Dr. Scholl's Women's Destiny Work Lace-up Shoe, Wide Width
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Try Dr. Scholl's Women's Destiny Work Lace-Up Shoe as the soles you bring to work with you. They offer extra comfort for your heels and lower back. Dr. Scholl's wide width women's work shoe is sturdy and will help support and keep you moving.
Dr. Scholl's Women's Destiny Work Lace-up Shoe, Wide Width:
- Accommodates extra wide feet
- Dr. Scholl's women's shoe
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- I answered the question about whether these shoes leave shoe prints when wet (they do!) and thought I might as well answer this one too. Non-slip tread relies on a special rubber as well as a grid pattern on the sole. The sharp edges of the grid squares grip on what you tread on, and the small spaces between them shed water quickly. The Destiny has patterns of deeper grooves on the sole to shed water more quickly, and also provide spaces for when you walk on things that aren't just water--for food service this would be mostly food items, of course. When I wear them I don't hesitate to step in or on anything in my path. When coming into the store on a wet day I just walk past the carpet at the door--I know that even when my soles are wet they won't slip on the floor. The produce area often has wet spots, and I don't concern myself with them. But also in the produce department are dropped fruits and vegetables. I don't step on bigger items like apples and peaches and bananas, but if it will fit under my sole I will simply walk over it, and I always keep my footing. If I see it I may give a slight twist--I have found that doing that will settle my sole to the floor and make it grip better, as it pushes the fruit into the grooves in the grid. The cushioned soles of the shoes mean that I don't feel the smaller items such as blueberries and lettuce. But something larger like a strawberry is definitely noticeable as it crushes into the tread. Note that the treads on these are a bit hard, not soft like regular sneakers, so they make a bit of a thunk noise when you set your heel down. The hardness also guarantees that items are mashed fully into the grid for the best traction. If I see bigger fruit that has already been stepped on, such as a mashed banana, I will also walk over it to feel the traction. At other places in the store there are also sometimes things that get walked through. If someone has spilled coffee, or dropped a drink, it is no problem to just walk through the wet spot. Other things that I have walked on without a problem--dropped fries, which despite being greasy, just squish under me; chicken tenders also crush under the hard grid sole; and recently someone dropped a pint of yogurt. A person in front of me slipped on it a bit, so I tried my luck and had no problem at all, despite it being a big mess that was larger than my sole. I just walked in it and walked on, no slipping! One thing to note about these soles--they are impossible to clean, unless you want to use a toothpick in all the detailed grid lines. Some of what you walk on is going to stick in the sole, so if that bothers you I suggest you look for other shoes. It also means that you are going to track it behind you. Sometimes for a long time, depending on what it was you trod on. When I walk on a strawberry I leave a big wet red blotch, then a series of tread prints on the floor until it dries up a bit in the treads. This will often last through a couple of aisles of the store. The yogurt was quite noticeable too, as it was light colored on a darker floor and I left very distinct prints for 10 steps or so. They were blotchy at first, but then showed the deeper lines of the tread pattern, then the actual grid itself, before they faded. Fries and chicken leave shiny greasy marks, but not for too long. When I leave a full track, from water or something spilled (or the yogurt) I think it is a unique mark, with the oval shaped heel pattern with lines that curve through it, to the front sole pattern where the curved lines continue, but both also have cross lines to add interest to the marks.by Matt2/12/2016Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- no they are notby Sumerwind2/1/2016Was this answer helpful? (2) (7)Was this answer helpful?
- YESby LaMysticalLady2/12/2016Was this answer helpful? (3) (2)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes.by MultiCrafty2/12/2016Was this answer helpful? (4) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- yesby Consumer3362/12/2016Was this answer helpful? (3) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- yesby ogmom32/12/2016Was this answer helpful? (3) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- Yesby sunrise352/12/2016Was this answer helpful? (5) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- part leather, part man-made. there are so many pieces that frankly it is difficult to tell which is which.by Consumer3368/18/2015Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I call it "fleather"by ogmom38/18/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (2)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes, it is genuine leather.by sunrise354/3/2014Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- The box says "genuine leather".by Pestomaven11/24/2015Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Almost all shoes will leave shoeprints when they are wet. Non-slip soles like these will do it even more than most, as the spaces between the treads are tight and deep and hold water longer than most tread patterns. When I go into a store on a wet day I will notice my shoeprints after walking all the way to the back of the store as the wetness works its way out of the soles. On snowy days the snow gets packed into the treads and I find I leave tracks for an even longer time. The same is true of other things that aren't just water. When I walk on dropped fruit in the store it really sticks in the treads and stays there for a long time, tracking behind me throughout the store. In fact, after it stops tracking, if I walk on a carpeted area, or step on a dropped shirt, I find that it will track there too. Sometimes I help it along by giving a little twist when I am on the carpet (or shirt) to clean my sole a bit. I like the pattern of my Scholls and enjoy making tracks when I walk.by Matt2/5/2016Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I haven't noticed it leaving any kind of print. I am also a kitchen worker and really like these shoes.by dzilla2/5/2016Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- yes, they leave shoeprintsby bubbles12345678902/5/2016Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- They will leave a water mark but it is not permanent.by CommunityAnswer2/5/2016Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
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