Customer Reviews Of:
Timberland Earthkeepers Nevali Peep-Toe Sandals - T-Strap (For Women)
Closeouts. Ruched and ready to go, Timberland's Earthkeepers Nevali Peep-Toe sandals are made of durable, long-lasting leather in the upper and footbed. A wooden stacked heel joins a 15% recycled rubber outsole for dependable traction and support.
Average Rating based on 4 reviews 4.250000 0 5
Reviewed by Zoe from San Francisco, CA on Monday, September 2, 2013I think it's a very elegant shoe. It fits true to size and conforms to your foot very nicely. The leather is soft and the ankle strap holds securely. This is probably my favorite shoe style. Although the heel is 3 inches, I found these sandals to be very comfortable and stable. I recently went to a party and was very pleased with the fit. I wouldn't necessarily dance in these shes because the sole is some sort of rubbery material and you need leather for dancing, but for moving around, meandering, and standing they are very comfortable. I highly recommend these sandals.
Reviewed by mcv123 from NC on Wednesday, July 24, 2013Love these stylish Timberland sandals. They look great with long or short dresses/skirts. They are comfortable for office or church, but not to wear when standing or walking for long periods of time. Of course, I don't wear 3 inch heels often. They are narrow made, so would be very tight on a wider foot. They are true to size however. The leather is very soft, almost suede-like. Would totally recommend these shoes. I'll be shopping again for Timberland shoes. Great quality and price.
Reviewed by Rose from Glen Ellyn on Tuesday, July 16, 2013I don't know if I could walk a mile in these shoes, but they are quite comfortable for walking a few blocks.
Reviewed by cindys from washington on Saturday, May 18, 2013I imagine that these would have been great shoes to own had I received a wearable pair instead of two right shoes. Very disappointing to have paid shipping to receive and then return this product even though there was no way I could have used it. I quality assurance measures are needed.