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Are you a fan of strappy sandals? Are you also at least a somewhat active person? Those two things don’t always go together. When you’re looking for cute sandals that are rugged enough to wear for hours of walking without falling apart or causing blisters, grab the Keen La Paz Thong.
Stop the snickering. Not thong, as in underwear, but as in flip-flops. These sweet sandals have more straps than the traditional toe sandals, with ankle-strap support as well. The washable polyester webbing is adjustable in two places, so you can tighten up when necessary, yet make your shoes loose when your dogs are tired.
The molded EVA footbed is cushioned just enough to provide comfort, and yet it’s sturdy for long walks or easy hikes. The rubber outsole has razor siping to improve traction in wet conditions. It also doesn’t mark up the floor, which is a big plus.
I’ve worn these sandals while traveling in Mexico, Kauai, Dominica, Puerto Rico and Aspen. They’re one of the first things I grab when packing for warm-weather destinations because they do double duty—a very important quality in travel footwear.
The shoes run a little on the narrow side, but the front of my foot is somewhat wide, and they worked fine for me. Additionally, you might consider ordering a half side up.