Super flexible, comfortable, and lightweight. Perfect for travel.
These are a luxury shoe, with a price to match.
Buttery suede, now also in new colors, looks great on the feet. No “clown shoe” look like with some slip-ons.
The slight back caused friction on some users.
Rich perforated nubuck leather is lined for all day comfort. Gives good grip and cushioning.
Sizing is difficult — they run large, and many found they fell between sizes.
Classic style in lush velvet adds a casual elegance to a simple outfit.
Leather soles, but they are quite thin.
Sporty silhouette in suede or textile that has a dedicated fan following for comfort and style.
Some reports of the sole separating after a few months of wear.
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You can never have too many shoes — just ask Imelda Marcos. But even more than that, you can never have too many Vince shoes. The styling is modern yet classic and understated. The Vince brand started in 2002 and became known for well-priced cashmere hoodies and leather jackets. The shoe range is similarly casual yet aspirational, and the Vince range of buttery soft suede, nubuck and textile sneakers have become a fashion statement all their own. Fans are quick to point out their long-lasting looks, comfort and urban chic style as well as their versatility. The velvet Bray slippers-come-loafers are equally comfy and look great with jeans.
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