Double Strap Slide Sandals Old Navy I Editor’s Review

I may be late for the game, but I recently discovered the sheer genius of Old Navy’s footwear section. As someone who has had bad luck with expensive shoes in the past, I just assumed the worst when it came to retailer selection. (assume nothingy’all!) But when I came across the linen blend pointy toe mules a few weeks ago, I thought, “Hell, I have to give them a try.” After this happy triumph, I picked up the Criss-Cross Leatherette Sandals, and the rest is history. I tell you: the shoes of the brand — at less their sandals and flats, anyway – are worth a try if you appreciate comfort, style and a reasonable price.

So when I recently walked into a store nearby and saw a wall full of Double Strap Slide Sandals ($12, originally $20, plus 30% off with code HURRY), I did a double take, not just because of all the pretty colors, but because they look ultra similar to a much higher priced celebrity-loved design. Knowing how much my feet love other Old Navy styles, I knew it would be hard to go wrong with these babies. And when I picked them up to find they’re super lightweight, you can bet I threw them in my shopping cart. See below how they look IRL.

The verdict? My only The complaint about these slides is that they run a little big on my foot. I’m usually a size 9.5 so I chose size 10 when I definitely could have gone for a size 9. (There’s a pretty big gap between the toe of my foot and the toe of the shoe .) Because of this, I’ll probably swap them one size down, but I’m not mad about it: while I’m at the store, I might as well grab one of the 11 (!) other colors if they are still in stock.

As of this writing, these sandals have garnered hundreds of five-star reviews and now, after wearing them almost exclusively for the past few days, I understand why. I’m really impressed with how comfortable they are with their thick padding that your foot sinks into. That, coupled with their fashionability and ease of dressing, is why you’ll find me wearing them pretty much everywhere this spring and summer.

Finally, it’s worth noting that these sandals are partially made with renewable sugar cane, part of the brand’s commitment to contributing to a greener future – and shoppers are obsessed with the brand’s progress. . “A purchase that’s good for both the planet and my wallet,” wrote one reviewer. Another proudly declared: “The plant [design] that’s what sold me. Congratulations, Old Navy: Affordable sustainability is something we can all support.

Image source: POPSUGAR Photography / Marisa Petrarca

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