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A tradition as old as time, Oprah's annual Favorite Things list is an exciting array of gems across categories — food, apparel, home decor — and the greatest gift guide known to (wo)man. The recent reveal of the 2021 list marks the unofficial start of the holiday season — but also the beginning of restock-and-refresh season for our own closets. Let's start at the bottom, shall we? With feet.
Among the 110 items featured on this year's list are Oprah's new favorite sneakers, the supportive-yet-chic Saysh One kicks. They're made for everyday wear and low-impact workouts, with strategically placed foam pods inside to help feet feel great. Designed by American Olympian Allyson Felix and footwear expert Natalie Candrian, the Saysh One sneakers, according to Oprah, "pay particular attention to the form of the female foot" and are "comfy, supportive, and lightweight." Felix competed in them at the Tokyo Olympics and took home a bronze medal.
With a smart lacing system, these shoes are sculpted to fit the curves of the foot (even drawing inspiration from the lines of a wrap dress). The result is an elegant, graceful silhouette — that feels amazing: "...Probably the most comfortable sneaker I've ever worn," says one of many happy customers. "I went up a half size because of reviews. They feel and look great."
At $150, these kicks are a bit of an investment. But you won't be disappointed. "Worth every penny," says a shopper. "Very comfortable and breathable. Excellent arch support." Microsuede detailing gives these trainers a truly high-end look.
Available in three colors (black, cream, and rose) the Saysh One sneakers, like all of Oprah's faves, are flying off shelves. Grab them fast. Your feet will thank you.
"Best casual shoes hands down!" says another thrilled shopper. "...The feel, the neutral tone, the sportiness....These are my new daily foot pillows!"
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