Keel Shoe (Women's)
In Stock Product Number: 32782
Like an extension of yourself, the feminine webbing of the Keel wraps your foot in a tailor-made fit. This Mary Jane style provides support and cushion on our lightest LUVSEAT footbed yet.
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Weight: 8.70 oz/248g
Shoe Upper: PU coated leather and mesh
Shoe Lining: Neoprene and lycra lining
Shoe Sole: 25% EcoTread recycled non-marking rubber
Vendor ProductId: WKEEL
Review ProductId: 32782
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- Grippy soles
- Ok For Water
- Sporty But Cute
- They Fit My Narrow Feet
- Going around town
I have really narrow feet, which means finding sandals that fit is a challenge. I recently got these shoes, which are kind of a hybrid between water shoes and sandals - and they are my new favorites. I got them in grey/orange and they go with a lot of my wardrobe. I wear them around town, but could see them going to the beach or on a rafting trip. They aren't hikers, as not enough support for that. But, they're super cute and washable - which could come in handy. I couldn't really think of a "Con" except that they are casual, and so you wouldn't wear them anywhere formal...but why would you?
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- Adjustable straps
I love these shoes. They are cute enough to wear to work and comfortable enough to wear all day. I just wish they came in a dozen more colors!
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