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Aetrex Review

It’s no secret, I dress for comfort. At home with the kids on the weekend or at work during the week, I like to be comfortable. However, that doesn’t mean I don’t like to be stylish as well. And when I find products that combine stylish and comfortable, I’m sold! So when the opportunity arose to review a pair of Customized Comfort sandals from Aetrex, I saw an opportunity to add a little comfy kick to my spring/summer wardrobe.

I was sent the latest in the Aetrex Sandalistas collection for review – the Serrana. These sandals are part of the 2012 line of Aetrex’s Customized Comfort Collection. Every sandal in this collection has a removable footbed with patented Mozaic Customization Technology, built-in Lynco support, a memory foam top cover and soft leather uppers. The sizes run from 5-11 (including half sizes) and retail for $129.95.

While most of my shoes and sandals are black, I opted to try the titanium color in the Serrana. When they arrived, they looked even better than they did in the catalogue! Once I slipped them on, the comfort was instant. I could feel my feet conform to the shoe. I wore them all day without a second thought (which is what you want in any shoe/sandal). I love the color, and think it’s the perfect sandal for casual days with jeans or shorts. A great feature of this sandal is that it is a fully adjustable thong with dual hook closures – so you can customize your fit.

You can see the full line of Aetrex footwear on their website. You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. You can order directly from their site, or use their retail locator to find a store near you that carries the Aetrex line.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.


Gina is a working mom of two young boys, living in Westchester NY. She enjoys taking pictures, blogging and spending time with her boys in her spare time.

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