Rated 5 out of 5Â by ATJr My job requires me to walk outside in all types of weather in New England and I average 7 miles a day on mostly cement and blacktop sidewalks and streets. These are the most comfortable and durable work shoes I have ever owned. They grip the ground very well and are excellent on slippery surfaces. I am surprised how little wear the soles show after one and a half years of walking on the job. Do the math and you can see how many miles I have walked in them. I am buying a new pair now before my old pair starts to wear out and before they discontinue this style which I hope they don't. They look professional and stylish at the same time. These shoes are definitely worth buying.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by walker101 comfortable when new, but falls apart rapidly
I walk along city streets about 2 miles per day, 4 days a week. The last 4 pairs of DMX MAX walking shoes that I bought have fallen apart after a few months. There is a serious quality control issue. The shoes are very comfortable when new, but don't last. The air bladders are the first to go, then the uppers come about from the bottoms. Poor quality.
Buying them for $20 a pair at the factory outlet made it tolerable, but they are now dramatically over-priced. They're really worth about $20 per pair.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by LADave They're JUNK! Air chambers leak
I have been wearing these shoes for some time. I bought 4 more pairs a couple of months ago at a REEBOK store, (when I find something I like, I stock up!) and within one week out of the box the air chambers had cratered in the shoes. I got another pair out of the box and they only lasted about 10 days (3 wearings!) before the bottoms caved in. It's like stepping in a hole with every step. VERY POOR QUALITY! My previous ones all eventually went "flat" but it usually took 4 or 5 months. Not a week. I'm on the third pair and they're already losing their bounce.
I don't weigh 400 lbs, and I don't walk on cut glass and nails. So sad that quality control has just gone out the window.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by KenEsq Quality slipping
The last two times I bought these shoes the air bladder inside popped very quickly and it sounded like I was walking on Whoopee cushions. They're also much lower quality then they once were. Just not a good buy any longer.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by coloradogil My back and feet love them. Jusy wish that they would make them last longer.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Allen55 These are my favorite shoes, unfortunately I can only find them on line and they seem to cost a bit more than when I bought them in the stores!
Rated 4 out of 5Â by rabbit Good Product-improve with quality velcrow straps
For Seniors age customers a shoe with 2 quality velcrow straps instead of hard to reach laces would be desirable and much easier to tighten, loosen and remove.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Kpssahil DMX MAX Shoes review
Product is good. DMX MAX
For knee and lower back pain relief.
More formal colours such as full black to be added.
Should be designed with better grip bottom so as to avoid slipping in rainy season.
Rated 3 out of 5Â by randoll The toe is too pointed.
This is a very nice shoe... however, when a person orders a wide or extra wide it is for a specific purpose. The toe on these shoes narrows to a point which completely takes away from the reason we order a wide or extra wide. It squishes the toes together and is very uncomfortable when walking in them.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Beanhead Most Comfortable Shoe Ever...Poor Durability
I work in food service. Shoe is super comfortable especially with long days and thousands of steps, but they fall apart at 120 days (4 months).