About Born Petrina Leather Slides (For Women)
Closeouts. Some shoes are works of art, and Born's Patrina slide is just that. An elegantly heeled peep toe with a gorgeous fold-over cuff, this shoe loves the company of skinny jeans and other high-fashion venues.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sylvia from Santa Barbara on Monday, December 29, 2014Bought these shoes and love them so much I bought another pair so I have them for a long time (when the others wear out). Even though they have high heels they are very sturdy.
Super-comfortable too. Highly recommend.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sylvia from Santa Barbara on Friday, April 18, 2014I looooooooove these slides. They are very well made, sturdy, stylish and comfortable. I definitely recommend them
Reviewed by sam from CO on Monday, March 31, 2014The HOTTEST & most comfortable shoe I’ve ever owned. My hubby wasn’t wild about them, until he saw them on. LOVE!! Super comfortable, look awesome with skirts and jeans AND leggings. Wish they sold them in more colors. These are lighter than pictured, a medium caramel color, and mine had scuffs but they look good scuffed. Kinda elegant casual.
Mine fit true to size, but if ever you get smallish leather shoes, try spraying rubbing alcohol and water (1:1 ratio) on tight shoes while wearing. Test on inside corner, but it hasn’t discolored in my experience. Spray again after it disappears, keep up until your shoes fit great.
Reviewed by Angelina Marie from Monterey CA on Monday, August 12, 2013I own 4 pair of Born Sandal platforms, and so this is my first purchase from Sierra. I see the color shown looks dark., i ordered the last of a size 6 (born does not have 1/2 sizes) My other Borns are a size 6 ~ these are a light tan, not as shown as a drk brown in the picture. They barely have enough room in the toes, very tight. Costs so much to send back. Mine had scratches on them. duh! im trying to wear them as hurtful as it is with socks to stretch them out ? Be careful they are small.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by sen from West Sacramento, CA on Saturday, December 15, 2012Returned unable to wear shoes without pain.