Naturalizer asked: Why did you choose this?
Barbara asked: Is this shoe comfortable if you have a developing bunion?
- Crystal: "I find them quite comfortable and just ordered a second pair. However, the comfort if you are developing a bunion probably depends a bit on the width of shoe you would normally wear. I found these to be just a bit snug in width and they easily stretched to meet my needs within just a few hours of wearing with no discomfort. I wear a medium width shoe, but am probably just borderline where a wide would be a bit too big. So if you are a solid medium width, you should be fine. These shoes have amazing support for a "slip on" style sneaker."
- Gwendolyn: "I really can't answer this question. I've never had bunions. But the shoe is comfortable and it looks nice on my feet. But it needs a little more arch support to me."
- Lizette: "The shoes is very comfortable but it is bit on the narrow in front."
- Jocabed: "I actually ordered the shoe online and I haven't received it yet. As soon as I do I will let you know."
- Billi: "The shoe is super comfortable. However, I don't have a bunion. I would be sure to buy the wide width though if you choose to buy these shoes. They don't stretch out as fast as other canvas shoes I've bought. I did buy the wide width and after wearing them for 2 days I can't take them off I love them so much."
sydney asked: can i insert my orthodic insole in this shoe and do i need to size up a 1/2 size if i can use?
- sharon: "yes you can and you just have to go up 1/2 a size for comfort."
- Mary: "I had to return my Naturalizer Rayna shoes because of an inside seam which rubbed on the top of my foot. I didn't even attempt to put in my orthotic, as it would have meant removing the inside sole."
- B: "You would probably need to go a 1/2 size up if you'd like to insert an orthotic."
- Mary: "I am not sure what kind of orthotic you have. I have one in each shoe that is on the outside half third of the heel. It works fine. If it was over the entire insole, you might need a half size larger shoe."