Who should buy the Saucony Echelon Walker 3

The Saucony Echelon Walker 3 is suitable for:

  • Men and women who need all-day comfort
  • Individuals who require arch support
  • People who prefer a walking shoe with a chunky design and semi-formal leather exterior

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Saucony Echelon Walker 3 lets you be on your feet comfortably for various occasions

If you're into dad-sneaker-looking walking shoes like the New Balance 990 and have foot issues that hinder you from being on your feet, the Echelon Walker 3 might be the one you're after.

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Pain-free arch section

Many individuals find that the Saucony Echelon Walker 3 soothes discomfort associated with various foot conditions, thanks to its excellent arch support.

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Sustained stability and comfort

This model highlights feel-good, supportive cushioning, and stable strides for all-day wear. 

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Wearers love how they can be on their feet all day in this shoe.

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Space for everyone

It comes in several width options to accommodate a wide range of foot shapes and needs.

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Quality and style in one

When it comes to quality, walking enthusiasts swear by its premium materials. It also didn't fall short of style. Some owners think it looks more appealing than most leather walking shoes.

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Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 13.9oz / Women 12.5oz
Arch support: Neutral
Use: City
Closure: Lace-up
Material: Leather upper
Features: Cushioned
Condition: Plantar fasciitis

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