I wear this at work in a restaurant kitchen and also while bartending. This shoe is durable, does not track mud into the business (due to the smooth sole), does not slip and looks great. Here is the thing that situation which really proved the worth of the shoe to me: Yesterday, I was trying to make an airline connection in Detroit airport. My arriving flight was late and due to this, I was likely to miss my connecting flight if I were to take the airport tram or travel between concourses by walking. My only option was to run; full sprint. And run I did — 3/4 of a mile between concourses with a small backpack on. Later while thinking about the run, I realized that I had run a full sprint in these Diehards — they never held me back. They felt like a running shoe. I am buying a second pair
I have been buying these shoes over 25 yrs. You must have change companies because these shoe are junk there is no arch in them anymore and miss sized very disappointed in the product. I will never buy them again.
I’ve been buying this workshop for about 25 years . Very reasonably priced, comfortable & a pair last me about 2-3 years in a tough environment. I was so glad to find them online.
Great fit & price. You would have received a five star rating if you didn’t leave the electronic tag on the shoe.
I have been a fan of the Sears Diehard wedge sole boots and Oxford shoes for several years. I am a teacher who is on my feet all day long and the supportive wedge sole and steel shank helped alleviate the problem I had been having with foot pain before that.
I picked up a pair of these black diehard work shoes to wear with suits and other times when needed. I was not sure how they would compare to the wedge sole shoes in comfort, but they seem exactly the same to my feet, which is great! While they don’t look as dressy as the Rockports I usually wear with my suits, my feet feel so much better that these are the only black shoe I wear now. Life is too short to wear shoes that hurt.