That's what I'm now finding about Skechers, having bought several pairs. There's no support and in my case led to painful heel problems which I've never had before. All the QVC talk is about flexibility, comfort - grant you they have both of those things - but nothing about support, which is vital.Birkenstocks are the real deal for me. But I wish I could also get on with their closed shoes and clogs. I haven't found anything my feet are happier in than my Birks.
I think Skechers may have run their course for me, sadly. They just don't support my feet enough.
I find the models feet off putting. Whatever footwear they present, their feet never look 'right' in them. Some seem to wobble when presenting, others have awful toes, and most never seem to have the right size on; nearly all wouldn't inspire me to buy - whether its Skechers or Modal.
This tsv is something I'd wear around the hotel room and nowhere else.
(I see they are now telling you to 'downsize' on the slip on ballet style shoe. I think this was the past tsv that was returned in their thousands due to them being far too big. I ordered 2 pairs in my normal size and back they went. Total cock up by Vonda in not giving that advice when presenting.)
I'm the same. I couldn't get away with Birkis at all. I now have heel supports in all my Skechers, which helps a lot but I'd prefer it if the support was inbuilt.I tried Birkies in the past. I tromped around in the house for 2 days to “bed them in,” as they recommended, and I can safely say that they were the most uncomfortable shoes that I have ever worn so they went straight back. I’m a Skechers fan and have few pairs plus a pair of their boots, but I don’t like this TSV so am not buying it. Money saved.