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Published on July 7th, 2015 | by Kirsten Borrink

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Clark’s Okena Mod Sandal: High-Heeled Comfort

Clark's Okena Mod

If you can’t wear heels, look here for an equally stylish option by Clark’s. But, if you can handle an almost 3″ heel with a slight platform, consider the Clarks Okena Mod BlackClark’s Okena Mod.  As you may know, it’s nearly impossible to find ankle support in a strappy number. With the Okena Mod, your ankles are wrapped up securely in soft leather and fastened with a chunky buckle.Okena Mod

From reviews I’ve read, the ankle strap works for both narrow and wide ankles. Customers love the cushioned footbed and the sturdy, yet tapered heel. The Okena Mod seems to run true to size. If your foot is on the wider side, you might want to order up a half size. The nude color is chic and versatile but the sandal also comes in black.

The Okena Mod has a sister shoe, the Okena Sass, an open-toe shootie with the same tapered heel and cushioned footbed.

The Clark’s Okena Mod is available for $66-140 at Amazon, $120 at Zappos, $139.95 at OnlineShoes.com, $119.95 at FootwearEtc.com.

 


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5 Responses to Clark’s Okena Mod Sandal: High-Heeled Comfort

  1. Marla says:

    I just got the Clarks Auriel Fin – a similar look on a wedge. My foot is wide and the wide works with no problem…the velcro on the ankle strap is a little thick for my taste but the rest of the shoe makes up for it.

    http://www.zappos.com/clarks-auriel-fin-gold-leather?ef_id=5oJPuR96gAUAABx2:20150707025131:s

  2. cedar says:

    That is a Beauty-full shoe. And to know that form follows function with the design, I really think the designer should win a prize. That is the most well thought out sandal/shoe of it’s type I have seen in a very long time.

    Thank you for this post. If I *need* such a high sandal shoe, that’s THE One.

  3. Dianne Payne says:

    Hi! Enjoyed your site! I found a doc’s blog on your site (Podiatric Surgeon) and I’ve lost it. She referred to her own website, which I meant to check out, but I navigated off of the site by accident. Now I can’t find it! Can you help please?

  4. Val says:

    Does anyone have any experience with the Naturalizer Vibrant? I have RA and bunionettes, and I’m looking for a heeled sandal that I can wear to work with capris.

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