Returned these shoes as thin sole is not suitable for walking in for long periods of time.
Have ordered Dream, hoping they will suit.(sole is same as previously purched styles).
There are a limited range of comfortable practical sandals to suit orthotics this season.
Personally I feel that because one is of middle age, doesn't mean that footwear needs to look HEAVY,DAGGY as well UGLY.
REPLY to a previous email.
A sandal to get an idea from is a mens Saramanda Chestnut Torino 115138. Look on website. I had NO choice but to purchase this shoe for around the house ,simply for the comfort,they are actually MENS, but are light with a great sole that can be walked in with no pain or burning to the feet as they have leather inlay.
I was fortunate enough to purchase a seperate inlay from Saramanda for another pair of Ziera shoes casual style which has made an intense difference to the comfort on walking on footpaths and shopping centre concrete floors.
I feel the footwear is expensive and basically the only brand I am able to wear due to width variations, please consider comfort at ALL times.
I deal with the ladies through the Penrith branch and find Tammy most helpful.
With the limited range this season it is MOST frustrating and disappointing with limited choice.
There are PLENTY of strappy styles, for the young people, which don't look comfortable or practical for the price.
NOT sure where you are heading in the future, so PLEASE, PLEASE remember the not so daggy middle age women and add some practical good looking styles for next Summer.
18 Oct 2015