Book your pedicure appointments because it is sandal season. My newest obsession is Palm Beach Sandals. I have had my eye on their competitor for a couple of years now. Palm Beach Sandals are very similar to Jack Rogers with some key differences so I wanted to compare Palm Beach Sandals vs. Jack Rogers in a side-by-side comparison.
Palm Beach Sandals vs. Jack Rogers
I found Palm Beach Sandals as I began to further research Jack Rogers. My mind was blown! And I found out Jack Rogers is actually a copy of the Palm Beach Sandal shoe design and actually not a very good copy. This totally blew my mind!
Some key points about Palm Beach Sandals:
- 100% Premium Leather
- Soft Leather Uppers (no blisters or having to “break them in”)
- Thick soles and made to last without getting smelly
- Made in the USA
- Unlimited Color Combinations
- They are cheaper!!
Oprah, Jackie Kennedy, and Lilly Pulitzer all love Palm Beach Sandals…and I think I can trust these three women.
I am so happy with my Palm Beach Sandals. I am already thinking about which pair I should get next. I love my pair so much, I want to give you the opportunity to try a pair for yourself so go check out my Instagram to have a chance to win a pair!
Check out how I styled by Palm Beach Sandals below.
I have been wearing my Palm Beach Sandals for years now and even had my bridesmaids wear them on my wedding day! These are my go-to summer sandals and I now own 6+ pairs of them! Check out some ways I’ve styled them along with my favorite styles!
Hi! How is the sizing on the Palm Beach sandals compared to the Jack Rogers? I’m usually a 10 in about 90% of my shoes but in JR’s I’m a 9.5. Should I get a 9.5 in PB sandals too or are they more true to size and go with a 10? Thank you so much for any sizing intel!
I can definitely do a 7.5 or 8 in most shoes but I find they do run true to size and get a 7.5. You should be safe with a 9.5