"Those are in fact ECCO golf shoes. After some scouring, I found the model on Amazon:
...although I would think that the mock cleats on the bottom would be uncomfortable for everyday wear on pavement."
"I've worn New Balance, Adidas, and Rebok in the past and they have several (non-neon) colors that can be worn for every-day wear. For this go-round I wanted a pair of cross-trainers that had something similar to running spikes on the sole and I…"
"I guess you could say I was calling myself an old man since I was the one seeking those type of shoes. My boys just got some new shoes and they chose blue ones; it was a bright royal blue color but it is difficult to make blue a neon color unless…"
"Kindly allow me to withdraw my "dorky" comment. To rephrase, I am looking for a non-bulky, non-running shoe, non-cross trainer casual "sneaker" to wear with jeans and a sweatshirt. Something that is comfortable but not as…"
"Hey, who are you calling an old man?
Actually I quite agree with your assessment of the state of the shoes. The only shoes I found for the gym are brilliant blue (neon if you would) but they fit and support where I need them to. I do wear them with…"
"What could be more casual than sneakers and jeans? Really what are you going for here?
There are no "sneakers", there are tennis shoes, trainers, running shoes, basketball shoes, and probably others but "sneakers" is a generic…"
"I think tennis shoes can go with jeans but they are hard to find.
No neon white shoes.
No neon orange, green, yellow
No black shoes
You want something basic and toned down. Think gray with a bit of blue or black.
The problem is they don't…"
"Okay so it is not too dressy it is an issue of not dressed for the occasion, now I understand.
For support you may just need to change your insole. That should cover going for a walk.
As to out door activities you may need lace up sport shoes…"
"Will give you an example of both form and function. I wear a pair of casual Sperry Penny Loafers but I think they are a bit too dressy when I'm wearing jeans and a sweatshirt and although they have a great rubber sole, they are not adequate for…"
"Just stop in your defense of Nokia. It's silly and rather embarrassing for you. GSM and LTE are standards, both with underlying American technology. The GSM standard was the product of a multinational European committee. …"
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"As a doctor in Europe I can tell you that most doctors here (or anywhere) would chose to work in the USA if given the choice. People can talk about it being due to higher salaries or whatever. My point is that as an industry the USA healthcare has…"
"Honestly man, I got better "care" from German doctors that I was sent to when I was stationed there, than I ever have from US docs.
And Nokia is still one of the "leaders" in tech and communication industries. They…"
"Finland has Nokia. So what. Canada has blackberry. I'd trade both for either Apple or Microsoft. Look at Forbes global 500. The USA has over 120 of them. All of Scandinavia combined don't even have one."