Most comfortable shoe I own -
I have tried just about every expensive comfort shoe there is - Kumfs
, Think, Naot
, etc - and Finn Comforts are by far the most comfortable shoe ever. I need a lot of arch support
because my arches collapse/overpronate when I walk. The cork footbed feels nice the minute you put it on, but every day you wear them, they feel better and better because the cork molds to your foot. I've worn the patent black Mumbai for about 6 months now and it doesn't show any real wear because it's such a solidly made shoe. The patent dresses
it up a bit. I actually pulled it off at my law firm. Women compliment me on them all the time, although sadly the women who compliment them are always over 40 and I am 25. I definitely wish it looked younger and hipper like the Think! shoes, but I take what I can get. Think! shoes feel awful compared to Finns. Even better, if the footbed ever wears out, you can order a new footbed. You can also replace the footbed with an orthotic. It is worth every penny and lasts forever. Don't waste your money trying to buy other brands
that just won't cut it. Just go for it and you won't regret it. The only drawback to the Mumbai is that the leather was uncomfortable across my fourth toe the first week or so that I wore them, but after that, they were great.