Slip into a carefree state of mind with the Genoa sandal from Merrell. The Q-Form® alignment system centers your stride, while the sporty leather strap secures the fit. An Air Cushion® midsole keeps comfort underfoot wherever you go.
There seem to be a few different shapes of Merrell footbeds on the market now. These sandals have the old footbed, meaning they're a little wider around the toe area. I like that since my foot is a bit wide. I was happy to find these sandals to replace my old BellaLuna style Merrell's I bought a few years back.. The new footbed on some of the styles seems to be ill-shaped at the toebox for my feet, but this model is comfort out of the box! Good for walking with great support all over.
This is one of my favorite Merrells. I wore it all over New York City. My friends with their ugly tennis shoes were complaining about their feet hurting, but not me. I have plantar fascitis and I wear them around the house for support all year long. They are worth the money and the brown and black make your feet look pretty.
This was a new style for me and at first wasn't sure if I was going to like it as well as the one that was discontinued. But it is just as comfortable, and stable yet I still get many compliments on how cute they are.
I have never had a Merrell sandal that was not comfortable and fit as though it was made just for me! And during the summer I can take off on a walk without worry that I will get blisters.
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