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Salomon Predict 2 Running Shoes

Take Comfort on the Road with Salomon Predict 2 Running Shoes

By Jill | August 13, 2021

You may be used to running on the roads around home, but not all roads are created (or maintained) equally. Finding a great running shoe that adapts to you and the terrain on which you train often takes some time, but when you do find that “just right” shoe, you’ll want to take it along…

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Hoka Clifton 8 shoes

Stay Light with Hoka Clifton 8 Shoes

By Jill | July 30, 2021

Whether I’m planning to get in some running time on my travels, or I just want an excellent, comfortable shoe for walking around in a new place, I usually bring along a pair of running shoes. With better stability than dress shoes (as well as the ability to wear them all day without tiring my…

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Rackle Shoes Introduces the 6 ounce Alex

By Leah Guill | August 1, 2020

During this time of lockdown and staged openings of our states, many of us are turning to the outdoors more than ever for a much needed break. Rackle Shoes has designed a natural, hemp upper shoe for your everyday adventures. Named the Alex, the Rackle shoe comes in three beautiful colors, Blue Nights, Redwood, and…

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Danner Rivercomber

Paddle Out Wearing Danner Rivercomber Water Shoes

By Jill | July 3, 2020

Whether you’re a year-round water rat, or you’re lured by the summer vibes of lakes, rivers, and ocean—you’ve probably encountered the need for appropriate footwear when you, oops, didn’t have it. Stepping on sharp rocks, getting stabbed by waterborne sticks, or even having your soles poop out from lack of support are all things that…

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KEEN SOLR Sandal

Water Shoes for Water Fans: Keen SOLR Sandals

By Jill | June 19, 2020

Water shoes often suffer from the “do it all” syndrome. Acknowledging that all-terrain needs require on-water performance while also handling land-based features sometimes means that shoes fall short in one area or another. The Keen SOLR Sandals (SOLR stands for Sea, Ocean, Lake, River) focus extensively on high-performance in the water. The low-profile sandal is…

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Black Diamond Session Approach Shoes

Stay Grounded (in a Good Way) with Black Diamond Session Approach Shoes

By Jill | May 29, 2020

Whether you’re traveling to your dream climbing destination, going out for an early morning scramble in the nearby mountains, or headed from the gym from the coffee shop, it’s important to have the right climbing shoes. The Black Diamond Session Approach Shoes combine comfort with performance for a climbing inspired urban approach shoe that are…

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KEEN and Astral shoes ready for trail and travel

By Amy | February 4, 2020

This winter and spring, I have several city destinations on my travel list, plus outdoor adventures that won’t involve snow. I need shoes that can go from the plane to the city streets and the hotel to the trails. Two picks for two different environments below! Astral Hemp Loyak: This casual yet active shoe has…

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Kizik Alpine Shoes

No Hands Necessary with Kizik Alpine Shoes

By Jill | January 17, 2020

Unless you are a regular wearer of slippas (AKA flip-flops), you know the feeling of having to bend down to put your shoes on—whether you are seated or standing while doing it. But when you struggle to get your shoes on, especially after walking through the security section of an airport, you might wish for…

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Women’s boots and shoes for winter weather travel

By Amy | November 12, 2019

Muck Liberty: I’m headed to Germany in winter. Christmas markets and city streets are not guaranteed to be snow-free, but I don’t want to bring a bulky winter boot in my luggage. What to do? Muck, one of my favorite brands for work and chore boots back at home, offers up the Liberty waterproof ankle…

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Lowa San Diego GTX Surround Lo WS

Style Your Feet With Lowa San Diego GTX Surround Shoes

By Jill | October 11, 2019

Everyone’s got a favorite sport shoe to take on their travels that both performs well and looks good, so you don’t have to bring two shoes instead of one. The skate shoe design is one of my favorites to pack along, because it’s versatile for all-around sporty ability (you can walk, run, hike, skate, bike)…

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