27 Comfy Pairs Of Shoes Reviewers Love For Travel

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And here’s what BF editor Jenae Sitzes — who owns these boots — has to say:

“Reviewers swear these don’t even have a break-in period, making them a great pickup for that last-minute outdoorsy trip where hiking and rough terrain are on the docket. Note that it’s recommended to go up a half size in these boots to accommodate thicker hiking socks, and I found that to be true when I picked up these shoes myself — I’m normally an 8 but found an 8.5 in these to be totally comfortable. I also found that they hold up well even on my first hike — though I did admittedly still have some soreness around my heel area, this was after a hard, 7+ mile hike with lots of rocks and climbing, so I don’t blame the shoes. They felt comfortable right out of the box and super supportive when I was clamoring over rocks and rough terrain. And though I only stepped in water a couple of times briefly, my socks stayed dry too. I got the brown color with red laces as pictured above, and they’re even cuter in person, which is just another plus.”

Promising review: “These boots are so comfortable, no break-in period needed. Bought them a week before traveling to Utah where I hiked in Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. They were a dream!!! I am a standard size 8 but bought a size 9 to allow for more wiggle room and thick socks. I would consider sizing up.” —Kerri

Get them from Amazon for $59.99+ (available in sizes 5–12, including wide sizes, and 16 colors). 

FYI, if you have Amazon Prime, you can give these a spin before you buy them!

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