Shoes to Travel Withby Camille Conopio
Originally posted on the Inquirer.net
When going on a holiday, deciding which shoes to pack has eventually become a challenge. It’s either over-packing or not even being able to use the one that had been packed. It is important to keep in mind baggage allowance and convenience when packing. It has been said that good shoes take you to places; so know which ones to grab without having second thoughts with our easy tips:
The must-have depends on the travel destination. In fact, consider it as the “main shoe” of your trip. If you’re headed for a winter wonderland, it is ideal to pack a pair of boots — tall or ankle. When headed for an island adventure, sport sandals or rubber sandals are a perfect option. Do not sacrifice comfort for style. A good pair is travel-friendly and can work well in transitioning from being your ready-to-go shoes to a dressy pair.
Where sightseeing on foot is the main activity, it is important to bring your wandering shoes. This pair varies on the comfort of each traveler. It could be ballet flats for some, while others prefer sneakers. The not-so-secret trick to enjoying pain-free journeys is to consider ones with good cushioning and breathability. Remember, nothing makes going around more fun with shoes that are made for walking!
Does your travel involve special activity outdoors? Make sure to save a space for the work-it pair! When you’re off to face the toughest environment on a mountain hike, don’t forget your sturdy yet comfy pair of hiking boots designed to protect your feet throughout the journey. Same thing when trekking, running or spending most of your trip in or around water; the slip-on waterproof or aqua shoes, running pair and trekking shoes are your buddies you cannot forget.
Nothing’s more exciting than traveling with a new pair of shoes, but make sure to treat your wandering soles to comfy and fun adventures with a good break-in prior your trip.