It is our responsibility to vote. It is our responsibility to let our elected officials know our expectations. If you don't vote, do you have the right to complain about the job performance of your elected local, state, and national officials?
PEOPLE's Editorial Director Jess Cagle recently used his Editor's Letter to address gun violence in America. He plea was for progress on this epidemic. PEOPLE also provided contact information for all 535 voting members of the House and Senate. Well done.
As editorial director at People, Jess could reach a large audience with the magazine. Think about what tools you have and the audience you can reach to bring awareness to issues that matter to you. How can you use them to take a STAND FOR PROGRESS?
For women, this model runs small. Please order up 1/2 size from your regular size.
For men, this model runs true to size. If you regularly fall between sizes (for example - sometimes a M-9, sometimes a M-9.5) we recommend you order the larger of the two sizes.
For men or women,
- WIDTH: Our shoes run narrow to average in terms of width. If you typically search out and purchase footwear that has a WIDE fit, we're probably not the best shoe for you.
- ARCH SUPPORT: If you seek our product with significant arch support or wish to use your own orthotic, we're not the right shoe for you.
Fitting is personal. That's why we offer free shipping and returns to make sure you get the size that works best for you.
Gender differences on important anatomical features do exist, so we do not offer unisex sizing. Our men's and women's shoes are built on unique forms to accommodate those differences.
For a given length or size, the women's shoes will fit slightly narrower and with a smaller instep height in comparison to men's.
For example: A M-8 will be the same length as a W-9.5 (Men's Size + 1.5 = Women's Size), but the shoes will fit differently. The W-9.5 will be slightly more narrow and have a slightly lower instep.