Verdict from 8.4 hours of research from the internet

5 reasons to buy

  • Style: Almost everyone who bought the Vionic Lenor finds it appealing.
  • Comfiness: Based on numerous reports, this walking shoe rates high in the comfort department.
  • Support: The Lenora provides excellent support and, in turn, alleviates pain, according to many users.
  • Light: It feels lighter than expected, a couple of people claim.
  • Several pairs: Some individuals like the shoe so much that they bought numerous pairs.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Heel slip: Many users mention that when the insoles are installed, the heel becomes too low, which causes heel slippage and then blisters.
  • Eyelet: A couple of wearers gripe about the fact that the top-most eyelets don't have metal reinforcements, making lace tightening a bit difficult.

Bottom line

Displaying a sporty casual look, the Vionic Lenora is one of many walking shoes that bridge the gap between orthopedic shoes and every day sneakers. The shoe's mesh upper provides excellent airflow while the combination of the insole and the outsole yield adequate comfort for all-day comfort.

If users can get past the issues reported or find that, contrary to the reports, it works for them, then this Vionic walking shoe could be for keeps.

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How Lenora compares

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