Birkenstock Women's Shoes

Written by Jill Morrison
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Seeking relief from uncomfortable, unhealthy shoe styles, many turn to Birkenstock women's shoes. Improper fit and style may lead to problems such as bunions, calluses, corns, and ingrown toenails. The Birkenstock brand provides contoured insoles and flexible arch support in every shoe to promote healthy feet.

Styles of Birkenstock Women's Shoes

Sandals made a name for Birkenstock back in the 1970s. The Arizona is the original Birkenstock style. It has two adjustable straps with durable buckles. Other styles for women include dress shoes, casual shoes, and clogs. The Active is a sporty clog with rubber soles and a cotton-lined footbed. Casual shoes include the Bangor, a lace-up street shoe, and the Avalon, a loafer with a post-closure adjustable strap. The Avila-Architect is a Mary Jane style with high-tech construction and a slip-resistant sole. The Annapolis is a dressy Mary Jane with adjustable Velcro straps.

Birkenstock women's shoes include an updated and expanded sandal line. The Florida is a classic three-strap with the option of a soft footbed. An extra layer of foam is added between the lining and the footbed. The Gizeh is a classic thong, one of many thongs available. The Morgan is a classic cross-strap while the Tabora offers an adjustable cross-strap with a toe loop. The Bridget is an example of a single-band leather slide.

Birkenstock women's shoes are enhanced by a wide variety of accessories. Socks are available in assorted designs and styles which combine with Birkenstock shoe materials to provide maximum air circulation and ability to breathe. Shoe care products add years of life to your shoes by providing protection for the cork, nubuck, leather, and suede. Separate insoles and arch supports are also available.

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