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Customer Ecco Reviews (9)
by LAURA ABBOTT - written on 22/04/13
|I bought ladies casual Ecco shoes with a velcro fastening in November 2011 after having trouble with disintegrating soles on Hotter shoes. The shoes cost £79.99, they appeared to be sturdy shoes. Very soon the velcro fastenings stopped working and now after owning them for 17months the soles have disintegrated and are now useless. I have quite a few other Ecco shoes in my shoe cupboard but they are quite a bit older and still in wearable candition. Having read reports of many compaints from other customers of sub-standard soles on Ecco shoes since before 2008 I do believe that Ecco is deliberately selling shoes with inferior soles to increase sales.
by - written on 04/01/12 (Useful, 23 readings)
I have enjoyed wearing Ecco shoes for some 3 years now and have not encountered any problems with them! A danish company founded in 1963 the sales advisors always explain that the purpose of Ecco aheks is that thy are shoes built around the shape of your foot and Not the hoer way around. I have 2 pairs of trainers from them which are AMAZINGLY comfortable and a pair of boots which I have to say for heels (which I can't wear too often as they cripple my toes) that I've had about year and when I wear them I've worn them all night with No pain! The best feature about Ecco is that their shoes are all 100% leather and so when a pair of boots are £150 I am happy to pay ... Read the complete review
by Mark Horridge - written on 20/12/10
So many people have bought Ecco shoes, worn them only a little, and then discoveredthat the soles just disintegrate while walking. Just Google "Ecco soles fall apart", you will learn all about it.Ecco just pretend there is no problem. You are gambling indeed if you buy Ecco !
by meditek - written on 29/03/08
My Ecco Comfort soles disintegrated today. The material around ECCO on the sole has turned to a brownish pap with a large hole in both. I've worn them probably 30-40 times and the soles were not even worn but they were probably about 3 years old. See similar problems link below.Unfortunately, I live in the UK and bought them in the USA so haven't a hope in hell of getting anyone here to listen. I must assume that they are made to European green policy biodegradable standards that ensure you keep the economy going by buying frequently. Europe is a haven of greed hiding under such legistlation.http://honeypot.net/my-ecco-shoes-are-junk#comment-122
by Larry Simpson - written on 09/03/08
I am writing to tell you how disappointed I have been in the quality of Ecco and Clark shoes. The soles just fall apart. Often leaving me in a precarious and even hazardous position.Therefore I'm forced not to purchase your shoes, even though I like them. I believe it is a problem with your materials used on the rubber soles. I am sorry. I am forced to buy your competitors products even if at a higher price point. Mephistos don't have this problem.I am hoping these company's will do something to correct this problem.It's happened on every pair whether worn or not. They disintegrate. Some sooner then others. A disappointed customer