The other day I wrote about how I bought a pair of Birkenstock sandals at a family sale. In the article, I wrote that I bought a pair of 39 Zurihi Zurich sandals at the family sale.
In that article, I wrote that I bought a pair of 39 ZURIHI Zurich sandals at the family sale and they were the right size, but
my first pair of Birkenstocks, probably GIZEH, were 38 and they were narrow, so they didn’t fit my feet and I got sores.
They look like this.
This is what they look like from the side.
They’re sticking out! Obviously!
Yes, this is what happens when you can’t try on shoes on the Internet…. But I thought it was no problem, so I wore them, but they still got sore.
After that, I got used to them? So I wore them as normal shoes even on a long trip abroad.
So, I compared them with the Zurich shoes.
The width was the same.
So the Zurich I bought is also narrow width, but it seems to be only loose because it is one size too big.
In conclusion, I thought I should buy a bigger size or a normal size.
I thought I should buy a larger size or a normal size.
I’ll have to try on the normal ones at the store first.
What do you think of the Gizeh enamel?
I’ve been using it for about 7 years.
About 7 years.
I’ve had it for about 7 years.
I’ve been wearing them for about 7 years.
I’ve been using them for about seven years.
They were made of some kind of compressed wool, but the friction caused this to happen.
The soles are worn out, but these are not as worn out as I thought. Probably because it’s only for a limited time in the summer. They are very durable.
The footbed is the one that I felt has reached the end of its life.
It’s a compressed cork, so it’s starting to fall apart. The insole is peeling off. But I can still wear them because they haven’t been disassembled yet… but it’s going to be difficult to repair them (they’re just glued on and will come off again soon), so I guess I’ll just wear them out and buy new ones.
By the way, I don’t like it when the insoles turn black! I’ve heard that you can wash them.
But I don’t mind, so I’ll leave them as they are….
Also, I liked the design so I kept them on!
Choosing the enamel was the right decision.
They are not too casual, so I could match them with a wider range of outfits than I expected.
I can wear them with a wider range of outfits than I thought I could, like when I want to look a little more beautiful. I’ve been wearing them
for seven years, including from my early twenties to my early thirties, and my fashion tastes have changed a lot.
I wore them all summer long.
But I think I was able to love them because of their applicability. They’re a gem, no longer!
That makes me want to get a new pair… This enamel tongue type.
I thought I bought it cheaply through a parallel import a long time ago, but it’s still cheap enough now. I think it’s because they’re synthetic leather.
Hmmm. I think it’s going to be difficult to find 39 in black enamel.
I’m not sure what to do with it. Oh…that’s good too.
It’s so reasonable that I can’t decide.
I hope that Birken will keep up the good work with this price.
I’m rooting for you!