Adventuridge Men’s Suede Slip-On Shoes

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Updated below with a one-year progress report as well as a 2019 price update.

Clothing and apparel are a small but steady part of Aldi’s rotating inventory. Whether it’s coats, shirts, shorts, pajamas, or even belts, Aldi tends to carry the equivalent of a wardrobe when you take the year together as a whole.

Footwear is part of the lineup, and in our experience it has improved some with time. My first experience with Aldi’s Royal Class Men’s Slippers was, to put it politely, less than ideal, but when Aldi reintroduced them a year later, they were much improved. Likewise, my early impressions with the Adventuridge Men’s Hiker Boots have been very positive. So when I tried on Aldi’s latest footwear, I was guardedly optimistic.

Adventuridge Men's Suede Slip-On Shoes

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Adventuridge Men’s Suede Slip-On Shoes, an ALDI Find (Special Buy), released in the late fall, right before Thanksgiving. In 2018, the shoes retailed for $17.99. [EDITOR’S NOTE: In 2019, the shoes were a dollar more expensive, $18.99.] Not coincidentally, the shoes hit shelves the same day (and for the same price) as the Serra Ladies’ Suede Boots.

Adventuridge Men's Suede Slip-On Shoes

The shoes. (Click to enlarge.)

The Adventuridge shoes are available in four sizes — 9, 10, 11, and 12 — and can be found in either black or brown. The top of the shoes are genuine suede, while the outsole is “rugged” TPR and the insole contains memory foam. The shoes are, as the name suggests, slip-on shoes, with twin elastic gores to help the shoes stay on once you’ve slipped them on.

Adventuridge Men's Suede Slip-On Shoes

The shoe up close. (Click to enlarge.)

The first thing I noticed about the shoes is that they fit exactly as advertised. Not too large, not too small. They slipped on relatively easy and stayed firmly attached to my foot. They fit well both at the toe and along the sides of my foot. The shoes are also comfortable, thanks to the memory foam, and have a firm outsole that, like the Adventuridge hiking shoes, seems well-suited for places where the terrain is a bit rough.

For me, the biggest difference between name brand and lesser brand shoes often comes down to durability. I don’t know what the lifespan will be on these shoes, and that’s something I’ll be updating as time goes on.

Adventuridge Men's Suede Slip-On Shoes

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UPDATE (November 2019): After a year of occasional use, my shoes have held up pretty well. They are still intact, and the memory foam is still fairly comfortable. I know someone else whose shoes didn’t last after a few months of daily use — and he also reported that his memory foam started compressing — so your mileage may vary. Still, they’re not bad budget shoes.

The Verdict:

The Adventuridge Men’s Suede Slip-On Shoes are comfortable, with a rugged outsole, and they fit as advertised. At only $17.99 $18.99, they’re also budget shoes, so I don’t know yet what their durability is. Still, for the price they’re definitely worth a look.

About Joshua

Joshua is the Editor-in-Chief of Aldi Reviewer. He is also a writer and novelist. You can learn more about him at www.joshuaajohnston.com.

8 Comments

  1. I’ve worn these for a few days in a variety of cold and wet weather. They have handled the moisture well. My only complaint so far is that the memory foam on one of my soles (heel) is imperfect and you can definitely feel it.

    However, having owned a number of similar shoes like this one, the memory foam eventually gets pounded into nothing anyway, so we’ll see how they last for the long term.

  2. I have one pair and I like them.
    Where can I purchase another pair?

  3. Was surprised how comfortable they were right out of the box. I bought the brown pair and considering another pair.

  4. Was surprised how comfortable they were right out of the box.

  5. Hi Joshua great review
    I bought a pair around Sept. 2018 they are greatI’m a size 8 usually but the size 9 was the smallest size which turns out to be OK with diabetic and thicker types of socks 
    I could only find one pair in size 9 at the Salem NH USA store
    I don’t know if they think Americans are Big Foot only
    I wish they had them in size 8 ot 8.5 mens I’d but a slew of them 

    Very comfortable and durable, I’ve bought similar shoes at 3 to 4X the price that did not last as long as these. Mine have been worn almost every day rain ice snow since I bought them now starting to wear out
    I have just written Aldi to see if I can but a few pairs if you have any ideas where I can buy them please let me know, thanks. 
    Sincerely,
    Neal 

  6. Thanks Joshua
    I sent them an inquiry with the product number and photos through the Aldi.com website and will let you know if I hear back. Maybe if a lot of folks want these and they do the same Aldi may become compelled to offer them again. Also then currently have what appears as mens winter work boots with the same name branding “Adventuridge” that’s on the original sole pad inserts in my pair.

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