My feet never knew life could be so good until I slipped on a pair of Naturalizer BZees Boardwalk shoes, the perfect travel shoe for my adventures.
“Those look really comfortable,” has been the most popular, unsolicited comment I’ve been receiving over the last couple of weeks in reference to snazzy sneakers.
“Ohmygoodness,” is my response, “they’re like pillows for my feet!”
When Naturalizer asked me to try their footgear, I said “sure” but didn’t expect it to be a life-altering event. With a rounded toe and adorable Mary Jane style, the Naturalizer BZees Boardwalk is lightweight and comfortable as well as practical and sturdy. If I could, I’d sleep in them.
Seriously. They’re that comfy.
These Shoes Are Made for Walking
In order to put the Naturalizer BZees Boardwalk to the test, I slipped a pair on during a trip to Boston. They were my go-to shoe and found them practical for running through airports, hitting the pavement while exploring Boston and walking the trade show floor of a conference. I also donned them during a morning of volunteering at the Greater Boston Food Bank.
What I Like About Naturalizer BZees Boardwalk
In addition to being lightweight and soft on my feet with every step, the shoes supported my whole body. Typically, after spending a 12-hour day hoofing it over a trade show floor, my back usually hurts but it didn’t while wearing these shoes.
I knew the risk in wearing light-colored shoes – they’re prone to getting dingy. Another feature of the shoe is the upper portion is made from stretch mesh which is washable. I’ve had some mesh shoes before and I find them quite difficult to clean but luckily I found some easy methods to clean white mesh shoes so if they do get dirty, I can get them looking brand new again.
This footwear fits me like a glove and unlike breaking in new shoes, I didn’t get blisters. I’m not a shoe hound and put practicality before style. These are awesome because they’re sporty yet stylish and I wore them with jeans, capris and skirts.
What I Didn’t Like About Naturalizer BZees Boardwalk
So far, the only thing I don’t like about them is the insoles tend to pop up when I take them off. They easily slide back into place.
Nuts & Bolts About Naturalizer BZees Boardwalk
Like what you’ve seen and read and need more specs? This foot wear has:
- Stretch mesh upper in a casual Mary Jane style with a round toe
- Faux suede overlays at the vamp
- Adjustable instep strap with Velcro(R) closure, elasticized collar
- Antimicrobial lining, dual Air Gel and EVA cushioning comfort system
- Women’s anatomical last
- Ultra lightweight, each shoe weighs less than 6 oz.
- Traction outsole, 1 1/4 heel
- MRSP: $59.99
- Purchase online – www.naturalizer.com
I cannot tell you how amazingly exciting it is to finally find the perfect travel shoe. The Naturalizer Bzees Boardwalk will be part of my upcoming adventures and I’m looking forward to making memories every step of the way.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary pair of these shoes in order to test and review. Opinions are my own and Naturalizer has not reviewed this post.