Reviewed – Oxygen Charlotte sandals from Mastershoe-Myshu

In recent years, the trend when it comes to sandals has been that anything goes. Before that, there seemed to be a key trend every season. But now there are numerous sorts of sandals that suit those who want to wear them for style purposes, and those who want to wear them for comfort. And then there are those who want both style, and comfort, and this is where Oxygen sandals step up to the plate. (See what I did there…)

Oxygen sandals have created the Charlotte design that takes the best elements of Birkenstocks and combine them with fashionable features like pretty rustic flowers and a string toe post.  Together, this blends to make a pair of sandals that would look great on the beach in some far-flunged, sun drenched  corner of the world, but can easily be worn, and be super comfortable, on the school run, teamed with jeans on a sunny morning.


Oxygen Charlotte sandals

Oxygen Charlotte sandals

pretty rustic flower design

pretty rustic flower design

I love these sandals. The fit is true to size (I am wearing a size 5), and although not heavy, they are still a substantial sandal, your feet don’t feel like they are actually touching the floor and the shaping of the sole is great for anyone who suffers from pain in the arches of your feet. I chose the tan option as I think these are very neutral and will look great with a range of coloured outfits, but if you want a classic black, or a more striking red option, these are also available.




The sandals are comfortable – you need to let them mould to your feet a little first, but once you have done this, you can easily wear them all day long, so they would also be a great option for someone who works in a salon where you are on your feet for long periods of time.



You can currently make a £15 saving on these sandals – they are now available at Mastershoe-Myshu for just £29.99 which I think is a great price for a leather sandal.

2 thoughts on “Reviewed – Oxygen Charlotte sandals from Mastershoe-Myshu

  1. They look really comfortable but unless I have some kind of strap or piece between my toe I find shoes like this hard to keep on my feet x

  2. I’m going to be honest, I am not a sandal person mainly due to me disliking my feet rather than actual sandals but these do look rather comfy and for the price, it’s a bargain!

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