Paul Green Dory Shoes

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(4.9 out of 5)
Based on 3 Reviews

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If you are in search of luxurious look and feel, then this style from Paul Green square bicycle toe loafer is the right choice for you. Its weight is just 9 oz for a size 7. Rubber outsole prevents slipping. Instep and arch support are featured in leather insole. It features supple leather upper having suede accent on the toe for visual appeal. Leather lining offers added comfort. Heel height is 1 1/4″


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Dory Shoes, 4.9 out of 5 based on 3 ratings

3 Reviews

  1. Thelma says:

    These have become me favorite shoe, I have more than 13 pairs currently, but I mostly pick these when I open my closet. They fit to your feet like a glove, talk about comfort, you won’t feel if you are wearing them, they have superb arch support. This is definitely a flat with class. The price is a little higher, but you get what you pay for.
    I normally wear 11 Med, but that was was not currently available at store, so I ordered 10-1/2 to try, as the return shipping was free, and it fits great.

  2. Qiana says:

    A flat with its own class, they look lovely when worn with jeans, I like its loafer style a lot. Paul Green Dory is pretty comfortable as well. Recommend them!

  3. Matilda says:

    I purchased a pair of Paul Green Eva shoes at Fenwicks on New Bond Street on London 12 April 2011 for £150. I have worn them a total of two times but am unable to wear them any further as, when I walk in them, air is expelled from the sole in the left shoe leading to a loud squelching sound.

    I took the shoes back to Fenwicks to return them. Having explained the problem, the Paul Green concessionnaire at Fenwicks, Kurt Geiger contacted their head office customer services department who have declined to assist at all. They “do not see a problem” with the shoes. I have explained to them that I have worn the shoes on only two occasions and attempted the second use in order to see if the squelching problem would disappear of its own accord. It did not.

    I do not wish to wear shoes that squelch like novelty children’s footwear and am therefore writing in order to air my complaint and bring it in their attention in order that we may rectify the issue. Please advise me as to how to proceed as the shoes are unfortunately not fit for purpose.