Anyone tried Air and Grace shoes?

(7 Posts)
EdithBouvierBeale Sat 18-Jun-16 21:53:42

If they're as comfy as the blurb claims, they may be worth £120, but I'm reluctant to buy a pair unless I get rave reviews. Although, ballet pumps which are cushioned like trainers are a tempting thought!

phoolani Sat 18-Jun-16 22:51:00

No, but as I've got my eye on a pair, I'd be happy to find out as well!

amazonianwoman Sat 18-Jun-16 23:09:04

Ordered a pair of the snake skin ballet ones. They were indeed cushioned and bouncy ( I have plantar fasciitis in one foot), just a whole size too small, so had to return. Pity, they were reduced to £95 when I bought them and they're now out of stock in my size angry

faustina Sun 19-Jun-16 09:29:17

I've got the sneakers! They are very cushioned in the sole, but slim looking - not clunky like Fitflops - they feel a bit memory foam-y. I was a bit disappointed they didn't do them in half sizes because the shoes all were - just not the sneakers. That's the only negative thing I can think of to say! I think they did a discount on your first order

kittymewslie Sun 19-Jun-16 14:00:03

I have the leopard print ballet ones. They are gorgeous and super comfy! The clever hidden cushioned sole means your legs look longer too. Re sizing, they were true to size on me. I ordered a size larger, having read the reviews, but it turned out they were way to big. I took a chance on the smaller, and they fitted perfectly!

polyhymnia Sun 19-Jun-16 17:42:04

I've been fancying trying these. Reports sound encouraging.

teta Sun 19-Jun-16 18:16:27

I ordered a pair of the ankle boots in Tan a while ago.I'm a standard size 5 - I couldn't get my foot into them they were so small and excruciatingly painful.It really put me off given that I love the comfort of Fitflops.They really need to test their sizing rigorously.They did look lovely though.

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