I ordered the palms camping boot after reading excellent reviews.
I live in the uk so the order didn't take that long to arrive. When they did arrive they are marked on one of the shoes. The tongue of the show is also stitched all the way to the top allowing virtually no room to get your foot inside.
I contacted the company to tell them the shoes were marked and didn't fit and was told I would have to pay to send them back. Pay more shipping for the new shoes and more airport tax. This to me is bad customer service and the design needs to be re-evaluated.
I decided as I don't want to pay another $100 for a show I may not be entirely happy with. To unpick the stitching down the sides of the tongue to actually allow my foot inside the shoe.
Review by SugarDaddyBochum Tharinath1 year ago
Hello anyone there? Nope! I ordered a pair of boots from them (which are not cheap) and got confirmation on my order with a order number. They were back ordered but there is no communication when they will be shipped out. I tried to contact them and no one responds.
Needless to say, I will be fighting this charge with Paypal. Buyers beware, customer service is horrible.
Review by Nakresha1 year ago
Before I purchased two pairs of shoes from this company, I read a few reviews that the shoes take a really long time to arrive. I really wanted the shoes and read that they ship in 5-7 business days so I thought maybe a couple of people just had bad luck. Going against my better judgment, I ordered 2 pairs. The first arrived about a month and a half later and we're too small. It's been almost 3 months and the other pair hasn't arrived yet. When searching for a customer service number, you can't find one, only email. They have only responded to 2 of my emails not resolving any issue. I have never dealt with such an terrible company before. These are cute shoes but not worth the trouble you have to go throw to get half of your order. Inkkas, you're the worst.
Review by Ayendy1 year ago
I have seen this brand on social media and decided to try them out. It was a great decision. I purchased a pair of slip ons and camping boots and loved them both.
Review by Nyatoro1 year ago
I ordered my Inkkas with the website six months ago and have been kicking myself (with my snazzy new shoes) for awhile, meaning to write up a review. It's the first time I've felt so stoked about a pair of shoes - four actually. I meant to just get slip-ons to wear when I didn't want to bother with shoelaces, but their designs were so cute and interesting (and there was a sale) I ended up getting three more - two sneakers ("FlexAires") and a low top: the Springbok Slip On (not as cute, but the cutest slip-on that was available in my size), Butterflies FlexAire, Camo Garden FlexAire, and Bald Eagle Low Top.
I found Inkkas through a list of well reviewed vegan shoes and the tidbit that they plant a tree with every purchase got me hooked. All four styles came from the vegan section they had at the time, but it looks like it's been removed now? which is a shame but it looks like you can still search "vegan" and get relevant results, so just be sure to double check the product details. I was curious to see how they'd feel because it'd be my first time wearing non-leather shoes, and also a little apprehensive because I have big feet and they didn't offer wide sizing. I was a women's 11.5 in my old sneakers (Nikes, I think) so I sized up to a men's 10/women's 12 for my order even though I still wasn't sure. Turned out that they fit perfectly, work just as well as my old sneakers, and have the bonus of an interesting fabric texture upper. They're definitely the coolest looking designs of any shoes I've ever worn; it kind of reminds me of Kipling bags (the brand I favor for my handbags and wallets because they're so colorful), but more elegant or stylized. People like them when they look down to see them, and I've gotten a compliment from a stranger on the Butterflies FlexAire!
I placed my order back in January 2018 and it's now nearing the end of June 2018. Having worn them multiple times each week, I can say that thus far, they're holding up well and the FlexAires and slip-ons especially are extremely comfortable. The low tops are also comfortable, but I won't rank them quite as comfortable as the others because the type of shoe just seems slightly more narrow and less cushioned; it's my first pair of low tops and I think my less favorable rating of them comes mainly from an incident where I wore them out on a long walk and came home in pain. I guess low tops aren't designed for that! - or maybe I just needed a bigger size in them. On regular outings though, they've been snug but not tight for my big wide feet, and I still adore them. If Inkkas continues to make vegan shoes and especially if they continue their current environmental policies, I do believe I've found my new permanent shoe brand!
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