Verdict from 100+ user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • A majority of the reviewers stated that the Propet One LT was very comfortable for everyday walking and gym use.
  • Many consumers liked its sporty style.
  • The product fit perfectly, said numerous people.
  • A lot of shoppers considered this pair of workout shoes to be affordable.
  • The lightweight and breathable nature of the footwear impressed multiple owners.
  • Several testers were satisfied with the support they get when wearing this trainer.
  • Some users commended the durability of the outsole.
  • The double removable insoles were a pleasant feature for a few wearers because removing them allowed the use of custom orthotics.

4 reasons not to buy

  • The mesh upper of the Propet One LT was not durable as it developed rips after only a few months of use, according to several folks.
  • A handful of critics were dissatisfied with the insoles because they lacked cushioning.
  • The width was confusing for some buyers; the Medium was too roomy while the Wide was too narrow.
  • A couple of individuals complained that this model did not offer any arch or ankle support.

Bottom line

The Propet One LT was well-received because of how comfortable and lightweight it was to wear. It was also considered stylish, worth the price, and supportive. However, there were complaints that the mesh ripped after only a few months of regular use. Other issues noted by the purchasers included the lack of arch and ankle support and the inconsistent width measurement. But overall, the One LT was highly recommended because of the comfort it provided.

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Good to know

  • Built with movement in mind, the Propet One LT features a precision knit mesh upper. This fabric is soft and lightweight which promotes foot mobility.
  • The ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) foam provides impact protection. On top of it, the removable double insoles not only enhance comfort but also aid in fit customization. As for the underside, it is protected by a layer of rubber which also delivers traction.

A training shoe made for men and women, the Propet One LT is available in US sizes 7 to 16 and 5 to 13, respectively, including half and full sizes in between. Wide workout shoes may not be easy to come by, but this model comes in 3E - X-Wide and 5E - X-Wide for men and D - Wide, 2E - X-Wide, and 4E - X-Wide for women, along with Medium for both. Women with slender feet can get this footgear in 2A - Narrow.

The underside of the Propet One LT employs a segmented rubber outsole. The material is sturdy, capable of withstanding training or walking on abrasive surfaces. The segmented layout promotes flexibility and provides traction on multiple surfaces.

The primary midsole of the Propet One LT is crafted from the EVA foam. This lightweight cushioning platform is designed to cushion impact and provide underfoot support.

Inside the trainer are two insoles wherein one or both can be removed for precision fit or to accommodate the use of custom orthotics. The bottom insole is made of memory foam that provides extra underfoot cushioning. The OrthoLite insole makes up the top layer which has an open-cell construction for aeration and covered with an antimicrobial fabric that deters bad odors.

The top of the Propet One LT employs precision knit mesh. This seamless fabric ensures that there are no seams that could irritate the foot and it is also breathable to keep the interior fresh during workouts. Synthetic overlays are placed on the toe box, quarters, eyestay, and the heel. They protect the underlying material against abrasion and also maintain the structure of the upper.

The inside is lightly padded to keep the fit snug, especially at the heel to prevent accidental shoe removal while exercising. The smooth fabric lining makes it easy for the foot to slide in and out of the shoe.

A traditional lacing system is found at the midfoot. It helps users customize the fit and lock the foot down.

The Propet One LT is marketed as footwear made for diabetics. It bears the A5500 code which means that if you have severe diabetes, the cost of the trainer can be reimbursed.


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Nicholas Rizzo

Nick combines 10+ years of experience in the health and fitness industry and a background in the sciences in his role as the Fitness Research Director. During his competitive powerlifting years his PRs have him sitting in the top 2% of bench presses (395 lbs), top 3% of squats (485 lbs) and top 6% of deadlifts (515 lbs) for his weight and age. His work has been featured on, LiveStrong, Healthline, WebMD, WashingtonPost, and many more. Along the way, collaborating with industry leaders like Michael Yessis, Mark Rippetoe, Carlo Buzzichelli, Dave Tate, Ray Williams, and Joel Seedman.