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Stitched petal designs lend charm to this simple yet elegant-chic design from Aravon. With its soft leather upper, dual hook-and-loop closures, and cushy foam footbed, the Rita is super-comfy and ideal for almost any casual outing. How cute this would look with a pair of rolled-up boyfriend jeans and flowery tee!
Aravon understands the precise role each pair of shoes plays in a woman's wardrobe and they applaud it. They appreciate the fact that you've got a million things to do and the last thing you need is aching feet. They know the damage caused by bad shoes, whether they injure the foot, ankle, knees or the ego. They are a few seasoned shoe developers who believe that footwear should support a woman's sense of wellbeing as well as her sense of style.
I have even had to wear them indoors because my slippers were not supportive enough, and they are so-o-o-o-o comfortable.
I was looking for rocker type shoes, because my feet do not get as tired if I used that type of shoe for long walks. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Leslie Rinnan
This is my fourth pair of Aravon shoes, my first pair of sandals from Aravon, but will definetly not be my last. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Linda Roy
My daughter found these shoes on Amazon because I required a wider shoe beyond the WW size that I had worn for years. The swelling has been caused by diabetic complications. Read morePublished 22 months ago by sue1955
These sandals are very comfortable and look good. They run a little narrower than the older Aravons that I own, but they still fit my 2E width fine. Read morePublished 23 months ago by hsuzyq
These sandals are both cute and comfortable...
Very nice semi-dressy sandal. I appreciate the availability of large sizes for ladies with pontoon feet... like me!
This is a very comfortable sandal. Deep heal seat. Can wear them all day. Love Aravon sandals. Have seven pairs.Published on April 5, 2012 by Cheri W. Astrahan