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Published on April 23rd, 2012 | by Kirsten Borrink


5 Gorgeous Naya Shoes – Sandals for Narrow to Wide Feet

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, $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.
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, $145 at Zappos.
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 $139.95 at Shoebuy and $140 at

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.

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9 Responses to 5 Gorgeous Naya Shoes – Sandals for Narrow to Wide Feet

  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. Kirsten@BarkingDogShoes says:


    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. Kirsten@BarkingDogShoes says:

    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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