Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 5 out of 5 by GingerM Comfortable and love color
I almost didn't buy these shoes based on the few other bad reviews about them. But then I decided to go ahead and give them a try and make up my own mind about them. I figured the worst that could happen is that I would have to return them.
Well needless to say I am very happy with these shoes! I purchased the Caramel color and I love the color! I really think this color will go with a lot more. I usually wear a 7 to 7 1/2, but I've purchased other shoes from JJill and have found that most of the time they run a little small. So I went ahead and ordered a size 8. I'm glad I did because they fit perfectly! Not to loose and not to tight, I am able to wear them with out socks or with a thin sock if needed and it not be too tight. I do think that if you order them you should go up at least a 1/2 size and maybe even 1 full size larger.
The only draw back that I have been able to find about this shoe is they are a little "squeaky" due to all the little nobbies on them. But as I walked in them they got quieter. Overall I am happy with them and will be keeping them.
March 19, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Ratsburg Disappointed
These shoes are nicely made and comfortable too; but the dusty cardinal color isn't red...it's pink. The toe box is so deep that the top of the shoe covers half the top of my foot which makes them look rather old lady-like. I will be returning them.
March 18, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by palmthree Strange shoe s
I really thought I would love these shoes. The leather is soft,the caramel color is nice,although I would not call it burnished at all. The shoe fits very oddly. It is difficult to tell the right foot from the left,there is very little difference. The shoe is long and snug in the front and very wide towards the back. I didn't want to have to send them back but I did,because they just are very strangely made! Usually I love Gee Wa Wa and have bought other shoes made by them from J Jill...Oh well....I just cannot recommend these.
March 10, 2015