Go for comfort with the Privo by Clarks Bingle sneaker. This women's casual shoe features a nubuck/mesh or leather/mesh upper with sporty detailing for a look to match your laidback mood. A Soleassage™ footbed offers long-lasting comfort. The textured sole lends traction to the Privo by Clarks Bingle sneaker.
I love the Privo brand so when I saw this shoe I had to buy it. It looks a lot better in person. It's more narrow than the average Privo athletic style shoe. They take awhile to break in. But once they break in they are comfortable like a typical Privo shoe. This shoe is 'low-profile' and not made for wide feet. They also fit similar to a ballet style shoe (they hug your foot). Also, this shoe is not made to be worn with thicker socks. I'm thinking about buying the other color. This shoe would be perfect for ladies with narrow to very narrow feet.(I have an average width foot/size 7)
While studying in s.Korea I fell in love with a pair of Sketcher slip-on shoes (culture dictates that you have to remove shoes before entering a house, and many restaurants have you do the same thing). When I returned home, they were worn out and I couldn't find another pair! 1 year later I found these.
I'm not certain of my shoe size as it is always brand dependent, but the 11 fits perfect, so if you're worried
**order 1/2 size larger.
Also be wary, I wore them for 2 days of city walking and they were wonderful until the 3rd day my ankles felt a little bruised where the shoe hits them, so they may need a little breaking in.
They look like they'll last a lot longer than my old Sketchers.
Style. Comfort. Versatility. Privo by Clarks shoes combine all three to create the perfect fit, feel and fashion. Women's Privo by Clarks shoes blend science and art to create light, comfortable styles.
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