Rated 5 out of 5 by 4catstoo Beautiful, well-made classic
I just bought my third pair of these. They DO run narrow, unlike so many other shoes, and fit my feet like a glove, which is also how comfortable they are. If your feet are narrow, buy these before they're gone.
June 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by MJLB Comfort and great fit
These shoes are extremely comfortable and great for walking. They fit nicely.
June 7, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by ShoeLoverInTheCity Cut ridiculously narrow
Although the color was listed as SABLE which is defined as light brown, the picture looked gray. Customer Service told me the description for the color was between light brown and gray so even though I only was interested if they were gray I decided to give them a try. The color was just as shown. Yay! I was about to slip one on when I could not even get my foot half way in. BOO! They are cut ridiculously narrow. My foot is medium, (perhaps on the wider side of medium but definitely not wide) but that would possibly mean these should be snug, NOT so tight that I could not even get my toes passed the penny loafer strip. I am a size 11M and my mom is a 10N. I had her try them on and she said they were cut like a narrow but just a bit long for her but not by much. This means that these 11M shoes that were shipped were cut like a 10.5N. This is very atypical of LL Bean sizing. I was very disappointed with these shoes and returned them the very next day.
February 19, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by ladytiffany First Driving Moc's
This is the first pair of driving moccasins I've ever worn. They are comfortable to wear and comfortable to "drive" in too. I am a size 8 and they fit just fine. A little snug at first, which is normal, but stretched out perfectly and didn't have issues with blisters or uncomfortable rubbing to break them in either. I bought the Sable, which is a gray color. I love the color. I wore them a lot on a recent trip out of state. I flew on the plane in them, drove the rental car most of the time in them, and did a little walking in them. I do wish the bottom was fully covered with tread, as another review comments too, but perhaps true driving moc's are like this, I'm not sure. Living in Seattle, I was prepared not to wear them in the rain. Luckily, we've had a very dry Fall so far. I love these shoes. They're so easy to slip on when you need to do an errand and I feel stylish, instead of my go to flip-flops in the Fall. :)
October 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Snowyness lovely, stylish AND comfortable
Ever since minor foot surgery 5 years ago, I have had a great deal of trouble fining comfortable shoes. These shoes are comfortable and are good looking!! They look great with jeans, my denim skirt and leggings, black pants and I suspect they will look great with other items as well.
I have only had them for a week and a half, and they are already my "go to" shoes.
September 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by LittleRhodyinMD Like a glove
These suede driving mocs are perfect. Super comfy fit. Great staple in your shoe collection!
September 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by MsNiteOwl Wish it was full-length sole
For me, these shoes fit perfect, not tight anywhere. I wear 8.5 and they were true and very comfortable. They are very nice looking, but the issue for me was the piece of sole that was left out of the middle. I know that classic driving mocs only have nubs or tabs of rubber, but if Bean is going to deviate from the original by covering most of the bottom, why not cover the middle too so it won't get torn up when walking on pavement? They would still be flexible as intended. I did not want to pay extra to have them worked on, so sadly I returned them.
September 11, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 Beautiful, but runs small
This is a beautiful shoe, but it seems to run small and narrow. The card accompanying the shoes stated that the initial fit would be tight and the shoes would stretch and "break in", but they were so tight and uncomfortable that I decided to return them, I think they would work for someone with rather narrow feet, and would recommend with this caveat.
August 30, 2013