ECCO Track II Low Moc Bison Nubuck 01944-741 (Men's)
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ECCO Track II Low Moc Bison Nubuck 01944-741 (Men's)

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Many guys dream of marching forest trails and traversing glaciers up Mt. McKinley. But the reality is that most of us need a boot that keeps our feet warm and dry when we step into a slushy supermarket parking lot. The ECCO Track II Moc can handle any urban assault known to man with it's Gore-Tex lining, full-grain leather, and durable polyurethane soles. Next February when you're hunting for a midnight pint of Haagen-Daz, you'll be thankful wearing your Track II boots across that frozen parking lot.
ECCO Track II Low Moc Bison Nubuck 01944-741 (Men's)
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ECCO Track II Low Moc Bison Nubuck 01944-741 (Men's)
average rating 60%
Low Moc II
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It's a very nice shoe. I got them for working 12 hour shifts on film sets which usually shoot on concrete floors. These shoes are not the panacea I was looking for. Before this, I had the Ecco Biom C Crosstrainers which are discontinued. The Biom C's are the best shoes I have ever had for comfort on cement floors. These Low Moc II's are okay. I think they are better for walking on a variety of surfaces and do not excel on cement. Perhaps an insole will help. We'll see.
ECCO Track II Low Moc Bison Nubuck 01944-741 (Men's)
average rating 100%
comfortable all day
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I walk 5-10 miles at work on concrete, 12-13 hour days. These are the best all day comfort shoes I have found.
 
All over the world, ECCO is known as a long-lasting brand. Quality and perfection are what make the shoes famous. The ECCO marketing plan is simple. Try them and you'll buy them. Think about it. A full-page ad in GQ magazine or a million dollar NBA player endorsement won't make the shoes more comfortable. And with Ecco's sales skyrocketing since 1991, it seems to be working quite well for them!