About Mephisto Idelia Shoes - Suede Slip-Ons (For Women)
Discontinued colors and styles. If you're on your feet all day, you'll love the springy cushion built into Mephisto's Idelia shoe — a fine suede slip-on with a pleasing profile and O-ring decor. Soft-Air technology is literally like walking on air, relieving impact on the knees, hips and lower back.
All pressure points lined with latex foam
Calfskin leather linings naturally treated to control moisture and odor
Reviewed by Busy doc from Iowa City, IA on Saturday, December 5, 2009
I am a big Mephisto fan. I bought one pair and found that they fit perfectly and can be worn all day with no discomfort. I am a busy professional and travel a lot, often taking only one pair of shoes. They are also a versatile style that can be worn to work or to a luxurious restaurant, as well a...
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Reviewed by finntastic from Buckeye, AZ on Tuesday, June 21, 2011
These are half a size bigger than my Mephisto Mobils but feel narrower in forefoot (fit in heel is fine, usually a problem for me if I buy a wide shoe). Waited them to stretch a bit as the leather is not super stiff buit it never happened. Footbed is not very supportive either.
Reviewed by Ella from The Salish Sea on Sunday, February 13, 2011
I rarely get a shoe that doesn't fit because my foot is not wide or narrow -- it's between a 6-1/2 and 7 so size US 7 (or euro 37) are a sure thing for me. I was very excited about these shoes. I had been looking forward to getting a pair of Mephisto's for a long time because I had always read they were incredible, but they were also very expensive -- too far out of my comfort zone. Once I saw the price of these at STP I had to go for it! I couldn't wait til they arrived -- I envisioned the best fit ever and a new favorite shoe -- a real treat for my feet. Instead I was terribly disappointed -- these shoes are not special at all. They are not as well made as Josef Siebel or Born, or even Rogue. And they are not nearly as comfortable as those either. I kept trying to break them in because I thought they'd be great for a laid back sophisticated look but once I got them stretched wide enough (they are very stiff and narrow), I found that the padding was so poor under the balls of my feet that they would quickly ache. I ended up putting them in the [...] bin. I hope somebody loves them. I would have liked to.