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Men's Comfort Mocs®, Leather
Item #: CA257064
We've improved our customer-favorite leather moccasin sneakers, making them slimmer, trimmer and even more comfortable.
Size & Fit
- Fit best with midweight socks.
- Water- and stain-resistant full-grain leather upper.
- Added cushioning for more comfort.
- Light, flexible athletic shoe-like EVA cushioning in the midsole.
- Anatomically designed EVA sock liner.
- Durable rubber outsole.
Men's Comfort Mocs®, Leather is rated out of 5 by 238.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1oldguy from squeaky shoes I do love these shoes, these are my third pair and I bought another after this pair. The first two pairs are used but not really falling apart. I live in MI and the sloppy winters wear on shoes, threads wear out and holes show up. These shoes are 5 years old and not falling apart, they get stretched and I wear them camping now but they are still a good shoe that holds out the elements and while the bottom wears, it does not wear out my only complaint on the new ones is that they squeak constantly when walking indoors, not something the old ones did, they must have changed something so that is why I only gave them 4 stars
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by Montani from Not nearly as comfortable as my other shoes The fit on these shoes is not correct. My left shoe is shorter on the outside edge of the toe. They are not nearly as comfortable or as right sized as my L.L. Bean Rugged Ridge slip on shoes. My toes are crowded in these shoes while the same size in Rugged Ridge style were wonderful in fit and comfort. They don't carry those anymore or that is what I would have purchased. I loved those. I will try these a couple days and see if they stretch enough to keep, but I do not believe they will. I'm very disappointed in the size and comfort of these shoes.
Date published: 2017-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by jscott228 from Comfort Mocs I liked the 1st pair so much I bought a 2nd pair after the tread wore away from both soles and the sole on the right shoe separated from the leather upper. Took 3 years to do so but I'm hard on shoes. I use the slip-ons for the hard concrete floors in my woodworking shop and doing chores around the property. These shoes handle a variety of conditions but what I like best is the traction on wet surfaces like when I snow throw the driveway or walk on a wet grass embankment. The fit is narrow at first but after break-in, they fit fine. Looking forward to another 3 years of use.
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by desertdawg from Well made These are the first slip-on shoes I have bought since the '60s when penny loafers were the rage. I got them because arthritis makes tying shoes difficult. They slip on well, seem well made, and look okay for a slip-on. I don't feel they make me look even older than I am... I had to exchange, as 10 1/2 which is my usual size, was too large. And not just because it was a slip-on, it was just too roomy in toe. Size 10 fit perfectly. I got the brown, which was close to what was shown in the online catalog.
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by kelmac from Too narrow This was to be my fourth pair of Comfort Mocs, the next newest being worn daily for over four years and starting to fall apart. I was looking forward to a new pair, and due to a sale, upgraded to the leather version. In the last 4 years, the construction has changed, and they've become narrower in the process. I've bought shoes from LL Bean because the fit was always consistent, and the quality good. That said, this will be my last shoe purchase from LLB, at least under the Bean brand. One shoe went on with a struggle, but the other wouldn't go. The leather looked good but felt thin and perhaps fragile. Returned pending refund.
Date published: 2019-01-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ooch from Poor style change My husband has been purchasing this shoe in the same size for many years and was always happy with the fit, wear and comfort. But there must have been some change to the manufacturing of this slip-on shoe because the opening for his foot to "slip in" was much narrower and so tight he couldn't even get his foot in. He has a narrow foot and could not even get it past his instep. When he was finally able to get it on, is was so tight he couldn't move his toes. He was very disappointed and we returned them right away, I had to go to another vendor to find him a similar shoe. A real shame after enjoying this shoe for many, many years.
Date published: 2020-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by NorMich from Good transitional shoes This is my third pair of these shoes. The others were suede, and this pair is leather, but the fit is the same. I like these for several reasons: they're easy to slip on and off; as the name says, they're comfortable, and; even without extra insulation, they're warm. I consider these my transitional shoes, for when the weather isn't hot or cold, but for all those in-between days. I work on carpentry projects in a barn, and these are great for keeping my feet cushioned and warm on a cold concrete floor. The shoes seem well made. I'll be happy if they hold up as well as my other two pairs, each of which lasted several years. Also, they're dressier than work shoes, so you can wear them just about anywhere.
Date published: 2018-03-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by OldSchool from May Seem Overly Snug at First Just to let people know, when you buy these, you may think they are too snug. They WILL stretch out in not too long a time. I ordered a number of pair when I first ordered them and kept the ones that fit "perfectly". They then stretched and were too big. I knew better the next time. Another advantage of a snug to start pair is that your foot is less likely to slide forward since these are not laced. I like mine and will order them again. They're especially useful for early morning dog walking or trips to the mail box. I also "tuned down" the cushioning with some after market support insoles.
Date published: 2017-01-27