OTZ Shoes 300GMS Goat Suede Shoes - Slip-Ons (For Women)

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About OTZ Shoes 300GMS Goat Suede Shoes - Slip-Ons (For Women)

Closeouts. The OTZ Shoes 300GMS goat suede shoes offer an earthy take on the slipper. The stretchy, soft goat suede upper is stitched directly to the jute fiber/rubber outsole to avoid the use of glues, and the removable CORKlite footbed cushions every stride with a full-contoured design.


Specs about OTZ Shoes 300GMS Goat Suede Shoes - Slip-Ons (For Women)

  • Upper: Suede
  • Lining: Leather
  • Removable insole
  • Outsole: Rubber and jute
  • Weight (pair): 15.6 oz.
  • All specs based on size 8
  • Made in China
  • Half sizes order up
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3.906666 5 Overall Rating: 3.9 Based on 75 reviews

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Reviewed by RV Gal from Colorado on Tuesday, April 19, 2016
If this review shows up twice, I apologize but I think the first one was lost in computer and....anyway here goes. I have researched these OTZ shoes all over the internet to get an idea of sizing, comfort, pricing etc. and have read all the reviews out there I think before purchasing. I was very ... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Classic from California on Wednesday, March 8, 2017
    I had never bought a pair of OTZ shoes before seeing these magical burnt orange shoes on the clearance sale. OMG, they are the most comfortable thing ever and very true to size. I had thought they would be more like a house slipper, but I wore them out and got huge compliments, plus my feet felt and looked great!!!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by TheKk from Maryland on Monday, January 9, 2017
    Got these on clearance. Love them so much I bought three more pairs. So comfortable!!
  • Reviewed by Woody from Alpharetta GA on Saturday, January 7, 2017
    Came across OTZ when looking for a Birkenstock equivalent in shoe form and was amazed at the price offered for these on STP. I bought two pairs - one in Goat Suede (orange) and one in red leather both in size 37. I'm a 36 B(regular width) in Birkenstocks and probably US size 6.5 - 7 in other ballet and slip-on shoes but with the reviews I went up a size. And I'm so soo glad I did! The 37 length fit perfect and probably could have been more perfect if it was another half a size larger to make room for socks if so inclined - I didn't try the 38's. The cork footbed is slightly narrower than a Birki regular width. Because of the soft leather/suede, you can see the slight outline of my toes at the end of the shoe.
    I like the removable cork footbed and imagine they will get even more comfortable with wear. I can feel the arch support but it's not as pronounced as and an orthopedic insole or the Vionics or Chacos.
    Here's where my word of caution comes in - while they are comfortable once I get my foot in - they are not that easy to slip on! If you have high instep - these would be impossible to put on. I have skinny feet and still had trouble and I can feel the leather edge pressing onto the top of my foot. Also there is a design difference between the two pairs - the leather pair had elastic sides that stretches - so helpful and is immediately comfortable to wear, but the suede pair doesn't and so I'm going to assume that the suede will stretch out over time.
    I've read that you can make it into a slip-on by folding down the heel piece so I placed the footbed above the fold and they work fine but you would still need to use your hands to get the shoes on which completely defeats the purpose!
    Long story short, these may not suit everyone even if you get the sizing right. The leather pair with the elastic is better designed than the suede. I'm keeping both, one to wear as slippers in hopes that the top suede will stretch, and only because of the great STP prices. I could even reuse the removable footbed as an insole for another shoe (haven't tried that yet). No way would I have paid full price for these as I have with Birkenstocks.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by luvsplants from Idaho on Tuesday, January 3, 2017
    The only color left was pale yellow. Not very practical for outdoors, but would've been fine for house slippers except that they were a little too small. Tried going up one size and they were too big. They don't have half sizes. Sent them back.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by bargain hunter from SC on Sunday, January 1, 2017
    I was so excited about getting these to wear to the Clemson University playoff game. They were so small I couldn't get my foot in them. I ordered the size I always wear, but I will have to say it is the first time I have been dissatisfied with a purchase. I have been a customer of Sierra for many years and have always had excellent service and good buys.

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    • I wear a size 7 as well and I ordered a size 38. I love them and glad I got a 38 epilogue want smaller. My other shoes i wear are also size 38. My suggestion is Check out your other shoes and see what size you typically wear.
      Answered on 10/11/2016 8:01:39 PM by Patty from Washington
    • Definitely go up to the 38. I wear a true size 8 and I always order a 39 in OTZ. My toe comes to the end of the shoe so wouldn't want smaller.
      Answered on 10/11/2016 8:08:45 PM by RV Gal from CO
    • I ordered the suggested size (I'm a 9/9.5) in 40 and 39. The 39 was in the fabric version and fit snugly but comfortably. This goat suede version in a size 40 fits well through the foot bed but is tight over the top of my foot.If you order up a size, the foot bed will be larger, but it might make the material less tight over the top of your foot.
      Answered on 10/11/2016 8:17:59 PM by Shoozy from Minnesota
    • thanks to all those who responded. i decided to go up to 38 and see how it fits. fingers crossed:)
      Answered on 10/11/2016 8:43:13 PM by D.S. from Traveler
    • I wear a 39, ordered my size, and it fit fine. Although I returned them (for other reasons) the size seemed to be right on. I should note that I intended to wear them without socks. It may be that if you want to wear socks with these you should size up.
      Answered on 10/11/2016 9:47:48 PM by Laurie from Oregon
    • I wear an 8 or 8.5 depending on the shoe and if I need to wear socks. I ordered a 38 and I am happy with the fit in general. I will tell you that i have very high arches and I did put shoe trees in them for a little to stretch the area that goes over the top of my foot a little. They are a struggle to get on but I think if I bought a 39 they would have been very floppy on my foot and since they are suede, they will stretch the more you wear them, and I didn't want them to be way too big. The length fits perfectly and they are so comfortable to wear. I would suggest buying the 37 personally.
      Answered on 10/12/2016 3:41:58 AM by pjl from Michigan
    • I wear a size 10 and ordered that size ... and the shoes fit fine with plenty of toe wiggling room. Hope a size 7 person can be more helpful ...
      Answered on 10/12/2016 7:34:03 AM by Vermont Fan from Vermont
    • I would definitely go up s size. They run short in the toe area. They are also a tight squeeze to slip on and you will appreciate the xtra room. Hope you enjoy yours as much as I love mine!
      Answered on 10/12/2016 8:36:28 AM by Deb from Kansas from Kansas
    • It should be US7=38. If you know your European size order by that and disregard US sizing. I am US10=41 always, for OTZ and virtually every other brand of shoe I wear.
      The separate issue that I had with this particular OTZ shoe was the too tight instep. Other materials were fine.
      Answered on 10/12/2016 8:48:43 AM by Neko from Michigan
    • I wear a size 37 in Birkinstocks, and assumed these would be the same. No. My toes hit the end of the shoes, and I had to return them. On a good note, the shoes felt like Birks for a fraction of the cost. I would definitely order a size 38 if you normally wear a size 7.
      Answered on 10/12/2016 2:39:40 PM by Tracy from Iowa
    • I am a size 9 I ordered a euro size 40 which is about a half size to a size larger.. The shoes i love but the leather stretches a lot and they flop on my feet now unless I wear thick socks. I only wear them in the house so not a problem I would say if you plan to wear with thick socks consider a half size larger but it with thin socks or none at all your actual size should be fine they stretch a lot
      Answered on 10/14/2016 9:57:26 AM by Barb from NY
    • You might pass on these because I wear a 9 and ordered the 39. I think 40 would have given me a little more room in the toes. Plus with your high arch they will be difficult to slip on. You should definitely try this brand in another style some time. They are very comfy.
      Answered on 10/2/2016 12:55:43 PM by Deb from Kansas from Kansas
    • I had ordered them and loved them. Also have a very high instep and arch and could not get them on my foot.
      I don't think a size up would help as it's all in the very small opening. I had to, sadly, return mine.
      Hope this helps!
      Answered on 10/2/2016 12:56:24 PM by TB from MN
    • I usually wear 8-8.5 and i ordered an 8. I have very high arches and these fit tight across the top of my foot. i have shoe trees that i put in them to stretch them slightly, but any bigger and they wouldn't fit on my foot for long. They will stretch out as you wear them. They are great shoes!
      Answered on 10/2/2016 1:21:35 PM by pjl from Michigan
    • Hi ... I wear a size 10 as well and have these shoes in the gray color. I love them because they are light, comfy, easy to walk in, and very unique looking ... sort of a soft suede espadrille or peasant shoe. The 10 fits me perfectly, with plenty of room for my toes. I have worn them without socks, but will likely wear a thin sock as the weather gets cooler. I don't see myself wearing these outside during a Vermont winter though! I don't know what to tell you about the high arch issue ... I guess I have regular arches. The shoes are definitely not slip on ... you put your forefoot in, then take the soft back in your fingers and slip your heel in ... then you are very snugly in and they stay on your feet without slipping. Good luck!
      Answered on 10/2/2016 3:02:15 PM by Vermont Fan from Vermont
    • Even though the fit was rather tight, I decided to keep these and hope that they will stretch. Just wearing them a couple of hours a day every once in a while. If you 'must have' these shoes, be prepared for some discomfort at first until they stretch out. Otherwise, look for something else. I can't suggest others in this style.
      Answered on 10/2/2016 6:04:58 PM by ombaby from Wisconsin
    • I have these in a 39 and I wear an 8.5. Super comfortable. Maybe worth a shot? STP return policy is great!
      Answered on 10/2/2016 6:36:56 PM by KT from NC
    • I wear a size 9.5 and ordered up. I couldn't even get my hand in these shoes. The length of the shoe is not the issue. It's the space from top to the insole of the shoe that is ridiculously tiny. Your foot would have to be flat like a cardboard cutout to fit into this shoe. The footbed is like the sole of a birkenstock but removable, which is weird. But even with the thick cork footbed removed, the shoe is too small.
      Answered on 10/2/2016 7:44:44 PM by Riverwoman from Arkansas
    • Yes skip these, you wont even be able to get them on if you have high arches,
      unless you stretch them out somehow.
      Go for any if the espadrilles to start!
      Answered on 10/2/2016 8:22:38 PM by Neko from michigan
    • I share your admission, I also have a LOT of shoes. I received these as a gift. They are okay once they are on, however, they are a struggle to get into. I think that with high arches it will be even more of a struggle and may not fit properly because they are tight across the in step. They are more like a slipper than a shoe. If I were you, I would pass.
      Answered on 10/2/2016 8:36:37 PM by Smee from Wisconsin
    • If you don't have a problem with birkenstock or dansko in your normal size, it's probably fine. If your instep (top of the foot above the arch) frequently has discomfort from laces, seams, tags, or other tongue pressure, you might have trouble. Many of the other OTZ models (made from woven fabrics with less give) have an elastic gusset which might make the difference. But in spite of the soft leather, the stitched edge of the opening in front of the ankle on this shoe is short and inelastic.

      I found the length true to size, and the width (actual width of footbed) generous. The shoe is meant to fit just slightly snugly (except at the toebox, which is roomy) at first, then stretch/compress and loosen. I suspect sizing up wouldn't help if it's the instep that concerns you (that's just my experience with shoes that are shaped like this--I frequently size up a half size or buy men's shoes, which have more volume/girth in the midfoot). This one spot on the shoe is not meant to stretch or loosen.

      Returns aren't free, here, so that might help make the choice if you're ordering online. I conflated two product descriptions and thought this one had gusset. It doesn't. This one: http://www.sierratradingpost.com/otz-shoes-waxed-canvas-espadrilles-for-women~p~159wm/?filterString=s~otz%2F does. And this one: http://www.sierratradingpost.com/otz-shoes-textile-espadrilles-for-women~p~159wn/?merch=prod-rec-prod159WN .
      Answered on 10/3/2016 2:50:36 PM by KB from Montana
    • I ordered them in my regular size and they fit fine as a matter of fact after wearing them for awhile they are now stretched out and a bit floppy unless i wear a thicker sock .. I wanted them for around the house wear not sure i would wear them out .. they are very cute and at a great price. I love them.. they are supportive for those of us with high arches.. Go for it!
      Answered on 10/4/2016 6:50:29 AM by Barb from New York

About OTZ Shoes

The story behind OTZ Shoes began more than 5,000 years ago with a man exploring what would eventually be named the Otztal Alps in Northern Italy. Today, that man is known as Otzi the Iceman. After learning that Otzi had been discovered wearing a simple pair of flat-soled deer hide and bearskin shoes, the founders of OTZ Shoes had an epiphany: Modern footwear had simply become too complicated. This notion soon led the creators of OTZ sandals, flip-flops and espadrille shoes to start building footwear with premium, lightweight textiles and a simple, zero-drop design that follows the natural shape of the foot. The result is footwear that feels instinctively comfortable. Try a pair of OTZ Shoes and rediscover simplicity.