Based in beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah, Kuru Footwear is independently owned and web-driven. Their founder wanted to start a shoe company in 5th grade. What started as a child’s dream became reality when he launched Kuru during the Great Recession of 2008. His dream was so powerful it led to the invention of KuruSole. Since then, thousands have experienced the superior support, style, and pain-free comfort of Kuru. The relentless focus on innovation reflects a commitment to endless comfort for a pain-free life. Which is why they design and develop footwear that outperforms at the highest levels. With nature on their side, some science, and a bit of magic; Kuru is obsessed with raising the bar. Something good enough to chase your dreams is more than a shoe—it's a Kuru.
You’ll be glad to know, the sporty Lucy Mary Jane is more than a pretty face. Constructed with a soft KuruCloud Eva midsole and a breathable mesh toe-box, this playful shoe feels breezy-cool all day. With an added leather heel for a more secure fit. While a full rubber outsole offers both stability and style. To make sure you get a perfect fit, the Lucy includes a simple, smooth elastic band across your instep. This band holds your foot exactly in place as you stroll from work to playdate to brunch. If there ever was an easy-to-wear Mary Jane for the girl on the go, the Lucy is it. A Mary Jane that features the legendary support of KuruSole is more than a shoe - it's a Kuru. This is probably one of the most comfortable shoes I have ever worn. I can be on my feet all day in these and not get sore feet. And I can wear socks with them, or go sockless. Either way, and I am comfy! I love these!
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