Walking Cradle’s Natasha – The Comfortable Shoe in Wide Widths

Adorable. That’s what you can’t support but say when you see these sweet peep-toe platform shoes. They come in antique gold as nicely as black leather and black patent leather – a valuable assortment of finishes and tones to go with your favorite outfits.

Walking Cradles are comfy as all get-out (hey, with cradle in the name, they better be!) and super cute besides. Width-wise, they come in normal widths as nicely as D (W) and EE (WW). They can be worn with organization attire or a kicky weekend skirt, so they’re versatile as properly as uber-flattering to the leg. Not to mention platform shoes give you that extra height with no killing your sweet tootsies. It’s win-win!

The high points of this shoe are:

* They’re super cushioned so you can trust in the comfort for hours.

* The outsole is non-skid which indicates no slipping and sliding.

* The platform is covered in the very same leather as the upper for a unified look.

* A fabulously comfy two.75″ heel to show off those gams with no hurting your feet.

* An effortless 7 oz. each.

The verdict is in, girls love this shoe! Here are a few choice quotes from the evaluations: “These shoes are a dream. I am three years post-foot surgery and have been wasting money on affordable shoes that elevated my pain. I put them on out of the box and wore them in the office. I have never had a pair of shoes fit me so properly and feel so comfy.”, “I am a hairdresser and on my feet all day, and this shoe is SUPER comfy! I have wide feet so I ordered the WW given that the other critiques stated the shoes ran narrow and it is great.” and “These are the most comfy shoes I have ever worn. I only wish I had much more than 1 pair. They are surely worth the cost.”

Please read our another article:Angel Cabada, KR3W and Supra Founder – A Background of Supra Sneakers.

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