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Tieks for travel

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In my never-ending quest to find the perfect shoes for travel, I've come across these:

http://tieks.com/

Pricey, but if they are as comfortable as they look, they could be "it." They are light, fold to pack, dressy enough to wear anywhere (or dress down) and the soles look solid and just thick enough to wear better than usual ballet flats. My problem with shoes like this is that the elastic back often pinches and, sometimes, the toe cleavage pinches, as well.

Thoughts? Anyone who's bought and used?

Thanks!

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