Jambu Violetta Shoes Review

Product provided for review.

Let’s talk shoes. There are so many styles to choose from, it can be intimidating. Maybe you stick with the same brand, or a similar style. Or maybe you need to stay away from specific types of shoes because of issues with your feet and because of comfort.

Many women want a mixture of style and comfort. I’m part of that camp and have found some brands that live up to that. One of them is Jambu Adventure Designs. Because they are made for active people, comfort is a priority. I’m not sure if their memory foam footbed or their detail for style impresses me more. It’s a pretty tough decision.

This time around, I reviewed the Jambu Violetta in red, a new shoe color for me. It’s a bit daring, but looks fabulous with denim, white and grey. These casual shoes work well with summer fashion. Since I need to have a back strap with all of my shoes, finding these shoes made my day.

Jambu Violetta Outfit

When I first put them on, I felt a bit awkward walking – kind of like I was moving from side to side. That quickly ended and the “oohs and aahs” started. As my feet sunk into the sole all I felt was comfort. These old feet that can’t handle high heels anymore, were all set. The back strap is closed with Velcro, which helps me put them on and take them off. It’s also easy to get the best fit for me.

I adore the flower details along the front and sides. So feminine! The bottoms of the shoes are eye-catching too. I’m not sure why that is important, but it makes me giddy to find a floral design. Maybe it shows (literally) the importance Jambu puts into their shoes looking good.

Jambu Violetta Shoes

The Violetta is available in black as well. The MSRP is $99. Use the Store Locator or purchase Jambu Adventure Designs online: (prices are subject to change)

Amazon.com – $83.99

ShoeBuy.com – $98.95

ShoeMall.com – $99.95

Disclosure: I received a pair of Jambu Violetta Shoes for review. All opinions are my own, as always. Affiliate links included.

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  1. SUPER cute shoes! AND….even though I’m only 5 feet tall (no inches)….I do LOVE a cute flat! Looks like they have a little cushion…do they?? LOVE that velcro strap too!!
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  2. I need a pair of these! They would be great for BlogHer or the classroom. I’m off to check this brand out.
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  3. So cute! I wish they came in wide widths! I’d love a pair.
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  4. These are beautiful! I love that they have a velcro closure. The others are too hard to do for me, too!
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