Reviewed by Mel from Texas on Monday, October 14, 2013
MBTs are pricy shoes but they really work for me. My arthritic foot and back love MBTs. I can walk without pain. This particular shoe is so comfortable I wear it like a sandal- no socks or hose. Very sorry that this is discontinued, but I was thrilled to get an extra pair in my size for less that 30% of the original price.
Thanks STP for your great selection and wonderful discounts!
Reviewed by Looking for Comfort and Style from Stokesdale, NC on Sunday, December 23, 2012
I purchased these a 1/2 size larger than my normal size since they're sneaker type and I'd wear them with socks. They fit me perfectly and oh, so comfortable. I have a pair of leather MBT Mary Janes and thought they were the best shoes, but this sneaker version is even more comfortable. It's like walking on pillows of air and feels so good on the legs and lower back. I got the best deal on these from Sierra Trading Post!
Reviewed by Southern Belle from Bowling Green, KY on Monday, October 22, 2012
I started wearing MBT shoes because of bone spurs in my heels and knees. Now I own about 8 pairs. This is my second pair of Biridi/Mary Janes. I exercise (walk, elliptical, treadmill) every day for several hours and this is my shoe of choice. They are so comfortable and I feel like they really support my feet. I won't say it cured my bone spurs, but they're gone now, and I'm sticking with MBT shoes.
Reviewed by Magster from Norcal on Monday, October 8, 2012
I ordered 2 pair of MBT shoes because they were suggested by my podiatrist for relief of metatarsalgia. SO when my left foot graduates from the CAM boot, I can give a better review. I've worn the right MBT shoe and it is easy to walk in, fairly comfortable [I have high arches] and matches the height of the boot I'm wearing so my hips and thus my gait is more even.
Best Uses: Casual Wear, School, Work
Cons: A bit stiff
Describe Yourself: Conservative
Pros: Comfortable, Cushions Impact, Good Arch Support, Stable
Reviewed by Dr. E from Columbus, OH on Saturday, July 21, 2012
This is a beautiful shoe, but I have tendon problems after taking Levaquin, they are downright dangerous! The strain on my foot, ankle, and leg made them dangerous. The rocking movement made me totally unstable.