Rothy’s vs Tieks: Which are the Most Comfortable Flats?

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I’ve written before about how Tieks are my favourite flats for travel as they are comfortable, look great, and fold up into a small pouch.

I’m currently on my fourth pair and I can wear them all day for city sightseeing or even 12-hour days at Disney.

I really didn’t need a second pair of flats—as a full-time traveller with just a carry-on bag, space is limited.

But my friend raved about Rothy’s flats, and once I saw the pointed toe style in my favourite purple colour, I couldn’t resist.

Rothy’s shoes are vegan, machine washable, made from recycled plastic bottles, and come in tons of stylish designs. Meghan Markle even wears them!

Many people claim they are the most comfortable flats they’ve ever worn (including my friend), but I was dubious they could match my beloved Tieks.

In this Tieks vs Rothy’s review, I compare the pros and cons of these two flats after two years of travelling with them both.


Rothy’s vs Tieks Overview

Rothy’s flats are:

  • Made from recycled plastic bottles (with a few styles made from merino wool)
  • Vegan (except for the merino wool styles)
  • Not foldable
  • Machine washable and have removable insoles
  • Available in six styles including pointed and rounded ballet flats
  • Available in many colours and patterns which change regularly
  • Priced from $129
Erin wearing Rothys Point in mulberry by a banyan tree in Maui
Wearing my Mulberry Point Rothy’s in Maui

Tieks by Gavrieli are:

  • Made from Italian leather or vegan fabric
  • Foldable and come with a pouch to pack them in
  • More difficult to clean
  • Available in one style (rounded toe ballet flat)
  • Available in over 75 colours and patterns including patent, matte, and metallic leather and vegan fabric
  • Priced from $185
Erin wearing silver lake vegan Tieks
Wearing my Silver Lake Vegan Tieks in Austin

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Video: Tieks vs Rothy’s

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Both Tieks and Rothy’s are stylish flats that look great.

Tieks are a rounded toe ballet flat with their signature turquoise soles. There are over 75 designs available from classic matte leather to unique shimmering metallic designs and snake prints.

There’s even a Game of Thrones inspired design called the Drago with silver foiled scales. There are five vegan shoes made from fabric.

Some of the many Tieks designs
Some of the many Tieks designs
Tieks classic leather flats come in many vibrant colours
Tieks classic leather flats come in many vibrant colours

I currently have the Silver Lake Vegan Tieks—I love them (especially when they shimmer in the sun), but they are a more casual style. I would happily wear them out to dinner, but they didn’t feel dressy enough for a wedding.

My brand new Silver Lake Vegan Tieks (and the lovely box they came in)
My Silver Lake Vegan Tieks (and the lovely box they came in)

If you are looking for comfortable dressy flats, the leather Tieks come in some stunning styles (I covet the Moonstruck Tieks) which would be suitable for elegant events (brides even wear them at their weddings).

I used to have the Lilac leather Tieks and I loved the colour. My Tieks review has a comparison of the vegan and leather Tieks.

Lilac Tieks ballet flats and box - a detailed Tieks review.
My Lilac Tieks

Rothy’s has a much greater choice of designs for vegans as most of their shoes are made from recycled plastic bottles.

The bottles are hot washed, sterilised, then fused into fibre that is knit into yarn. The fabric is remarkably soft and flexible considering its origin.

They also have a few shoes available made from soft merino wool (not vegan). These have different soles (made from vegan leather) than regular Rothy’s. This review will focus on the fabric Rothy’s. 

You can choose from six styles of flats including The Flat (rounded toe ballet flats), The Point (pointed toe flats), The Loafer, The Mary Jane (pointed flats with bows), The Square (square toe ballet flats), and The Driver (loafer). 

Other Rothy’s styles include sneakers, boots, and flip-flops. They also make sneakers for men and bags made from recycled marine plastic. 

The six Rothy's styles - flat, point, loafer, sneaker, chelsea and mary jane
Various styles of Rothy’s

I have a pair of The Point and love them—they make me feel fancy and are dressier than the vegan Tieks.

I’ve even worn them to three weddings in Singapore, New Zealand and the UK. I didn’t feel underdressed and it was so nice to feel comfortable all day and night (and I managed a lot better on the grass at the garden ceremony than those in heels).

Some of the Rothy's Point colours and patterns
Some of the Rothy’s Point colours and patterns
Some of the Rothy's Flat designs
Some of the Rothy’s Flat designs

Rothy’s don’t come in as wide a variety of designs as Tieks, but there are still many different colours and patterns from solids in black or chili red to unusual embroidered patterns and leopard prints.

I have the Mulberry Rothy’s which are purple with gold embroidery on the toe. I haven’t seen any shoes like them before and adore them.

My mulberry Rothys pointed comfortable flats
My Mulberry Point Rothy’s

Rothy’s soles are dark and neutral, which some people might prefer to the vibrant turquoise soles of Tieks, especially if you need comfortable work flats for a more conservative workplace.

Rothy’s designs change frequently, so if you see a pair you like, don’t wait! My Mulberry Rothy’s are no longer available.

They do sometimes bring back old favourites, so it’s worth checking their website regularly or signing up for their newsletter.

Winner: Tie

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Rothy’s flats come in half sizes, whereas Tieks shoes are only available in full sizes. Both shoes can be a little tricky to get the right fit, but they offer free exchanges within the US.

I’ve found I need to go up a size in both styles. I am usually a US size 8 and while the Tieks size 8 fit OK, they felt a little tight and I went up to a 9 for my second and subsequent pairs. If you have wide feet, Tieks also advises going up a size.

Most women go up a half size in the Rothy’s Point style to allow more space around the toes. I decided on an 8.5 which felt a little big at first, but I soon appreciated the extra toe space and I think they were the right call.

However, some readers have recommended going up a full size in the Point. 

For wide feet Rothy’s advises going up a half size if your foot is wider than a B—a full size in the Point is probably a good idea.

Rothy’s says that their shoes do not stretch over time, so if they are snug, exchange them for a half size larger.

Leather Tieks do stretch out over time as they are designed to mould to your feet, so if they are a little tight they might be OK after a few days.

Rothy’s and Tieks both have kids sizes.

Winner: Tie

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Break-In Time

The remarkable thing about my Tieks was how I had no break-in period. They are the only flats I’ve ever had that fit me right away with no blisters or cuts. One of my four pairs did rub slightly on the first day, but they didn’t break the skin.

Unfortunately, I didn’t have as good as experience with Rothy’s. While Rothy’s claims there is no break-in period with their shoes, there was for me.

On my first day of wearing them, the back of the shoe cut into one of my heels and drew blood. I wore them with band-aids for the next few days and after that I didn’t have any more rubbing.

My friend did not have a break-in period with her Rothy’s, whereas some people do with Tieks, so unfortunately this one really comes down to your feet.

Winner: Tieks

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As much as I love the look of both Tieks and Rothy’s, for me the priority is comfort. I can only travel with a few pairs of shoes and I need a pair of comfy flats that work well for long days of walking.

So are Tieks and Rothy’s comfortable?

Tieks have always been really comfortable for me. I frequently wear them for days exploring the cobbled streets of Rome or enjoying Disney.

They are by far the most comfortable ballet flats I’ve ever owned and are totally different from the flimsy ballet flats I’d previously worn.

The non-skid rubber soles are thicker than most ballet flat soles and feel bouncy. The backs are cushioned rather than elasticised so they don’t constrain your heel.

Wearing my Tieks for a long day of sightseeing in Kyoto, Japan
Wearing my Tieks for a long day of sightseeing in Kyoto, Japan

My first impression of Rothy’s was that they didn’t feel as bouncy or as comfortable as my Tieks.

After I’d broken them in, though, they did feel more comfortable and I happily wore them out for a few hours of walking or to a wedding (with a mix of standing and sitting).

Wearing my Rothy's for a stroll in a park in Tokyo
Wearing my Rothy’s for a stroll in a Tokyo park

I decided the real test would be Disney as we are often in the parks for 12 hours and can walk 10 miles or more.

We were spending two days at Tokyo Disneyland and I planned to wear Tieks one day and Rothy’s the other. By this stage, my Rothy’s were well worn in and I bought them at the same time as my latest Tieks.

Wearing my Tieks at Tokyo Disney Sea
Wearing my Tieks at Tokyo Disney Sea

On day one I wore my Tieks all day and had no problems—my feet felt fine at the end of the long day.

On day two I wore my Rothy’s. In the morning I was fine, but by mid-afternoon my feet were achy, my little toe on one foot felt cramped, and the back of the heel had started to rub.

Wearing my Rothy's at Tokyo Disneyland
Wearing my Rothy’s at Tokyo Disneyland

I didn’t want to continue wearing them, so after we returned to our hotel for a break, I switched into my Tieks for the evening and my feet instantly felt better.

The Tieks definitely won the Disney test—they are the best flats for walking and my go-to for long days out.

I still love my Rothy’s, though, and I prefer the look, so they are my choice for dinners out and half-day trips where we won’t be walking so much.

Note that neither flat offers arch support, but you could try adding your own insole on either.

Winner: Tieks

If you are looking for a comfortable walking shoe, see my Allbirds Wool Runners review. These are my new favourite travel shoes for short hikes or when it’s too cold for Tieks.

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I’ve found that Tieks and Rothy’s are evenly matched when it comes to odour resistance. I wear them without socks and haven’t found either to get very smelly, unlike cheap flats I’ve had in the past.

Some Rothy’s reviews say that the shoes can become smelly if you wear them every day continuously (which I haven’t done), but you can always swap out or wash the insoles if this is a problem.

I wouldn’t say either of them are totally odour-free, but even if at the end of a hot sweaty day they smell a little, the next day they’ll be fine.

Winner: Tie

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Rothy’s are definitely easier to clean than Tieks. Amazingly they are machine washable, so you just remove the insoles and throw the shoes and insoles in the wash (in cold water on a delicate cycle) and they come out looking new.

I haven’t needed to wash them yet, but my friend has multiple times with no issues. Don’t wash them in hot water or put them in the dryer as heat causes them to shrink.

I’ve found that dirt sponges off easily if you just want to clean a certain area. I’ve managed to easily remove blood (when they rubbed my heel at first) and mud (after wearing them after a torrential downpour in Thailand).

Rothy’s also have removable insoles (and you can buy replacements), so you can just wash these if you find they are getting smelly.

One downside of the insoles is that I can feel the edge of them under my feet, which becomes more pronounced after wearing them for a long time. It’s not a big deal, but I prefer the smoother feel of Tieks’s built-in insoles.

The unique knit material of the Rothy’s is designed to dry quickly if it gets wet, so they are the best ballet flats for wearing in the rain.

Cleaning Tieks depends on the style you have. Patent and matte leather Tieks can be wiped off easily, but my fabric vegan Tieks are harder to clean. It doesn’t help that I have a light silver grey colour that does get dirty (I wear them in all conditions).

I usually clean them with a sponge and slightly soapy water, but eventually the discolouration gets too much. I typically replace them after about two years, primarily because they are looking too dirty.

Winner: Rothy’s

Wearing my Rothys in Kyoto
Wearing my Rothys in Kyoto

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I’ve found Tieks very durable and I usually wear each pair for at least two years before replacing them—and I wear them a lot in that time. I have never had any issues with the soles or any holes in the soles or uppers.

The toe and heels do scuff after a while and I’ve found the surface of the vegan insoles peels off. I end up replacing them for aesthetic rather than functional reasons.

I’ve had my Rothy’s for two years (but only wear them occasionally) and they still look as good as new—the plastic fabric and rubber soles seem very durable.

Winner: Tie 

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Tieks are the most packable travel flats as they fold in half and pack inside a small pouch that comes with them. This means they take up very little space inside my backpack.

They are designed to be a comfortable replacement for your heels at the end of a night (they come with a tote bag for the heels) and you could even fit them in a purse to change into.

Rothy’s don’t fold so they take up more room in my luggage, but they are a little lighter than my vegan Tieks. A pair of Rothy’s weighs 9.3oz (264g) and vegan Tieks weigh 10.5oz (300g).

Winner: Tieks

Wearing my Tieks in the rice fields of Bali
Wearing my Tieks in the rice fields of Bali

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Shipping and Returns

Tieks and Rothy’s both offer free shipping and returns within the US, but the Tieks policy is better.

Tieks uses USPS Priority Mail for their free shipping and shoes arrive in about 2–4 days. Even when I shipped them to the UK (which incurs a fee), I received them in two working days.

Rothy’s uses USPS Standard Ground which takes 5–10 business days. If you want your shoes in 2–3 days, you’ll have to pay an extra $25. In practice it can be quicker—I ordered with standard shipping on a Monday and received them on Thursday.

For Rothy’s, you must return the shoes within 30 days for a refund or exchange. Tieks don’t have a time limit as long as they are in their original condition.

Tieks are better for exchanges as they will send you the new pair before you return the previous pair so that you can compare two sizes side by side.

Tieks will ship internationally for a fee.

Rothy’s now only ship to the US and Canada. 

Winner: Tieks 

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Tieks cost $185 for the vegan and classic leather styles and from $200–300 for many of the metallic and snake print designs.

Rothy’s cost $129 for The Flat and $149 for The Point. 

Rothy’s also offers a 20% discount for teachers and healthcare workers on certain styles. 

Neither company has sales, even on Black Friday.

Neither Tieks nor Rothy’s are cheap, but I believe in quality over quantity when it comes to clothes. I’m happy to pay more for an excellent pair of comfortable flat shoes that meet all my needs and last for years.

Winner: Rothy’s

Wearing Rothys comfortable flats in the cherry blossoms of Okayama, Japan

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Where to Buy Rothy’s

Rothy’s can be bought on their online store Rothy’ or from their small retail stores in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Washington DC, Chicago, and Boston. The full collection is only available online.

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Where to Buy Tieks

Tieks by Gavrieli can only be bought on their online store

See my detailed Tieks review if you’d like more information.

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Rothy’s vs Tieks: Which are the Best Flats?

Both Rothy’s and Tieks are stylish, high-quality shoes that are more comfortable and durable than an average pair of flats.

For me, Tieks are the most comfortable flats and the ones I can wear all day without pain, so if I had to choose just one pair, I’d go with Tieks. They are also more packable and take up less space in my luggage.

I love the wider range of vegan designs that Rothy’s offers, and especially their chic pointed flats. I also appreciate the ability to machine wash Rothy’s and they work better in the rain.

They are great for dinners out and special occasions but aren’t comfortable enough for me for all-day wear. 

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Other Shoes I Love

Allbirds Flats

Erin wearing Allbirds Tree Breezers in Poppy on deck in Bay of Islands, New Zealand
Wearing my Allbirds Tree Breezers in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand

I have new favourite ballet flats—the Allbirds Tree Breezers!

They are ultra-comfortable, cheaper and lighter than both Tieks or Rothy’s, and made from sustainable fabric. They are machine washable flats like Rothy’s.

The only downside is that the soft upper made from knitted fabric (from eucalyptus trees) has a more casual look than the other flats.

A huge bonus is that you can try them for free for 30 days (even wearing them outside!) and return them if they don’t work for you.

They are available in more countries worldwide including the US, Canada, UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and some parts of Asia. 

See my Allbirds flats review for more details and a comparison with Tieks and Rothy’s. 

Allbirds Sneakers and Running Shoes

Allbirds Wool Runners in natural grey worn on the beach
My Wool Runners have been perfect for winter beach walks

I also recommend Allbirds Wool Runners for comfortable walking shoes in cooler weather. They are a more casual, sneaker-type style than Tieks or Rothy’s ballet flats, but a pair of each is a great combo for travel.

See my Allbirds review for more details. 

The Allbirds Tree Dashers are what I use for running as they have more support than the Allbirds Runners (despite the name). 

Teva Sandals

While they might not be the most stylish sandals, I love my Teva Verras. They are very comfortable, supportive, waterproof, and perfect for hiking in hot weather and watersports. 

You can see all the clothes and shoes Simon and I travel with in my carry-on packing list

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  1. Haven’t tried Rothys. I had my first pair of Tieks (matte black) in size 8. Thought it fits my foot well but overtime I realize 7 is just right for me. Though 8 is an inch loose it still works and still gives comfort to my feet and a lot of room for my toes to roam around. haha. The garter helps. After 2 years from my first Tieks, I bought a new one (Taupe, Size 7 ) at first it gives a little discomfort but after a few days of wearing it, it just gives me the right fit. You can walk around with Tieks for the whole day. So far, Tieks is definitely the winner in terms of comfort and durability. My first Tieks is still in good shape after 2 years of service.

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  2. Thank you for doing this comparison. I have many pair of Rothys (the flats, loafers, and drivers) and I would tell anyone who’s thinking of ordering that 1) you have to follow the sizing recommendation (ie. order a half size up) and 2) the sizing is sometimes inconsistent. So, if you get shoes and they are rubbing, send them back and get the next size up! There is no break-in period and it will not get better, but if you get the right size, you will love them forever!

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  3. So which one would you really like the most and still have of more to wear??? Tieks or rothys??

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  4. I have a pair of Tieks that I bought back in 2013, they still look great. When I worked in the office I wore them everyday for 4 years straight. I am going to treat myself to a new pair for my birthday however I thought I would try Rothy’s but after reading your review I think I will buy another pair of Tieks, this time in light pink.
    Thanks for the review

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  5. Most people actually size up a full size in Rothys! You might benefit from trying a 9 vs the 8.5 (I’m a street size 7.5W-8 and wear most of my points in a 9.5!…they changed the fit a little at the beginning of 2019 – before that they were a little wider in the toebox, now they’re a bit longer and narrower in the toe but wider in the heel). They also tend to “form” to your foot over time, resulting in a slightly snugger fit than you get initially. They should NEVER cut your foot like yours did. I have 17 pairs currently (and have had many more that I’ve traded or sold because I also started out with an 8.5 and slowly realized that as they conformed, I needed more room to begin with) and not one has ever done that to me, although some older pairs did have a little glue around the halo that you could trim off with cuticle cutters or a nail file. Another bonus: if you size up to where they’re a little loose, you can use an Allbirds insole in the Rothy’s! AMAZING! Seriously, you need to try this.

    Another point of note: someone above suggested the round flats…those come with a thicker, bouncier insole! :)

    (I came here to read about the comparisons, as I don’t have any Tieks but am contemplating trying a pair..)

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    • Thanks for the tips, Amanda! I did try a friend’s pair in a size 9 and they felt too loose, but maybe you are right that they conform over time. I also love the idea of the Allbirds insole in them as I am loving my Allbirds right now – so comfy!

      Let us know if you try Tieks – I’d love to hear your thoughts.

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      • It took me a while to wrap my head around wearing shoes that were loose vs snug since that’s what you’d look for in most shoes! They do seem to shrink down a little or “settle” a bit over time, especially after wearing in warm weather, which is just due to the nature of the material. Trust me, the thicker insoles are AWESOME! Whether it’s Allbirds or just a pair of insoles from the Rothy’s rounded flats (they’re thicker and they sell them separately)!

        I have Pop Pink Tieks being delivered tomorrow! I ordered after reading your blog posts! :) Fingers crossed my wide feet like them because I LOVE NEON!

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    • Hey! I found your comment very helpful and would really like to know where do you sell or trade your shoes as I own many pairs of shoes I haven’t even tried once.

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  6. Well-written review, but I don’t think this was a fair comparison. Pointed shoes are always going to be less comfortable than round-toed ones. Have you tried the standard Rothy flat?

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    • That is a fair point, although I also find the Rothy’s soles less bouncy than the Tieks. I haven’t tried the standard Rothy’s flat yet but will aim to do so when we’ve left New Zealand (where international mail is unreliable right now).

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  7. I have Tieks and still like brand new . Love it. I’m afraid to try another brand , but I’ll give it a tryout

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    • I’m glad you like your Tieks, Ivette! Rothy’s are quite different but it’s worth giving them a try to see if they work for you.

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  8. I’ve read all the reviews and I am going to go with Rothie’s. I like the pointed toe and the pink color. I will be wearing them to my daughters wedding. Because of achillis tendon problems I can’t wear heals, which is all I used to wear. I’m hoping these flats will be all I’m hoping for.

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    • Unfortunately, Rothy’s only allow a certain amount of discounts per month and we’ve exceeded our allowance. It should work again in a couple of weeks.

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  9. I just bought my 1st pair of Rothys and can’t wait to wear them out. I also have a pair of Teak’s and would not buy another pair. I feel I have to be to careful wearing them and can only wear them for 6 hours at a time. Teaks also show the outline of my toes. I did order the half size up from what I wear and they fit. I did have a break in time. Rothy feel great but I haven’t had a chance to wear them out of the house yet due to the snow. In the house love them.

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  10. gosh. I had the opposite experience. My tieks stretched out and always fell off one foot. They’re $200 and were showing signs of wear within two weeks on patent and metalic leather. Tieks smelled so bad. I would stick them in the freezer to kill the smell. I don’t recommend tieks at all. My friend got them for her wedding and had the same experience with glitter coming of her on her heel edge and getting roughed up and looking horrible after a few weeks. They’re foldable but they’re not small. I can shove my rothys in any bag and they compress pretty flat.

    With my rothys, there was no break in and after 6mo of constant wear in manhattan, they barely show wear. After washing there’s zero smell. I have four pairs.

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    • Everyone’s feet are different, I guess! It’s strange how some people find Rothy’s more comfortable but I definitely don’t.

      I’ve found Tieks really durable, but I’ve mainly had the vegan styles. I also find them easier to pack (and I live out of a suitcase).

      I’m glad Rothy’s work for you though.

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  11. This may be something new but I saw that Rothy’s offers a teacher discount. It is only on select designs/colors. You need to verify your school email and they send you a link. I appreciate the information in this article very much! They are both expensive so I am researching. Hoping I can try both one day!

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  12. I have two pairs of Rothy’s and one pair of Tieks andI love them all! Pretty much all I wear to work. My Rothy’s do STINK, though, even after washing.

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    • Glad you like them both, Ellen! I haven’t had problems with my Rothy’s smelling, but I don’t wear them everyday/all day.

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    • Use vinegar and baking soda on the wash with a scent booster on cold water then lay flat to dry. The smell should come out and they should smell amazing at that point.

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  13. I purchased and received my first pair of Rothy’s and Tieks. I like them both; however, I find that the Rothy’s are more comfortable for me. No break in time at all. The Tieks I’ve had for about a week now and I’m still breaking them in. I have a bone spur on my left foot and I had my right foot fused about two years ago. So, I have problem feet. The Tieks bother me right above the side of the big toe, where a bunion might be, and the tips of my big toe is sensitive to the touch. As the leather conforms to my foot, I feel the sensitivity less, and less. The Rothy’s feel good from day one, no rub, no sensitivity and no pressure points. I love the idea that the Tieks fold up, which is nice for traveling. The Rothy’s are washable, which I really like. Between the two, my favorite and most comfortable are the Rothys. And I think the Rothys are more stylish. I wear dresses every day and I like the look of the Rothys best. Oh, and with the Tieks, their true to size on the Matte collection. I wear a 9 and purchased a 9. With the Rothys I purchased a 10 and they feel wonderful. I thought I’d have a problem with them slipping off my fee or being extremely too big and this was not the case. It was a perfect comfortable fit.

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    • The challenge with shoes is that everyone’s feet are so different! I find Tieks much more comfortable but not everyone does. Glad you like your Rothy’s!

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  14. This post is super helpful! I’ve bought four pair of Tieks and swear by them, but many friends (non-travelers) say Rothy’s are the best EVER. I don’t personally find them cute at all, so glad I can stick to my Tieks, which transition well from day to night. Thanks for the thorough review breaking down each facet!

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    • So I bought one pair of tieks because I too have a friend that swears by them. Unfortunately, I had a horrible experience.. they cut into my feet around the top and rubbed on the back ?… any suggestions?

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      • I wonder if they were a size too small? Tieks have a great exchange policy so you can compare two sizes side by side (as long as you don’t wear them outside, of course).

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    • I’m glad you love your Tieks too! They are brilliant for travel aren’t they? I just wish they’d do more vegan designs – Rothy’s has so many tempting options.

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