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Birkenstock Alternatives – Lots of Adorable Options!
Do you love Birkenstock sandals, but find them too pricey for your budget? Or maybe you’re drawn to the legendary comfort and support of their cork footbeds but need something different style-wise. If so, we proudly present you our list of great Birkenstock alternatives. From wallet-friendly lookalikes to various style options, we’re sure our alternatives to Birkenstock will help every shoe-shopping Goldilocks find the sandal that’s just right!
If Birk styling works for you but price is your concern, here are four wallet-friendly options:
The White Mountain Carly comes in many colors and even a couple of cute florals, with lots of favorable reviews for comfort and a great price point.
The Eastland Women’s Shauna slide is another budget-friendly option, and features a memory foam insole which will feel more cushiony than a traditional cork footbed.
If you want a sleeker, sexier look, the Ahnu Serena is a great option (and happens to be a personal favorite of some of us here at the Barking Dog.)
Need to keep your toes and/or heels covered? Consider the Ahnu Karma, which has earned literally hundreds of five-star online reviews. The Naot Yarrow is another great covered-heel option with trendy ghillie styling for an adjustable fit, and a removable footbed if you wear a custom orthotic.
Want some height? The Kork Ease Austin combines the comfort of cork with a stylish high heel.
Do your feet prefer stretchy uppers? The VVFamily Cork Slide looks like a winner – they get great online reviews, and are also easy on the budget.
If a slight heel rise and the security of a buckled ankle strap appeal to you, the Taos Sadie might be just your sandal. It’s available in solid colors to work with any wardrobe, but we especially love the beautiful multi-tone styles.
Dressing up? The Sofft Vanita has us swooning (and it comes in a wide width)!
Have you sought out any Birkenstock alternatives on your own? Let us know what you’ve found – we love hearing from readers!