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Comfort and fashion are key while wearing the Bailee, made to mimic the rocking motion of our Classic Rocker outsole but with a more streamlined look. This lightweight non-flexing rocker outsole has built-in arch-support, and takes the pressure off of problem areas for lasting all-day comfort. Three adjustable hook-and-loop straps keep you secure while the soft microsuede footbed keeps your feet comfy.

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