There’s no need to squeeze your foot into a sandal that’s too narrow, especially when feet tend to swell in the warm weather. Today, there are lots of options when it comes to wide-width sandals from leading comfort brands. In fact, they’re incorporating the silhouette into some of their most popular styles.
And for even more wearability, many of the looks are designed with adjustable straps so you can achieve a customized fit — especially since no two feet are alike.
To make your shopping more streamlined, we’ve found some of the best options to buy now. Read on to shop them all.
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1. Clarks Leisa Cacti Slide
This slip-on style comfortably fits around hammertoes and bunions thanks to adjustable hook-and-loop close straps.
Pros: Style is true to size both in length and width. Features a molded outsole that is lightweight and flexible.
Cons: Foot may slip inside shoe due to limited traction on the insole lining.
2. Easy Street Bolt Flat Sandal
The perfect sandal for dressing up or down, this style comes with a low wedge for all-day comfort.
Pros: Features a lightly cushioned footbed. Non-slip flexible outsole offers enhanced stability on a range of surfaces. Style is super lightweight and easy to take care of due to the synthetic upper material.
Cons: Uppers may be stiff initially. Arch arch support is minimal.
3. Rockport Cobb Hill Aubrey
This classic T-strap style is a great option for office wear, featuring an easy to walk in mid-heel height.
Pros: Insole provides arch support and T-strap designs offers extra security. Heel height is comfortable, yet high enough to look dressy. Roomy toe box can accommodate foot issues such as bunions.
Cons: Leather may be stiff out of the box. Arch support is minimal.