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- The Propet Connelly is a pair of sturdy walking shoes designed for men. The upper is made of suede to deliver a supportive structure that holds the foot while the mesh panel allows the interior to remain fresh.
- The midsole is crafted from ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) foam which is lightweight and durable. Inside the footgear are double insoles. These two removable layers of foam provide comfort, support and help customize the fit.
- As for the outsole, it is made of tough rubber that can endure abrasion. It also has flex grooves that promote flexibility and tread patterns that add traction.
The Propet Connelly is a walking shoe made for men and is available in US sizes 7 to 15, including half and full sizes in between. It accommodates various foot widths as it can be obtained in D - Medium, as well as in 3E - X-Wide and 5E - X-Wide, if men’s wide walking shoes are needed.
A layer of rubber protects the underside of the Propet Connelly. This compound is crafted to be hardwearing, plus the tread pattern on it promotes multi-directional traction. Flex grooves are present at the forefoot which help in the natural forward movement of the foot.
The Propet Connelly features several layers of foam for impact protection. The primary midsole uses EVA foam which is a lightweight and durable compound.
Two removable insoles are found inside this model. The OrthoLite makes up the top layer and it features an open cell construction that promotes a cooler and drier in-shoe experience. It is lined with Dri-Lex, a fabric with antimicrobial properties that prevent odor formation. As for the bottom insole, it is a memory foam that adds volume for better underfoot comfort.
The Propet Connelly employs a suede leather upper with mesh panels. The suede material provides structure and support to keep the foot securely in place while the mesh ventilates the foot chamber.
This trainer utilizes a traditional lacing system for fit adjustments. It has padded tongue and collar which provide a snug fit. At the back, a heel tab aids in quickly pulling up the shoe.
The Propet Connelly bears the A5500 mark. Under the Therapeutic Shoe Bill, footwear with the A5500 code is up for reimbursement for buyers with severe diabetes.