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  1. #16
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    Yeah, I wasn't looking at Clarks. They run too big on me, and well, I would look like every other 50-60 something therapist in West Concord...
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  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by ny biker View Post
    Almost all of my shoes are from Clark's. They are very comfortable. I was even able to find high heels that I could walk in for several hours without problems.

    I typically wear a size 9 shoe but most of my Clark's are an 8.5. There are Clark's stores at several malls around here so I'm able to try them on, but Zappo's also sells them.

    They have different lines -- Privo is more casual, Unstructured is very soft leather, Artisan is on the dressier side.
    I have had great luck with Clarks too. They are comfortable, not ultra spendy, and attractive. I also size down a half-size in Clarks.
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  3. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crankin View Post
    Yeah, I wasn't looking at Clarks. They run too big on me, and well, I would look like every other 50-60 something therapist in West Concord...
    You made me laugh out loud for real :-)

  4. #19
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    Have you looked at Naot or Finn Sandals? Amazon or Zappos has them. My go to sandals are a pair of Naot Drift sandals. I've had them almost 3 yrs and they still look great and are super comfortable. They sell for around $140.00
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  5. #20
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    Glad I made you laugh, Catrin. It's a stereotype, but true around here. Hey, at least I don't wear long, flowing tops with lots of "creative" type of jewelry and scarves.
    I love Naot shoes. They are super expensive, but thankfully, the shoe store in my town has a discount room, where they often can be found.
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  6. #21
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    Ooooh the Naot Kirei looks like EXACTLY what I am looking for. Thanks for the recommendation! Now to find them at a stomachable price....

 

 

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