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These are second to none!
My Plantar Fasciitis is Very Happy Today!!!
OK, folks, I don’t often leave product reviews, but the moment these amazing sandals/flip-flops were placed upon my feet, I swear I could hear my little tootsies SING! I have plantar fasciitis, and so I need supportive, cushy footwear. My feet are also a bit on the chubby side, so I can’t wear “normal” sandals because they are always too tight…which means I normally just have to settle for flip flops, which are not always the perfect match for the outfit and situation that I am in.
Another opinion on sizing….
First off, if you’re reading reviews of this product because you’re considering purchasing a pair — I can easily say just do it. These are great, comfy and adorable shoes.
Will be buying more.
I am normally a 7 1/2 in sandals. I ordered a 7 and hey fit perfectly.
Love love love. Very comfortable and swishy. No straps sliding down. Nice snug fit. I wear a 9-9.5 so I ordered a 10. Have about 1/4 inch extra front and back. Ordering a different color now. Maybe the issue with the reviews saying the strap is falling down is relating to the shoe being too big, or wearing them wrong. I added a pic of the instructions. I can’t see how that could happen otherwise. There definitely should not be a strap under the shoe.
t like closed shoes – my feet don’t swell and aren’t …
Ok, I put these sandals through the ultimate test: Disney World.
Like Walking On Clouds!
I’ve officially had these for an entire summer so I figured it was time to finally weigh in on my experience:
Comfortable and cute! These are shoes you can live in.
I generally wear a 9.5. When a brand doesn’t carry half sizes, I usually go up a size, but my last pair of Sanuks was a bit loose as a 10, so I went down to a 9 for these. The 9 is perfect me. I have really high arches, so I was a little worried that the strap over the top of the foot would be too tight, but they fit just fine – to give myself a bit more space I switched the layering of the straps from the way they are in the picture, so that the over-foot strap is underneath the ankle strap. The soles are super-comfy, and I don’t think the toe piece will require the usual wearing-in period since the fabric is so soft. Another plus – the shoes came in a really neat sustainable draw-string bag.
The straps were easy to put on and the soles are very comfortable
I bought these shoes to take to Barcelona Spain for a week vacation. I am a size 6.5 in the majority of shoes I wear aside from running shoes (size 7). I bought the size 6 and they fit perfectly. The straps were easy to put on and the soles are very comfortable. I wore them all day yesterday and walked approximately 5 miles around Dallas, TX with no blister and very happy feet. I would highly recommend these!
These are SO comfortable. I just walked 2 miles and I felt like I was walking on pillows. The cloth straps are great too because, unlike a lot of other sandals, they don’t rub against your skin and cause irritation. And, as a bonus, they are super cute. I will probably buy more in other colors.
Amazingly comfortable but wish there were more sizing options.
I absolutely love these – they are so comfortable. I was worried about sliding around on the surface due to sweaty feet in a humid environment, but I can wear them easily. I would, however, recommend not wearing them on surfaces which could be slippery without first “roughing up” the bottoms a little bit.