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Style # 35530
Clarks Women's May Ivy Shoe

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Clarks Women's May Ivy

$69.99  
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% OFF
price may vary based on color original price:$79.99
Keep your feet comfortable at the office in the Clarks May Ivy slip-ons.

  • Leather upper in a casual slip-on style with a round toe
  • Twin elastic goring panels ensure a secure fit
  • Tailored stitching construction
  • Padded collar
  • Textile lining with a cushioning OrthoLite® footbed
  • Traction outsole, 2 inch wedge heel
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  • Michele: "I wear these every single day to work in a medical office. They are comfortable and hold up well. Am purchasing two more pairs in case they stop making them!"
  • SHARLENE: "I loved the look and feel of these shoes but they were too loose and I had to return."

Glendy asked: Does this shoe run true to size and would it be comfortable for someone who has pain In the ball of the foot?

  • C: "Yes they do run true to size. I am not sure how they will do for pain in the ball of your foot there is some cushion, but not a lot."
  • Karrie: "Yes, I would say it runs true to size. I find them very comfortable for everyday wear, but I don't think the insoles are super/over cushioned, if that is what helps eleviate your pain."
  • Laura: "It ran true to size and is very comfortable on my feet. I do not know if it would work for someone having pain in the ball of their foot."
  • gerardo: "The shoe are true to the size. They are very comfortable shoes and last a long time. I wore mine almost for one full year. The initial fit is tight but it will loosen up . I would highly recommend them ! "
  • Sonja: "These shoes were purchased as a gift. The receiver is type two diabetic and said that the shoes are extremely comfortable and give her no pain at all. For her she said they ran a tad bit large in the heel area, but not too big that she couldn't wear them."