Time and True Platform Footbed Sandals I Editor Review

Not to mention a specific shoe brand, I think it’s safe to say that we are all familiar with a specific sandal * Hint hint * Featuring a contoured cork footbed. With all honesty, I’ve never been on the trend until recently, when I saw a similar style at Walmart for less than 20. Enter the Double-Buckle Time and True Platform Footbed Sandals ($ 17) with an almost exclusive five-star review. Curious to see if I would be among them, I thought, “What’s the matter,” and added a tan colorblock design to my virtual shopping cart. My honest thoughts, go ahead.

What I like about these sandals

I was amazed at how much I liked these casual sandals. When I added them to my cart, a section of me wondered if its irresistible positive ratings were too good to be true, but – spoiler caution – they weren’t. I wear them just minutes after they arrive at my door and wear them all day while working from home to get the full experience. I was amazed at how quickly the memory-foam footbed adapted to the shape of my feet, so that when I slipped and slipped again, it was perfectly molded to my feet and thus, Super Comfortable.

Are these sandals good for the occasion?

The versatile definition of these comfortable sandals. Wearing denim shorts and a cropped t-shirt with friends to wear them for a day in town as often as I take my dog ​​for a walk I find myself slipping them.

What is noticeable about these sandals

Before you add this set to your cart, note a few important things. First: The reviewers are right in saying that these sandals are a bit big. Depending on the brand, I usually have 9.5 or 10 sizes, but I heeded buyers’ recommendations and ordered 9 sizes – they fit perfectly.

Another thing that may or may not be a deal-breaker for you is that they are heavy, which is why so few buyers decide to give them back. It didn’t bother me as I still think they are very comfortable, but I understand why it can be a contract-breaker.

And finally, the color of these sandals shows a different IRL than the photo. On the website, the sandals are a mixture of light brown, cream and dark brown, but in reality, dark brown is olive green.

Would I recommend these sandals?

Yes! Assuming you notice that they run big, are on the heavy side and are not exactly the same color as online, they are definitely a great hoax for the more expensive version. I can’t give them a fine star because it’s clear they’re not perfect, but I know I’m going to wear them in this summer’s recap – so it’s four stars.

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Photo source: Popsugar Photography / Marissa Petrarca

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