Travel Shoes & Boots

Keen Terradora Waterproof Mid Boots

Splash Through Anything In Keen Women’s Terradora Waterproof Mid Boots – A Quick Review

By Jill | December 22, 2017

Where will your travels take you in the new year? If you’re looking for footwear that gives you all-day comfort but will also keep your feet dry, whether you’re facing winter’s wet weather or summer snowmelt on mountain trails, there’s a women’s boot that you should add to your travel wardrobe. The Keen Women’s Terradora…

Olukai Nohea Moku Shoes

Comfortable Travel Shoes For Men: OluKai Nohea Moku – A Quick Review

By Jill | December 15, 2017

Travel gear is always about versatility. Unless you have unlimited patience for hauling around luggage and unlimited funds to pay for checking your bags when you fly, then you have unlimited wardrobe options when you travel. But if you’d rather keep it lightweight and inexpensive, you need to choose gear that you can wear over…

Teva Women's W Ember Moc Shoe

Teva Ember Moc Winter Travel Shoe – A Quick Review

By Amy | December 12, 2017

When I think Teva, I think summer sandal, but this shoe wear company also makes gorgeous boots and shoes for all-season travel. My current favorite: the Teva Ember Moc, described by Teva as ‘part sneaker, part sleeping bag’. They’re not exaggerating, actually. The Ember Moc is a wonderful hybrid, with a sneaker sole and plenty of…


LOWA Aerox GTX® Surround Shoes For Men And Women

By Leah Guill | December 8, 2017

LOWA Aerox GTX® Surround for men and women are an amazing, versatile shoe. We have had these shoes for about 3 months and they are constantly being worn on our adventures. LOWA Aerox GTX® Surround I am always looking for a shoe that can do it all. With a crazy work/family/friend/event planning life, I need…

Charleston Shoe Company

Versatile Travel Shoes From Charleston Shoe Company – A Quick Review

By Amy | December 5, 2017

Have you heard of Charleston Shoe Company? As of a few months ago, I hadn’t, but this American-born shoe company is making great strides (sure, pun intended…why not?) in the travel shoe space. Their affordable, comfort-focused shoes are on-trend and versatile, plus almost all their styles will pack down easily in any carry-on. So what…

De La Vina Dos Chelsea boots by Teva

De La Vina Dos Chelsea Boots By Teva – A Quick Review

By Amy | November 21, 2017

Fancy name…understated yet elegant boots! Teva’s  De La Vina Dos Chelea boots are the shortest boot style in the De La Vina line (which also includes a tall boot and a mid-sized boot). I love the Chelsea because of its no-nonsense pull-on style (I can tug these babies on and be on my way in…

Vibram Furoshiki Shoes

Packing convenience with Vibram Furoshiki Shoes

By Jill | October 6, 2017

Fall and winter travel often consists of packing for destinations where the weather is cold and conditions can be rainy or even snowy. In those cases, travelers often wear sturdy shoes, leaving the summer sandals at home. But sturdy shoes can make less-than-optimal travel shoes—at least, where transportation comes into play. How many times do…

OluKai Pehuea Leather Shoes

Hit The Streets In OluKai Pehuea Leather Shoes – A Quick Review

By Jill | August 25, 2017

I’m always looking for the most comfortable and versatile travel shoes. You know the ones: You can wear them on the street and in the restaurant, they’re easy and quick to take off and on (for those TSA checks and on the plane), you can wear them all day without feeling like you wore them all day, and they look good.

OOFOS Sandal Styles

New OOFOS Sandal Styles For Summer – A Quick Review

By Amy | July 11, 2017

Back in 2013, we reviewed a new recovery shoe company called OOFOS. I’ve been a personal fan ever since. This year, OOFOS has some new designs for summer, and while you don’t wear these shoes for fashion (remember Crocs? It’s a similar fashion situation), I promise that anyone who tries on a pair will be…

Danner Mountain 600

Stay In Hiking Comfort With Danner Mountain 600 Boots – A Quick Review

By Jill | July 7, 2017

Taking the time to break in good hiking boots is hard, especially when you finally get the boots a few weeks before your trip, and well… time just runs away with you. It’s a good thing a few boots are so comfortable that you don’t really need to spend a lot of time breaking them…