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Thread: "Quilty" shoes

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    Senior Member pgthom's Avatar
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    Yes, I said Quilty, not guilty! Was in Shipshewana last week, went to shop at Yoders (sort of an old timey department store). Right inside the door, these shoes called out to me. I asked for them in my size, salesperson said "we sell out of these as quick as they come in." I tried them, very comfy. I have a wonky foot from prior bad surgery, so need an ample toe box.
    She also said that quilters liked them. Indeed, we saw a display of the same shoes in the fabric department. In case I was strong and later weakened I guess! Can you see why they are "Quilty"?
    PS: Weird to photograph your own feet!! LOL!

    Lovin' these fall colors. Had them in two other colorways. One purple, other gray.
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    More of a wedge than I usually wear. Nice soft leather. Strap on heel here, pivots up for a clog style as in first picture..
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    Power Poster QuiltE's Avatar
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    Neat!

    And they look comfy?
    What brand of shoe?
    By chance with a removable footbed, so you can put orthotics in?

    Looking at them I'm thinking they are Reikers? or perhaps Clarks?

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    They look comfy..

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    Those are so stinking cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOVE THEM!!!!!

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    Senior Member pgthom's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    Neat!

    And they look comfy?
    What brand of shoe?
    By chance with a removable footbed, so you can put orthotics in?
    Spring Step is maker, Lollipop is the style. No removable footbed, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montana Quilter
    Those are so stinking cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOVE THEM!!!!!
    Just about what I said to my GF when I first saw them!! Kinda pricey ($84.) but my feet don't like less expensive shoes, and I wear them for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgthom
    Spring Step is maker, Lollipop is the style. No removable footbed, sorry.
    Thanks for the info! Now I am :( I'd be searching them out here, if I knew there was a possibility for my orthotics to slide in. Not worth it, as I know for me to be happy my feet need to be happy and the only way for that, is to wear my orthotics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgthom
    my feet don't like less expensive shoes, and I wear them for years.
    You can't have a good day when your feet aren't happy.

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    Very cute and comfy looking. I'd buy those too! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Neat

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