*In this late-night feature – which will run Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of each week – I’ll gather up three fun items that are currently on sale online and share them with you! I would LOVE suggestions: Stylish wide-width pumps? Classic v-necked sweaters? Chandelier earrings? Petite dress slacks? What would you like to see featured?*
Ariana requested a few picks for walkable narrow-width footbed boots, so here we go:
Naturalizer Arness – was $179, now $99.99
This boot is somewhere between a riding boot and a moto with its low heel and fun buckle detail. The heel is 1.25″, shaft is 16″ and 15″ wide with a stretch panel to accomodate a slightly larger calf. Available in black and dark brown in US sizes 6 -11 in AA width. Size availability varies by color. Also available in wide calf for narrow, medium, and wide footbeds.
Clarks Wish Excite – was $150, now $118.99 – $139.95
This style features a 1.75″ heel, but also includes a slight platform so it’ll feel a bit shorter. Shaft is 14.5″ from arch and 16.5″ wide with an elastic panel at back. Clarks is a standby for comfort and support, and this boot comes highly rated. Available in black and dark brown in US sizes 7 -12 in AA width. Size availability varies by color.
Sanzia Gunner – was $189.95, now $94.50
If tall boots aren’t your speed, perhaps these booties will suit your needs a bit better! These could tuck under a pair of jeans or pair beautifully with some wooly socks and a pair of leggings. Available in black and a funky textured brown in US sizes 6 -13 in AA width. Size availability varies by color.
Other not-currently-on-sale resources for walkable narrow-width footbed boots:
- Naturalizer – Whenever I’m on the hunt for narrow shoes for clients, this brand always ends up a winner.
- Zappos – 137 pairs available in AA. Many of them are booties, but a few tall boot styles are mixed in, too.
- Nordstrom – Several flat and low-heeled options in sizes from 4A to narrow. These short moto boots are fab.
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