- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 12.7 x 1.8 cm ; 295 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 340 g
- Item Model Number: Easy Street Women's Holly
- ASIN: B007SRSZUU
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 26 July 2012
- Customer Reviews: 344 customer ratings
- Mule featuring ruched vamp and studded strap at outer side
- Comfort wave construction
- Light flexible bottom
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On their own, I might give these shoes 5 stars. Because the Clarks are better, I'm giving these a 4.
UPDATE: I didn't return them. It wasn't a Prime purchase and the shipper wanted me to pay postage for the return. I'm donating them in the box with a warning about the width written right on it.
I marked that they fit true to size, but I wanted to expand on that. I'm a true 8.5, and so I ordered that size shoe. I wear thick hiking socks on my feet in the winter trying to keep my feet warm (poor circulation makes my hands and feet always chilly in the cool months). With my hiking socks on, they are snug to the point of having to shove my feet in them. But they are not too tight with my thick socks, just a bit snug, so while I maybe should've ordered a half size up, I don't know that I would've been any more pleased with them. The reality is, the shoes that these replaced were a half size too large, and the nature of this type of shoe is that there's no support for the back end of your foot, and if you step on an incline or something, your heel can slip and slosh over and out of the shoe a little too easy. Full disclosure, I have narrow feet, so that might more be a function of that, as mules and clogs are notoriously poor choices for narrow feeted folks, but I'm just giving you my experience here to better help you make your decision.