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Naturalizer Weslie Sandal

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Naturalizer Weslie

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Enjoy a warm day in the Weslie sandals from Naturalizer.
  • Leather upper in a casual sandal style with a round, open toe
  • Detailed T-strap vamp
  • Adjustable buckle detail at the side
  • Smooth lining, cushioning insole features N5 Comfort System
  • Non-slip outsole, 1 1/4 inch heel


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Naturalizer asked: Why did you choose this?

  • carol: "Comfort and they r very comfortable. Size seems to run a little big. But love them"
  • Katharine: "these are my comfortable "go to" sandals. I've had them in 2 or 3 colors and bought new pairs when the old ones got worn down too much. they are extremely comfy, like walking on clouds"
  • Sharon: "Style and color"
  • Mary Ann: "size and price were right -- very comfortable too"
  • Martha: "Returned"
  • Eileen: "They are comfortable."
  • Julie: "Comfort"
  • Laura: "I needed a pair of black flat sandals that were a sling back for work."
  • debbie: "stylish and comfortable"
  • David B.: "Like the style and comfort"
  • Carolyn: "I got these in another color and loved them, I got these in the same size and they were not as wide."
  • Grazina: "Love these shoes. I walked all over Europe with these and bought a second pair cause they look good and are very comfortable."
  • Burrowes: "This was for the same friend."
  • Mary: "comfortable"
  • Julie: "For style and comfort."
  • Charlotte B.: "needed black sandals and these fit perfectly"
  • Karen: "Wanted a comfy, low-heeled black sandal to wear to work and semi-dress up. These are really comfortable and go with just about anything."
  • Dianne: "I liked the color and style."

Lisa asked: sometimes when I order a 4 in sandals, my toes all the way to the end of the bottom of the shoe. How are they supposed to fit? I don't like buying little girl's shoes because they get too wide. I am not sure if I need a 4 or 4.5 What should I do?

Susan asked: what is the size N mean. Is this for people with narrow feet because that is me?

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