ROMA Suede Acciano Grey is made from vegetable-tanned leather, a natural rubber sole, and the premium comfort of our anti-microbial Carbon Step™ footbed that contours the anatomy of your foot to provide maximum support.
The best shoes I've ever had.
I love the way these look and the footbed is very comfortable, however there are a few issues that make me wear them less. The part of the shoe that touches the top of my foot is not flexible at all, and actually gives me blisters if I walk any more than a few blocks. The main disappointment is that I have never worn them in the rain, only maybe through dewy grass, and every tiny drop that has ever touched them has stained them permanently - so now I have spotted shoes. I’ll wear them around the neighborhood, but I can’t wear them to work or out anymore. If I had to do it over again, I guess I’d get the leather ones instead.
These are such comfortable slippers- true to size and no need to break in. The only issue is that, because they are suede, every errant dew drop stains them. Personally, that doesn’t bother me. I love them and highly recommend them.
I feel that it needs a more solid top right down to the toe and the part that covers the top of the foot would be more comfortable if it was a bit higher as it cuts a food my foot
Shoes undersize and zero response from customer service. Do not recommend.
Was dubious to buy off Instagram as most items disappoint however, these shoes are simply amazing. Once worn for a few times they stretch and contour your feet like a sock. I love them and have since ordered more.
They are very soft and I like the overall look very much, but as I have high arched feet it took some days to let those shoes adapt to my feet. I wish there was 5 mm more room at the top edge of the shoes then they would have been ideal from the first day.
Excellent and very comfortable. Came back as an exchange in Avery efficient manner... thank you. Will purchase again given the functionality of your online presence outlet from Europe to Australia. Appreciated. Diann Fountain