Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by tsing Great shoe
I was surprised to see the other negative reviews because I absolutely love these shoes. I have been wearing Clarks shoes for quite some time and won't buy any other brand. This pair is one of my favorites. Super comfortable, easy to walk long distances, and attractive styling. Highly recommended.
September 10, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by TequiniLover Glad I read the reviews of others!
Before buying this "new model" of the beloved Tequini, I took the time to read the reviews, and I'm glad I did! Now I will not be purchasing these shoes to replace my worn out white Tequinis. I checked the Clarks website for the customer service recommended P-Tequinis just to discover they only come in brown suede. This simply will not suffice. Clarks, please listen to your customers as we urge you to bring back the Tequini. I have written to customer service when you first discontinued the Tequini, and you finally brought it back to just discontinue it again. What gives?
September 3, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Unlucky not nearly as good as Tequini
I agree with Rosamund above except that two stars is too generous. Looking at them online, I thought that Asney is a replacement of the famous Privo Tequini (now only available in sizes 5 and 6). Asney is anything but! Asney is a total bust. Why? Because they are not slip-ons at all. They are push-ons and pull-offs but not slip-ons. The other day, I stopped by Clarks store, and was shocked to discover that Asney, while the right size and width, have an opening so small and tight that I had difficulty getting them on using both hands. Taking them off also required both hands and was hard. So why on earth are they called slip-ons?!? Clarks, why mess with a style that was perfect? I am incensed because I am discovering that Tequini is discontinued and not available anywhere in my size except used. Clarks, what a shame...
August 27, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Rosamund Please bring back Tequini
Judging by its appearance, Asney is a remake of Tequini, but unfortunately without Tequini's quality. Altogether I have owned 7 paris of Tequini in the past because of its quality : thick footbed, great heel cushioning, sufficient arch support, thick bottom which lands on the ground silently and non slippery. The last characteristic is particularly important as I work in a hospital setting.
While Asney is adequate, it lacks the aforementioned quality. Mind you it is much lighter but its thin bottom impacts my feet heavily onto the ground with each step, the cushioning is non existent. It just isn't the same. Reading other customers' comments, they echo how I feel about Tequini. Why did Clarks have to change something that has been so valued by customers into something mediocre at best?
August 23, 2016