Last Spring I received a pair of Bzees shoes in sashay black. The box was big, but so light, I didn’t think a pair of shoes were inside.
Shoes are a temperamental item for most and what is comfortable for one, is not for another. So, before I wrote about these I really wanted to test and re-test. Mine have been in many airports, cities around the world, the washing machine, and they have held up well. I really like my Bzees.
Bzees come in a wide range of styles and colors from sandals to wedges. All of the shoes are designed with what they call “Cloud Technology– It is air infused outsoles to create a feeling that is weightless and free.”
A special benefit for these easy-to-wear shoes is that they are also easy-to-wash. I just toss mine in with a load of clothes. They have stretch and free foam footbeds, so I found them good to wear when touring.
If you get some Bzees, let me know how you like them. Did they work as well for you as they did for me. Five months and I’m still wearing them.
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