Jack Rogers Thong Sandal
I love my Jacks!
I love these shoes! I have a wide foot, so they were narrow for me. Once I wore them and stretched them out, they fit perfectly. I have the silver color, and wear them with everything. They can be worn out doing errands or you can wear them out at night. I love my Jacks!
Love My Jacks!
Oh gosh, these are just my go to shoe every spring, summer, and fall! They add a little class to any outfit, although I love to pair them with a pair of cuffed jeans and a t-shirt. Fair warning: they do take a few days of breaking in. The three dots underneath your heel can take a bit of getting used to, but they do soften! I find that these sandals do run narrow to begin with, but the leather softens and gives over time. I run true to size on these and I own several pairs. They are expensive, but they last for years!
Order regular size
I love these Jack Rogers sandals. They are well worth the price and match any outfit (I have platinum), casual or dressy. I would caution to order your true size. I read numerous other reviews stating to order a half size up, so I did this first by buying online. They felt slightly large, and when I went to a store to try on my true size, the sales associate recommended my true size as the leather would stretch with wear. If you can physically fit your foot into your true size, I would say go with that.
They do take a few wears to break in, so I would not recommend wearing them for a long day the first time.
LOVE THESE SANDALS but...
I love my Jacks, but, like previous comments said, they started off a tad bit narrow. I've worn them a couple of times and they've stretched out to fit properly though, so I wouldn't order any bigger than normal.
They certainly can't pass for "comfort shoes", but they are really cute and I can put up with them. I wouldn't recommend walking around the city with them, but for a party or something, they're perfect!
BE AWARE: there is ABSOLUTELY NO GRIP at the bottom of these soles! I had an mishap on the stairs in my house and again at the theatre on carpeted stairs! I think I may have twisted my ankle a little bit, but I admit I was rushing down them. Just remember to descend any staircase like a lady, very slowly with poise and grace, and you probably won't have any issues. If you're clumsy like I am, put your shoes on when you get to the bottom!