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Ahhhhh, Dansko. There you go again. Doing your all-day comfort thing. Making us feel so good on our feet. With excellent arch support and legendary comfort, you let us stand longer than ever. And with great styles in a range of heel heights, you have us feeling all tingly inside, just like the day we first met. When wife and husband team, Mandy Cabot and Peter Kjellerup discovered the world's most comfortable shoe in a tiny shop in Denmark in 1990, they just had to bring some home for their friends. When their friends tried them on, they told their friends. And just like that, a shoe company was born. Now Dansko not only sells their original clogs, but also heels, boots, sandals, wedges and flats too! Every style features the Dansko DNA - materials and construction carefully selected to promote good foot, leg and back health, so that you can stand better, for longer. Say goodbye to choosing between looking good and feeling good. And say hello to having it all.
Comfort comes packaged in sweet style with the Dansko Cerise mary-jane shoe, part of the Dansko Calais collection. Crafted from Nappa or burnished full grain leather, this women's slip-on shoe is accented with perforations for breathability and has both an elasticized back collar and elastic instep strap for give and easy on/off. Underfoot, the removable, dual-density polyurethane/EVA insole is topped with a plush layer of memory foam; the microfiber sockliner assists in drawing moisture away from the foot. The Dansko Cerise mary jane is finished with a flexible rubber sole to provide grip and durability to your everyday adventures.
Dressy and yet supportive at the same time. I am very happy with the color and versatlity of this shoe.Published 11 months ago by reader
This is amazing I found them for around $50 dollars normally about $110-120. So I snatched up the deal! I love them so much. They are still getting broken in. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dani Nieman