Fit & Sizing
The Birkenstock women’s Manitoba is available in sizes ranging from 5-11.5 in a regular and narrow width. Many of those who purchased are having problems with its sizing, noting that it is too slim for women’s feet. Ordering one size up is necessary to get the ideal fit.
Birkenstock Manitoba Style
Clean, sleek, and sporty best describes the Manitoba from Birkenstock. The low-top profile and minimalist look guarantee its wearers that it can seamlessly pair any clothing and it can be fashioned effortlessly.
Each of the colorways released comes from a neutral spectrum. All sneakers included in the selection are leather, but some of the shades, specifically the Metallic Cappuccino Luna and Metallic Plutone.
Comfort and style marry in the Birkenstock women’s Manitoba. First-time purchasers of the brand can recognize the difference of the signature contoured soles. Nonetheless, because it is removable, it creates ample room for orthotics.
Birkenstock Manitoba History
The history of this unique shoe company can be traced in 1774 in a small German village. Johann Adam Birkenstock started it all but his grandson, Konrad. In 1897, he changed the footwear game by altering the shape of the shoe. From his theory, greater comfort would be achieved if the shoe shape mirrors the foot shape. It resulted in the contoured insole that became a prominent feature of the brand.
From then on, Birkenstock took hold of the arch support and carried this on their footwear. From sandals, the brand not only diversified in different countries but its product line as well. Currently, boots and sneakers are included on their list. Birkenstock Manitoba is one of their items.
- These sneakers retail for $180.
- Colorways that come in leather upper are the Birkenstock women’s Manitoba black sneaker, sand, and white.
- The metallic colorways, on the other hand, are the Cappuccino Luna and Plutone.