- Platform sandal featuring rhinestone-embellished strap and padded footbed
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UPDATE: They replaced the one that broke right away in February. I have been happily wearing them ever cents. But it's now August, only six months later, and one of the issues is looking like it's going to break again in the same place (between the toes) any day now. As a reminder, the first time I ever bought this shoe, it lasted me more than seven years. In fact I still have that old pair, they never broke, I just decided to get a new pair because they were starting to look really worn out after seven years. I don't know what they're doing differently in making these shoes, but they appear to be made in a very cheap way that causes them to break easily. It's very unfortunate and disappointing, because this was my go-to shoe for comfort and walking. Now I will need to look for a different kind of shoe, probably still a FitFlop, but one without the tong feature.
I can't find Walkstars in stock anywhere, and neither the Flare nor the Lulu feels anything like. I fear that their hard insoles and shorter footbeds
(the Flare is inches shorter than my Walkstars, measured sole to sole) are par for the course of the newer styles, which not only fail to provide the comfort of the Walkstar, but which are even a little less comfortable than most shoes. Anyway, I'm getting desperate. Can anyone at the company advise concerning the changes? Are there any plans to reintroduce the original Fitflop?