Size and fit

The platform Naturalizer Carly sneaker is offered for women only. Its dual-side goring allows users to easily put on and take off this shoe. 

Also, the leather variant of this kick offers more give than it’s suede and fabric counterparts. This is because the leather material stretches and follows the shape of the foot after extended use.

Naturalizer Carly Style

Dressed with a sleek look, the Naturalizer Carly is engineered in a low-top, slip-on construction that allows a smooth transition from fall to summer. Ladies on-the-go can conveniently wear this shoe with their favorite pair of skinny jeans. This versatile kick also goes well with leggings, jogger pants, skirts, shorts, and dresses.

Notable Features

A signature feature found on the Naturalizer Carly is the N5 Contour Technology that combines flexibility,  comfort, and breathability. It also enhances heel-to-toe balance while effectively reducing the shoe’s overall weight.

This low-top sneaker comes in different upper materials, such as leather, suede, and synthetic fabric. There are perforations seen on the vamp of this kick, which allows breathability for all-day comfort.  

Naturalizer Carly History

Born in 1927, Naturalizer has been manufacturing and designing chic footwear for the female market, including sandals, cleats, and sneakers. These footwears combine graceful designs with hardcore comfort. 

With the introduction of the N5 Comfort Technology, there is nowhere to go but up for the brand. One of its kicks that caught the attention of enthusiasts is the Naturalizer Carly. This model embodies what the brand stands for - feminine, stylish, and most of all, comfortable. 

Nice to know

  • The durable, non-slip outsole of the Naturalizer Carly measures 1.25 inches in height.
  • It has a lightly padded heel collar that prevents heel slippage.
  • A size 8.5 of this sneaker in C width weighs 312 grams.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.