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- Please note: Naot advises this style runs a size large.
If you normally wear a size 37 (US Women's 6-6.5), you may want to order a size 36 (US Women's 5-5.5).
- The Kirei mary jane is from the Naot® Koru Collection, which runs as a Medium width.
- Let your beauty radiate inside and out with the Naot® Footwear Kirei mary jane.
- Suede, patent and premium leather upper creates the stylish-yet-casual look you deserve.
- Hook-and-loop closure at mary jane strap for an adjustable fit.
- Leather interior lining, padded heel cup and lining at vamp for improved comfort.
- Removable, anatomically correct natural latex and cork footbed coated in suede and contoured to adapt to the shape of your feet.
- Suede coating at footbed helps absorbs moisture to keep your feet fresh all day.
- Quality polyurethane outsole textured for an improved walking experience.
- We also carry replacement footbeds for the Kirei.
- Heel Height: 1 in
- Weight: 9 oz
- Platform Height: 1⁄2 in
- Product measurements were taken using size 38 (US Women's 7), width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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0% Full size too large
5% Half size too Large
81% True to size
10% Half size too small
3% Full size too small
90% Felt true to width
6% Felt narrower than marked
4% Felt wider than marked
65% Excellent arch support
35% Moderate arch support
1% No arch support
Naot Footwear Kirei
I have traveled over 3,000,000 air miles internationally and I can slip these on and off at security, be comfortable on my flight and then put on my other heeled Naots when I arrive overseas for a formal meeting. Naot -- any style -- and Zappos are the best! What would I do without you?!
- Anonymous - customer
- from West Kingston, RI
- March 8, 2012
Love look and feel. Ordered two more in same style but different colors. Have bunions, wide feet with narrow heel and high arch and must wear orthotics. Very comfortable for long periods. Strap is long enough for a high arch and feels secure and comfortable. Cute too!
I'd also recommend: SAS, Merrill
Felt true to size
Felt wider than marked
- Pat - customer
- from Fayetteville, GA
- March 7, 2012
I love them! I bought these shoes 6 weeks ago. I've been looking for a good pair of stylish walking shoes for quite some time. I have never paid over a certain amount for a pair of shoes, but after reading the reviews, I decided to try them. They are worth every penny. It took one good day of walking around in these shoes for them to conform to my footbed, and ever since I have been walking on a cloud. I frequently go into the city (SF) for work and I do a LOT of walking from BART to the office. Our company has 2 offices in SF, several blocks apart, so I frequently walk between the offices several times a day. These shoes are so comfortable and my feet do not get tired, I have never had a single blister, and I'm always glad I wore them. I don't consider this purchase a splurge, but an investment. I highly recommend them.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Sacramento, CA
- December 7, 2011
Needed something comfortable to wear traveling that didn't look like an athletic shoe. Read all the reviews and decided to bite the bullet (so expensive). They are comfortable, but I don't think there is a shoe made I can stand in all day. One reason they are so expensive is that they are not made in China, and for that I'm willing to pay more. Comfortable, cute, dressy if you want them to be. I would recommend if you can afford them. If you have bad feet, expense is probably not an issue anyway! If you don't have bad feet,there are a lot of options out there that are not quite so expensive. I originally ordered the 8 (I wear and 8.5) but had to send back for the 9 which fits great with a pair of socks.
- Anonymous - customer
- from San Antonio, TX
- February 20, 2012
I love this shoe and it is flattering on; however, sizing down one size as Naot suggests did not work for me. I usually wear a 9 1/2 M but the nine was just too short on one foot. I instead got another pair of Matai in a 9 which I can wear very comfortably. Perfect and so very cushy!
Felt a half size larger than marked
Felt true to width
Moderate arch support
- Susan S - customer
- from Portland, Oregon
- February 3, 2012