Stroll through your day in chic, feminine fashion with the Clarks Lexi Rye open-toe sandal. Part of the Clarks Bendables collection, this women's casual slide sandal has an airy upper made from full grain leather decorated with stitching and cutouts; an adjustable strap offers a personalized fit. The OrthoLite® footbed is contoured for support at the arch and cradling heel. The Clarks Lexi Rye slip-on sandal sits atop a stable platform midsole and EVA sole to carry you in confidence.
my mom gave me these shoes she found at a rummage sale. ive never owned a pair of clarks nor heard of them. but as soon as i slipped them on, OMG!! i have never felt this comfortable in a sandal, ever!!! i swear i wore them practically 24/7. i never looked to see what brand of shoe it was until they started to show wear and tear. i needed another pair right away. i could barely make out the name on the sole of the shoe so i asked my mom and then got online asap and wow!!! i never seen so many adorable and cute shoes. it took me all i had to order two pair. the price made me hesitate for a bit because im not working at the moment (medical leave). when i got them i showed my mom and of course she had to try them on, and fell in love with them. unfortunately i had to return them for width on one and size on the other because i decided to treat my mom with one of the pair. so now im waiting for them to arrive at my door. i cant wait!!!! nor can i wait to see the look on my moms face when i give them to her. thanks, sue
I had to give these two stars for comfort, but if you are looking for red shoes these look nothing like the picture! I would call they a tan/cayanne??? I handed one to my husband and asked him what color this shoe was and he said "I don't know, brown??" It was a nice color and these Clarks are comfortable, just NOT RED!!
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