- Product Description
FIND YOUR COMFORT
This easy going slip-on has been around for thousands of years in various forms and by most accounts originated in both Spain and France around the same period. Worn in Europe by both men and women, the popular lightweight canvas flat is typically held together by woven jute - a primitive but time tested construction that gave it its unique DNA. We've chosen it for our BLUPRINT line because it matches our positioning so well, and we know that many current iterations of espadrilles and flats lack the cushioning, support and durability required for regular wear. Our version of a comfortable women's flat, the Topanga, upgrades the feel underfoot while maintaining all of the ease and grace this fun and flirty shoe is known for.
Anatomical Shape. Wider here, pulled there, supportive around this part, sculpted over in that spot - just like your feet
Insole technologies that form precisely to the shape and needs of your feet - a uniquely personal fit yielding unrivaled comfort and support
Materials and construction techniques that work together to add comfort, reduce fatigue, and cushion every step
Finely tuned design lines that shape to fit - delivering warm, full body hugs for feet and ankles
Designed to connect with you - simple shapes, no unnecessary reinforcements that negatively impact fit or foam that makes your feet hot
Uniquely crafted bottoms, with natural crepe soles straight from the tree, are extra soft and ninja silent
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Comfiest, coolest, chillest shoe everThe combination of a supportive yet stylish shoe caught my attention - one that could bring me to ancient cities in far away countries or brighten up my work environment, ready to sit, stand, walk, or skip. The cushioned footbed is comfortable, the gum sole is stylish, and the style is practical and timeless. The jet color is a dark dark grey, which I love because I don't like wearing black on my feet. Perfect without socks - I found that I fit comfortably into a 7 when with other brands I typically wear a 7.5. I found that they mold a bit to your foot with wear, even after day 1. Great price, great quality, great style!Pros: comfortable, stylish, light, good gripCons: a little tight before molding to foot
New travel shoesGot these for s summer trip. I have foot issues and am supposed to wear orthotics. These fit perfect after wore them with running socks For a walk. My feet are comfy and cool plus they are perfect with shorts or a dress.Pros: Light, comfy on my heels, fits my wide toe box and narrow heel! Live the color.Cons: Get dirty fast since I'm wearing them all the time!
The perfect shoe for workFirst shoe I bought from bluprint, and I liked it enough to try 2 more styles. It's a bit snug across the top of the foot the first time I put them on, but it didn't last long before it adjusted to my foot. Perfect width, hugs my foot and at a level of comfort I'm not used to unless I'm in comfy running shoes. I wear with skirts to work and they look good enough for a professional environment. This style runs true to size in my opinion, with plenty of room across the toe box. Glad I took a chance on this brand.Pros: Hugs my foot, looks cute, comfortable even after a 10 hour work day.Cons: More color options
comfy, soft, flexibleThese shoes have a comfy inter-soul. They have a soft upper with a wide toe bed and rounded front helps those of us with wide feet. They are light weight and flexible. I teach. I can be on my feet for 14 to 16 hours in one day. I don't take these off and change into slippers when I get home when I wear these.
AmazingJust got these shoes yesterday and wore them t work today. I work in a school. I have had pain from a heel spur for over 6 months and for the first time in 6 months I had no pain. These shoes are so cushioned. Also got compliments on them being 'cute'.Pros: Great price Comfortable Feel good on 'bad' feetCons: Thought they would be more beige but are really white (which I thought might be the case since they are called 'salt'.