Reviews for STQ Walking Shoes for Women Lace Up Lightweight Tennis Shoes

People say Stq is really similar to Skechers.


Looks great, feels ok

The shoe runs a little small. Looks great but not much cushion. I saved by not buying Skechers. Wish I had.


So comfy and cute!

I’ve never heard of this brand, but I needed a new pair of shoes similar to the worn out Nikes and Skechers I have - but I didn’t want to spend a lot. After reading reviews, I decided to purchase and I’m so happy I did. These are sooo cute and comfortable - they are really similar to my old GoWalks. In my experience they are true to size - I am usually 8.5 (sometimes 8.5 W) and these 8.5 fit perfectly.


STQ tennis/walking shoes

Picture looked like a slip on, but they tie. Never heard of STQ & thought I was buying Skechers; however, they are a keeper!


These aren't Skechers

Keep in mind that these shoes are not Skechers like I thought they would be. I should have been more observant when I ordered them and not so quick to put them in my cart. The support just isn't there, however, they are very cute and comfortable and I love the pink and light grey... They are just right for wearing around the house. But I wouldn't want to walk in them for exercise.


Good shoes, except for the insole

I like these pretty well. I have fallen arches, so I can't wear a lot of the tennis shoe types out there. I'm usually confined to Skechers Flex Appeal, but they get really expensive going thru 4 pairs a year. Bought these to see how they stack up. I bought a size 8, which is what I usually get as I have wide feet. I probably could have gone with a 7.5. They are lightweight so I don't feel like I'm dragging my feet. But they have an insole that had a bit of an arch, the edge of which rubs against the tenderness part of my foot arch. Other than that, these are a good pair of shoes. I suppose if I could find a better insole they would be great. The insoles do come out, so changing them would be easy. However I feel I should note that these shoes are identical to the ones I bought at my local Walmart last fall, except for the brand. Same exterior, same insole issue. But these shoes are twice what I paid for the Walmart ones. Think I'll try to find insoles, keep buying Walmart shoes, and splurge on a pair of Skechers once a year.