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04-13-2019 01:45 AM
I do. I have multiple pairs of Mephisto Helen sandals that I've collected over the years in various colors. I still have & wear the 1st pair I ever bought about 15 years ago & paid $125 for them at the Bellevue Square Nordstrom when I lived up in WA. I now live in AZ & our sandal season is long & these sandals feel like they're custom made for my feet. If my feet are hurting, I'll wear a pair of Helens & they stop hurting. The arch support is perfect for me right out of the box. I've tried Vionic & Birkentocks & the arch support is all wrong for my feet. Mephisto Helens are now about $149 a pair I think & worth every penny to me.
04-13-2019 02:15 AM
I would never think of spending more than $40 on a pair of sandals then I had toe surgery. Stepping into a pair of Birks was a revelation, like walking on a cloud and I've never looked back. I now live in my $130 Birks.
04-14-2019 07:50 AM
04-16-2019 02:55 PM
As far as I can see,the prices are horrible on all shoes.who can afford shoes for 200 or more dollars.Skechers or Clark’s are within reason for me.
04-16-2019 03:56 PM
Some of the responses have gotten out of control! Why is everyone so thin skinned. If it's not relating to you move on.
I'm pretty sure it was a comment, not intending to throw shade at those who can and will pay over $130.00 for a good pair of sandals.
No need to insult or be offended by someone's comments. Good grief Whew!
I worked a famous Italian shoe designer, who's shoes and sandals started at $600.00.
I got a 50% discount and could not substantiate paying $300.00 for a pair of thong flat sandals with a decorative satin bow and leather souls! The shoes were beautiful but not practical.
So, it’s all relative. 😉
04-16-2019 07:01 PM
I have done it 2-3 times and I really LIKED them, tho!
My DH was so Cute, too...he said to me, "Is that for Both
Feet?" I cracked up!
04-16-2019 10:03 PM
I have 2 pairs of Mephisto sandals. Love them. Thinking of buying another pair this summer. $150. It’s called comfort.
04-18-2019 07:37 PM
I do not like cheap shoes and will pay over 100 for them if I like them. My personal limit is 200, but that be would be for boots. I would rather wear my old shoes, boots and sandals than buy cheaper new stuff.
04-20-2019 11:25 AM
@aubnwa01 I have 2 pairs of Helen. They’re at least 3 years old. My friend told me you can send them in to Mephesto and they will “overhaul” them. She has done it and it’s like getting a new pair of shoes. I think the cost is around $70-75. I think it would be worth it.
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