This retro style wraps supple leather completely around the foot with genuine moccasin construction. The cushioned inside lining, padded arch, and soft heel make for a plush feel with every wear.
Heel Height: 1.125". This item does not have a removable footbed.
Designed to follow the shape and natural arches of your foot. Initial fit should be wide enough to stay very comfortable across the ball of the foot yet roomy enough in the front so the toes are not cramped. The heel should be snug and should not slip while walking.
Genuine Moccasin Construction: The hand laced moccasin construction wraps soft supple leather completely around your foot and allows great flexibility.
EZ Lace™ System: Loosen the top lace until there are about two inches of lace left on each end, allowing the foot to slip in easily. Once the foot is in place, the EZ Lace™ slides through the rings so easily you have to be careful not to lace too tight. Use the second eyelet for a tighter fit.
SAS Foot-Shape® Last: Developed and crafted by SAS Shoemakers, this unique last follows the natural shape of your foot, providing all-day comfort while giving plenty of room for your toes.
All-Day Comfort Supersoft® Lightweight Sole: The wider sole base provides increased stability and maximum shock absorption. This sole is made of long-lasting, molded polyurethane containing millions of tiny air bubbles to cushion each step.
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Nice shoe long wearing.
The delivery was excellent and liked the shoes a lot.
Wear orthotics, hyper-mobile bones in feet, need a high soft toe box, an extra wide shoe that provides support. They fit. Very rare for me to find a shoe that does fit. The additional color choices are appreciated.
I have worn the Siesta for many years. Most jobs I worked on my feet all day from being a server to a customer service representative at a bank. They are the most comfortable shoe I ever wore. I wish that I could still get them in burgundy and navy.
Great Shoe! Been wearing them for over 30 years. I am now 87. Do you ever put them on Sale?