Tie together all of your casual looks with the women’s ABEO Elda lace up sneaker. The premium leather upper features a lace up closure for a secure and personalized fit. The flexible and lightweight molded EVA midsole delivers heel-to-toe comfort, while the durable rubber outsole provides enhanced traction and shock absorption. The Elda also includes the ABEO 3D³ CORE Casual Orthotic custom fit to your feet using advanced digital scan technology for incredible all-day support and comfort.
- Includes the ABEO 3D³ CORE Casual Orthotic ($49.95 value) for customized support.
- Premium leather upper features a lace up closure for a secure fit.
- Textile lining for breathable comfort.
- Flexible and lightweight molded EVA midsole delivers superior comfort.
- Durable rubber outsole provides enhanced traction and shock absorption.
- Heel Height: 1 inch
Not well made
Bought these with 2 other pairs, using store credit of $149.95, spent over $350.00. Wanted to return these and Walking Co told me these boots for $83.16 would go back on a store credit because they had been bought with the store credit, didn't matter I had also bought two other pairs for over $200, I would still get another store credit.. Bad business model. Will use credit in store (no more online) and never shop with Walking Co again. Buyer Beware with these people!
Comfortable with a “Payless” leather look
The shoes are very comfortable but they look very cheap and I don’t feel they’re worth $60 and especially not the $99 I paid for them.
Got these on sale so I’m keeping them but they are surprisingly roomy, more so than my Abeo sneakers. I need to wear heavy socks or put in an additional insert in order to wear them. The photo shows a flattering angle of these shoes, they aren’t so cute in person.
Best boot ever, Have worn almost daily since I got them. Have never hurt a bit .
not for me
I wanted to love these cute boots, but the minute I put them on these started hurting my feet. The insoles didn't feel like they had the normal high arch, and the ball and top of my foot started hurting. I believe it is because for me, they are too tight all around. Too bad.