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Published on April 23rd, 2012 | by Kirsten Borrink

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5 Gorgeous Summer Sandals for Narrow to Wide Feet by NAYA

Naya cecilia

Do you have narrow feet that crave a shoe with high-style and all-day comfort? Or maybe your wide feet have tired of the same blasé style from the same brand specializing in wide shoes. Are you willing to spend a little more for a comfortable shoe that exemplifies good craftsmanship and fits well? Then Naya may be the brand for you.

The Cecilia above features a cork/latex-cushioned insole and 3/4" platform for stability. The vegetable-tanned leather is soft and has a sort of rustic look. I read two reviews that stated the Cecilia has moderate arch support and fits true to size and width. Available in sizes 4-12, narrow to wide widths. $134 at Zappos, $129.99 at Naturalizer.com, $149.95 at Shoebuy.

Naya palomi

2.  Naya Palomi: A great option not only for wide feet, but for "thick" ankles! Not as supportive as a Naot sandal, but they aren't pancake flat either. $130 at Zappos, $130 at PlanetShoes.com.
Naya eternal

3.  Naya Eternal: See the difference between Naya's footbed and other wedge heels? You can tell Naturalizer's sister company cares about comfort; more arch support than average, slight contour at heel and a layer of memory foam cushioning. This style runs more narrow than others. $145 at Naturalizer.com, $145 at Zappos, $145 at PlanetShoes.com.
Naya tawny

4.  Naya Tawny: Zappos has the Tawny's heel height at 3 1/4", but that's incorrect. It's under three inches, at 2 3/4". Two adjustable buckles allow you to customize the fit further. On sale for $83.99 at Zappos.
Naya nalani

5.  Naya Nalani: Height without the incline. It may have a three-inch heel, but that platform is a sturdy one and a half inches tall. Available in sizes 5-12, three widths for $140 at PlanetShoes.com, $139.95 at Shoebuy and $140 at Naturalizer.com.

Do you own a pair of Naya shoes? Do you find them to be more comfortable than other fashion heels or flats? 

Want to try a pair of Naya shoes on the cheap? Check out Amazon's deals on previous seasons' styles.


About the Author

Kirsten Borrink

Blogger, Wife, Mom, Dog-Lover, Coffee Drinker, Owl Watcher.



9 Responses to 5 Gorgeous Summer Sandals for Narrow to Wide Feet by NAYA

  1. Bianca says:

    I own the Naya Maize and it is AMAZING! So much more comfortable than other shoes I have worn. I can walk around all day in these and my feet don’t hurt.
    Put it this way, I own a pair of Privos. The Nayas are so much more comfortable (not to mention cuter).
    Now if only I can find something cuter and more comfortable to replace my Privos…THEN I’d be set.

  2. Bianca,

    Funny you should mention Privo. I feel they’re overrated for comfort since they’re by Clark’s. I too have been looking for an alternative sneaker/flat type shoe with more support than Privo.

    The Naya Maize IS beautiful!

  3. Bianca says:

    Oh good! I thought it was just me!
    I was considering the Crocs Hover Slip On Canvas but am unsure. I hear Crocs are comfortable but I know they don’t have much arch support.

  4. Theresa says:

    The Naya Eternal is SOOOO cute! I’d be afraid there wouldn’t be enough arch support for my high arches and PF though. :-(

  5. Kristen says:

    GREAT recommendations! I love when you find the pretty sandals. Those Cecilia’s are calling my name.

  6. Hi Kristen!

    The Cecilia is my favorite too and it comes in the current nude tones.

  7. janelle says:

    The Chicago Sun-Times just had an article yesterday about summer shoes…. most looked like these but – well – uncomfortable.

    it is so nice that Kirsten is ahead of the pack keeping us fashion forward before major news outlets.

    Thanks K!! You’re the DOG!!! :)

  8. Rose says:

    Boy, those Naya Cecilias are ringing my bell.

  9. Susannawang says:

    Those shoes are suit for summer,and I like the third one.

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