Product Description (Women's Naot Dance)
This stylish shoe features a removable cork footbed, contrasting upper, shock absorbent insole, hand sewn construction, and padded instep and heel cup.
Heel Height: 1 1/2"
Fit: Medium - wide fit.
Features of this item include: Removable Insoles
Really comfortable February 18, 2013
Reviewer: Carol from DC area
Shoe Size: Felt true to size Shoe Width: Felt true to width This shoe is comfortable and attractive at the same time. I need a wide toe box and this shoe fits the bill. Also like the zipper at the side...easy to put on.
Wears this shoe: Leisure
Very nice shoes... December 31, 2012
Reviewer: Tracy from Panama City, Fl.
Shoe Size: Felt true to size Shoe Width: Felt true to width These shoes are very comfortable, and I've had several complements on them!
Wears this shoe: Anytime, Ive even worn them at work and Im on my feet all day.
Fits like a glove December 26, 2012
Reviewer: Cynthia from Madison, WI
Shoe Size: Felt true to size Shoe Width: Felt true to width I have other Naot shoes and they are like wearing a very cushioned slipper. I love them and then ordered this new style to add to my collection. I was a bit worried that they might be too tight, as in many shoes I wear a 9.5. I can wear these with smart socks and they are incredibly comfortable. Another great style from this company.
Wears this shoe: They work great with jeans and any other style of dressier pants.
- 6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
great comfort, nice wide footbed December 08, 2011
Reviewer: Fran from Allentown, Pa
Shoe Size: Felt true to size Shoe Width: Felt wider than marked Purchased this shoe as a "walking" type shoe, so I don't have to wear sneakers all the time. It has a nice wide footbed, and very comfortable to be in the shoe all day long
Wears this shoe: All day, shopping
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Naot Dance Construction
Orthotic Friendly Removable Footbeds