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Wedge trainers.

(10 Posts)
fedupandfifty Tue 18-Mar-14 13:27:42

I'm considering getting a pair aS a summery alternative to my usual boots. Just wondering how comfy they are?

I walk loads and struggle to find comfy, walkable shoes with a heel. I'm too dumpy to go without.

AndTwoBits Tue 18-Mar-14 15:33:06

I have the Ash bis bea wedges. I got them on sale and will buy another pair on sale when these wear out. Which they will soon because i walk a lot. They are extremely comfortable and i wear them most days. They aren't waterproof though but I still love them.

sotiredfornow Tue 18-Mar-14 19:12:43

Which ones are you thinking of buying? I've been trying to find a pair that's perfect but they all seem to be just a little too high. The ash ones are incredibly comfy though.

fedupandfifty Tue 18-Mar-14 19:28:08

I"m a trainer virgin, so open to suggestions. I like the Ash ones, but they are quite expensive by my (cheapskate) standards.

Another question: how do you wear trousers with them? Do the bottoms cover the trainer or tuck inside?

AndTwoBits Tue 18-Mar-14 19:34:16

I only wear skinny jeans with them. i turn the jeans up once at the end. The front of the shoe (the tongue really) comes out over the end of the jeans.

sotiredfornow Tue 18-Mar-14 20:08:55

You're right they are pretty expensive. I'm hoping to find something cheaper. Post if you find some you like! I was wondering the same about jeans.

AmberNectarine Tue 18-Mar-14 20:52:21

I have three pairs - Ash, Nike and the original Isabel Marant. The Ash are BY FAR the most comfortable.

fedupandfifty Tue 18-Mar-14 22:23:15

Ebay here I come!

sotiredfornow Thu 20-Mar-14 10:02:22

fedup - did you buy some?

QueenofallIsee Thu 20-Mar-14 10:12:43

I have Ash and Isabel Marant - love them both and wear them constantly

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