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Drew Kerry Slip-On Shoes

Item #: 86225
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Drew Women’s Kerry Slip-On Shoes — extra roomy solutions for problem feet

If you’re one of the millions of women with problem-prone feet, this great-looking, adjustable slip-on is made just for you. The removable Commuter Comfort System™, a clear gel insole with a leather sockliner, provides additional depth to accommodate orthotics. The patched leather, patent and suede combination upper looks and feels beautiful, while a firm heel counter offers extra stability. Orthotic-Friendly.

 

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Features & Benefits of Drew Women’s Kerry Slip-On Shoes:

  • Removable Commuter Comfort System clear gel insole adds extra cushioning under your feet.
  • Rubber outsole provides sure footing that won’t weigh you down.
  • Tempered steel shank adds support and stability and enhances arch support.
  • Dual-density heel with EVA offers excellent shock absorption.

Other Important Information About Drew Women’s Kerry Slip-On Shoes:

  • Material Content: leather / patent / suede upper, leather lining and sockliner, polyurethane with Poron® insole and midsole, rubber outsole, steel shank.
  • Care: Leather: Buff with a leather cleaner or polish. Wipe off with a dry cloth. Suede: Lightly brush with a soft to medium brush.
  • Imported.

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I was excited to get these shoes so I could put my orthotics in them and not feel like I was falling out of the shoe. But I could not wear these for more than 5 minutes. Even without the inserts and orthotics. The part of the shoe that goes over the top of the foot digs into your foot and has no flexibility so you get blisters. I am very disappointed that I spent all that money on these shoes that I will probably never wear.
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