Debra Reverie Shoe

$ 129.95

SKU: ALG-DEB-380-36
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Alegria comfort shoes American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) Accepted

The Debra is a closed-heel clog with a print Reverie design on genuine leather upper with double elastic gores for easy slip on and off.

  • American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) Accepted.
  • Hand stitched with a leather lining and a stain-resistant coating applied to the leather upper.
  • Elastic gore at each side of the instep allows for a secure fit and for easy on-and-off
  • Padded heel collar to prevent heel from slipping and helps ensure a snug fit
  • Suede leather covered insole allows for breathability, leaving your feet feeling fresh and dry.
  • Slip-resistant and non-marking Classic Rocker outsole is engineered to roll naturally. This encourages proper posture and a more natural walking motion.
  • Takes our Classic footbed (ALG-999) in either medium or wide width.
  • Footbed is replaceable and removable, which allows for the use of a custom orthotic.
  • Footbed is made from a blend of memory foam, cork, and polyurethane, and will mold to your feet giving you comfort and support unique to you.
  • Heel height: 1.75"

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Awesome Shoes

This is my third pair of Alegria shoes. I’m a Nurse and on my feet all day. These shoes keep my feet going! My last pair lasted 6 years. My only disappointment was the fact that they no longer offer the paisley pattern. The Reverie is pretty so I can’t complain too much.

Love these shoes.

Comfortable all day long, and fun to wear. Cheerful.


Five star

My favorite work shoes.

The Debra shoe works really well for me for my 12 hour work days. I know my size so its easy to order and my order was fulfilled promptly. My shoes always get noticed.


The shoes are amazing as always. I will say that the company was quite a bit slow on getting the shipment out, but due to COVID I guess this is to be expected. I wish I could find more stores that sold them locally so I could avoid the shipping issues in the future.