Men’sTwisted XBrown BomberRubber OutsoleRemovable InsoleMXC0001 Twisted X is proud to launch their CellStretch Technology. Their team continues to presue their mission of brinigng unrivaled comfort to the western, casual and work industeries. In our quest for all day comfort they found how one can strengthen their current technology. The designers and engineers put in countless hours to take their system to the next level. Through a large number of refinements of their proprietary compound they initated tested of the CellStretch technology. After several rounds of foot testing and a couple of final tweaks the cells formula, they got it right! From the consistent feedback of positive results, Twisted X knew they had something special! Clearly they had earned the approval from customers. They created the next generation of all day Twisted X comfort.
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HANDCRAFTED AND TIMELESS: The moc toe shoes are handcrafted in genuine full-grain leather and an environmentally friendly ecoTWX material; Features Twisted X’s patented CellStretch technology, ensuring that every step is backed by superior comfort
COMFORTABLE FOOTWEAR: Known to create quality handcrafted footwear that are enjoyable to use and innovative in style, the high ankle casual shoes for men are designed with comfort in mind and with the entire components you’ll expect from Twisted X
BREATHABLE AND MOISTURE-WICKING. The moc toe shoes are air-mesh lined, allowing air to circulate in and around the shoe at the same time as managing moisture; The SD footbed are also machine washable, looking new every time
DURABILITY AND IMPROVE TRACTION: The composite-molded EVA midsole and a nylon/glass fiber shank provides the driving mocs with unrivaled give a boost to and stability, at the same time as the molded rubber outsole gives it a slip-resistant feature
ecoTWX MATERIAL UPPER: Made with a durable eco-friendly material, every pair of which uses up to 13 recycled water bottles; For every pair purchased, Twisted X will plant a tree and help repopulate troubled tree populations in the USA