I LOVE these sandals! They are super comfortable and love the adjustable straps on them. I wear them so much, I wear them out every year and have to replace them constantly! As a diabetic, I have to be careful what shoes I buy and I can tell you these take care of my feet and I can't emphasize enough how comfy they are!
I absolutely love these. I have red, tan, tan/black. I ordered them on the recommendations of a friend because I have a. Bunion. Very stylish and comfortable. I normally wear an eight but because of euro sizing I went with 7.5 /8. Fits perfectly. Very well made.
I've been wearing this style for years, I always have a pair & a spare in my closet. I normally wear a size 8 & this shoe in a 39, which is more of an 8 1/2. I wear these around the house & casually, though some people might wear them out with skirts & shorts, like Birkenstocks. If you have foot problems or back pain, try these out, you'll love them, right out of the box.
I use these as a substitute for house slippers because I need the support. And I can run to the store in them if I want to. I love the color. Tho the support is ok personally I would like a bit more.
Part of the Spring Step family of quality footwear, Flexus shoes for women offer a winning combination of comfort and an elegant, casual look. Designed in Europe and produced using high-quality, breathable leathers and other materials, Flexus shoes, sandals, clogs and boots feature signature "Five Points of Comfort," which include an anatomically contoured footbed, a self-molding fit, a lightweight, shock-absorbing sole and an anti-slip tread design, as well as the moves-with-you flexibility that inspires the brand's name. Women's Flexus shoes lessen impact with every step, so you can walk for miles in support and versatile style.
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