker

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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?

Roberta asked: I bought a pr of gray Jennie's at Famous footwear when we were vacationing at Gulf Shores. I love them but my feet ache after wearing them during the day, like shopping etc. My feet get hot and sweaty and they don't seem to breathe enough. I bought the wide width but have NOT worn socks with them,, my question is: Should you wear footie type socks with them? Berta

  • Olivia: "I haven't experienced this problem. While they can get hot (depending on the weather), I find them quite comfortable. Wearing thin socks certainly helps with other shoes when I have the same issue. Why not give it a try? As for the discomfort, you could try a gel insert. On the whole, I love this shoe and purchased two pairs in different colors."
  • Rebecca: "I wouldn't recommend wearing these shoes without socks. I've worn these in hot weather with ankle socks and I haven't had a problem with sweating."
  • Kathleen: "I always wear footie socks with mine, I LOVE LOVE LOVE my shoes ( I have 6 pair)"
  • Jeanne: "I wear no show socks with mine. My feet don't ache after I wear them all day."
  • Anna: "I almost always wear some type of sock. I really like the ones that you can't see, they used to be called Peds. I also found there is not much arch support, that may be why your feet ached."