The company pink running shoes first began in 1906 in the city of Boston, Massachusetts. Their transition from a company that manufactures support arches and related accessories to making shoes eventually, transpired gradually. Initially it focused on accessories that aim to make shoes fit. The owner of the business, William J. Riley is well known for his input particularly when it comes to improving the shoe designs and solutions that are innovative. The selling of the arch supports continued on for a while till 1960.
I also appreciated the noticeable padding around the ankle collar. The Drag-On Cage in the upper provides nice stability without feeling overly restrictive or difficult to break in. Arch support is fair, but I do have a high arch, requiring a little more help in that part of the shoe. Otherwise I found the Cage 2 to be exceptionally comfortable.