I purchased these shoes because of the orthotic build since I am diabetic and have some issues with my feet. They have a negative heel which is wonderful since that takes the pressure off the ball of the foot. The insert is removable so you can use any special orthotic insert if necessary. I find the insert that comes with the shoe is perfect for me. I wear them at home, shopping, lunch with the "girls", running errands. There was no breaking in period for me. The fit was great from the beginning. I really like the color, and treat it as a neutral. Great with jeans, and slacks. The 'Mary Jane" look reminds me of my shoes as a little girl.
Second pair of Eath SHoes in my life. First pair was purchased in 1981 my Senior Year in High School and were my favorite shoes ever. When I did a search and saw that they are still being made I bought a pair to see if I liked them as much as I did in 1981. I must say they are awesome and I love them. Wish they had them in a laced boot.
These casual shoes look great with skirts and pants. Excellent for knees as I am on my feet a lot. Even though they are a little loose with stockings, they should be just fine with thin socks or tights which add a slight layer.
About Kalso Earth Shoe
Get down to earth and Exer-Walk™ with women’s Kalso Earth Shoe styles. Walking shoes and running shoes, mary janes, gladiator sandals, mules, flip-flops and boots both casual and dressy are among the women’s Kalso Earth Shoe available at Onlineshoes.com. Created by Danish yoga instructor Anna Kalsø, each pair features proprietary 3.7° Incline technology, which positions toes higher than your heels, designed to improve posture. Without sacrificing style, women’s Kalso Earth Shoes add comfort and a therapeutic effect to every step you take.
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