Women's Peyton High Platform Braided Sandals
Stylish idea didn't translate for practical use - at least for a size 7 - which was really a 6 1/2. Heel height forces such a bend in foot, the top of foot is pinched/almost cut by the overly stiff/sharp braided strap. Maybe it works for larger feet or maybe it would work w/a nice supple leather/suede. Just not this.
March 1, 2014
Comfy and cute!
I usually wear a wide shoe, but this one is perfect in the regular size. These wedges are comfortable and easy to walk in because the wide strap keeps your foot from sliding forward. I got them in both colors!
June 18, 2013
I love these shoes. Super comfortable for high heel wedges. Danced all night at a wedding in them with no pain.
June 8, 2013
Had my eye on these
I wanted these as soon as I saw them, but waited until they went on sale. Very comfortable and stylish; platform makes heel feel lower than it is. Plan to wear them all summer.
April 16, 2013
not for me
Looked cute in the pics. Decided to take a chance. Fit too wide for my "average" width foot, and the leather on the toe strap was stiff and sharp. Did look cute on, but not secure on my foot. Would hate to step off the side of these as theyre high. Need them more secure to feel confident in them. Sending back. sadness.
February 10, 2013
I bought three pairs of shoes a few months back (there was a very good sale on at the time) and these shoes are the most comfortable of all of them. I've made the mistake in the past of reviewing shoes as soon as I get them and then when I start to wear them it's a different story. These shoes, a few months on, are very comfortable despite their height. They feel really secure on my feet. Given my age bracket most of you are probably wondering why I bought them but it suddenly occurred to me that my feet would start to insist on "sensible" shoes a few years down the track so I thought I'd get some pretty shoes while I could. I do have to be careful on uneven surfaces but I find them very easy to walk in - not "clumpy" at all - and I can get along at a good pace. I do have difficult feet so I've put cushioned pads under the balls of my feet which has helped tremendously. I found the sizing to be spot on for me. I generally wear a 9.5 full shoe and a 9 in sandals and these are a very good fit. So far I've only worn them with jeans but I do have some maxi skirts I plan to wear them with as well. I'm not sure about the full-grain leather though. My sandals are developing fine white threads within the toe strap which seems odd for full-grain leather. It's not a big issue because I can snip them off but maybe it's split leather? I'm very glad I took the risk and ordered them. (I'm still wearing in my Parker espadrilles!)
January 20, 2013
Beautiful and comfortable
Just received these sandals today and they are better in person. I usually wear an 8 1/2 and ordered a 9 and they were perfect! They look very classy and I would highly recommend them.
September 24, 2012
Cute shoe .... if you have narrow feet
I ordered both colors in this shoe... I ordered my normal size 10m. I could not get my feet into the shoe, and I have purchased several shoes in the past from lands end. However this one was just to narrow for me. If the shoe came in a wide width I would exchange them right now. But, since this shoe wasnt offered in a WW I'm forced to return them. Please make more options in width sizes on your shoes.
September 17, 2012
Liked the look, but too wide
I liked the look of this sandal and think the wedge would have been comfortable even though it's high. However, the front strap was just too wide for me and it felt hard to hold the sandal on. I returned it.
August 19, 2012
Beautiful sandals but...
The sandals are really pretty and of nice leather. The fit is on the wide side but if you are in between sizes order up. I didn't and now I regret it. The steep heel pushes my foot forward and may be if I had more shoe left for my foot to slide forward it wouldn't be so painfull on the joints of my toes. But I learned this after a few uses. Still a beautifull shoe.
August 6, 2012