As she travels in her shoes, you must be prepared for anything – from volcanoes to earthquakes – she has seen it all.
This shoe is ideal for those who are tired of dealing with the hassles associated with breaking in flats and lace-up shoes, while being constructed from 100% recyclable materials and machine washable! Plus it makes a statement!
1. Dockers Men’s Fisherman Sandal
Dockers Fisherman sandals are the ideal warm-weather shoes. Both classic and casual, this timeless shoe boasts modern comforts such as memory foam cushioning and Fusion footbeds to cradle your feet comfortably while walking over rough surfaces. Additionally, these versatile sandals boast durable open-toe designs, hook-and-loop straps for easy on/off use, hook and loop strap closure, rubber treads for grip on slippery terrains, as well as rubber treads on rubber treads to give maximum traction for maximum traction when walking on rough terrain – look great when combined with shorts or jeans! ShopStyle has all of today’s most-wanted styles so you can keep casual yet comfortable style without breaking the bank – sign up now for exclusive offers or Rakuten Cash Back on all eligible purchases by signing up today and start shopping now!
*Prices were correct as of January 24th 2019; however, prices and availability may change at any time.
2. Allbirds White Sneaker
Allbirds is one of many direct-to-consumer shoe brands that has quickly come to prominence over recent years. Established by New Zealand native Tim Brown and San Francisco engineer Joey Zwillinger, Allbirds provides shoes that are stylish yet comfortable while taking a sustainable approach to footwear design. Their original Wool Runner casual sneakers made Allbirds famous but now the brand offers various styles crafted with wool or tree fabric material.
The Tree style of Allbirds shoes features an upper constructed from soft and breathable Tencel (also referred to as Lyocell). While merino wool tends to stretch over time, the Tree fabric was created to maintain its shape over time.
Allbirds recently debuted the Risers as its latest everyday sneaker, featuring an upper comprised of organic cotton canvas, Tencel, and merino wool as well as a durable natural rubber outsole. Although designed to be worn sockless, Allbirds offers socks specifically made to pair with these sneakers for those who prefer the comfort and look.
3. Lululemon Running Shoes
Clothing brand Lululemon, best known for leggings and yoga mats, has recently announced it’s entering footwear with their Blissfeel shoe designed specifically for women based on four years of research conducted over one million foot scans to understand how female feet fit and move.
These shoes reportedly utilize tuned foams that enable wearers to stay grounded even when traveling over uneven surfaces like trails or sidewalks, such as when hiking rocky terrain. Furthermore, their uppers have been tailored specifically for different movements–with additional compression for lateral movement or extra flex for heel-to-toe motion.
Lululemon’s clothing can be quite costly at PS138 / EUR148; however, their 30-day return policy makes them worthwhile if not entirely satisfied. Plus they come in vibrant colors to match any workout wardrobe! Eventually the brand plans on adding Cross Training Shoe (Crosstrainer), Recovery Slides and Training Shoes (Strongfeel and Strongfeel respectively) into its collection later this year; currently these shoes can be found both online and in stores now! Follow Shannen Zitz for all of your fitness and travel needs by following her on Facebook Twitter TikTok and Flipboard
4. Rothy’s Point Flat
Rothy’s shoes are handwoven from recycled water bottles and foam insoles, and machine washable (you can even throw them in the dryer with newspaper to speed up this process). Over 100 million single-use plastic water bottles have been recycled into Rothy’s signature thread and thus saved from polluting waterways.
Rothy’s flats are lightweight, comfortable, and have an eye-catching style. No break-in period necessary – however they aren’t intended for hiking and may feel fragile on cobblestone streets. Rothy’s recently conducted a campaign where each pair purchased of The Point or Loafer styles would be donated to women battling or surviving breast cancer.
The Point flats tend to run narrow, but their stretch fabric gives plenty of give so they mold to your foot as you wear them. Their pointed toe doesn’t widen as much, though, so if your feet are very narrow it might be beneficial to size up by half for additional room. They come in various styles including sneakers, driving loafers, Mary Janes and Chelsea boots along with sandals from this company.