Birkenstock Arizona Review
One of the biggest features of Birkenstock is their sole they developed to be anatomically on point with the needs of the foot. Birkenstock is a classic German sandal and when people think of their brand, the first thing that usually comes to mind, after the luxurious feel of their laid-back looks, is their Arizona. Two strapped and accented with buckles, this Arizona is the ideal warm weather accessory that sandal lovers go wild for. The contoured footbed, durable leather construction, and high-quality materials that go into every Birkenstock are some of its best qualities. Few open-toe shoes have made such a name for themselves in their customers’ lives, and the history of fashion itself.
- Contoured Anatomical Footbed
- Cork Midsole
- Adjustable Straps
- Great Arch Support
- Durable Construction
- Slightly Outdated
- A Bit Expensive
Jute fibers to wick away moisture cool down this leather option for even warm weather. The soft suede lining on the footbed also wicks while feeling soft against the foot. Once these break in, they are truly some of the most comfortable sandals you will probably ever own. Their contoured footbed alone is enough to convert a nonbeliever. That doesn’t mean they still don’t load up the features beneath the surface too.
One thing to be said with great certainty though is that these won’t merely last a season and then be worn out. You will more than likely save money, in the long run, going with an Arizona versus some of the other trending sandal options. Still, it is hard to shrug the fact that for some, it just isn’t feasible to spend that much outright for a sandal.
The wider toe portion of the base allows for them to spread and move naturally, this corrects your posture and supports a healthy foot. Their contoured footbed lifts the arch and pads the heel, providing give where you need it and stiffness where you don’t. For anyone who has issues with their feet, these are sincerely one of the best sandals you can buy to help with discomfort.