Rated 1 out of 5 by Laura37 from Made me bleed! I was looking forward to these flats because the look so comfortable and because they seemed to not need to be broken into. I was hoping to use them for work because I have to stand a lot. I walked in them for 10 minutes and the shoes began to dig into my Achilles so bad that it began to bleed. Since I wore them once and I tried to return them because they were so terrible for my foot the clerk refused to give me a refund. I would not recommend.
Date published: 2019-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cricket88 from Love the look, wish these were more walkable I bought these because I had been looking for a woven flat and the price was great. Plus, Naturalizer is know for amazing comfort. These are good shoes but if you are susceptible to blisters on the back of your ankle as I am, these might be problematic. I am normally an 8.5 but got these in a size 9. They are more comfortable after a few wears, but I do wish the back seam was a bit softer and slightly lower as it rubs my heel/ankle pretty raw. While another user commented on arch support, this has not been an issue for me, and other than the back-of-heel issue, I find these shoes to be comfortable. I would buy them in other colors as well.
Date published: 2019-10-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kara8787 from Sizing I had to return and get a half size bigger than I typically get in this brand. Love the pointed toe and fabric, though!
Date published: 2019-09-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by Countess from Painful Bump in Arch I was so excited about these shoes. The pointed toe and clean lines give them a great classic style and the fabric upper is very comfortable. the tread on the bottom makes them perfect for walking and terrific for travel. But the arch placement is just terrible and differs from my other Naturalizer flats. It feel like a large rock is right underneath the arch of my foot. I tried to talk myself into these in every way I could because I’ve been looking for a shoe like this for years. But I’ll never wear them. They hurt!
Date published: 2019-09-19