I've never had any issues with Skechers.Last year the shoes I wore did not work, I had the worst blisters I've ever had. What shoes do you swear by when going to WDW? Not trying to spend $200-300 either.
Last year the shoes I wore did not work, I had the worst blisters I've ever had. What shoes do you swear by when going to WDW? Not trying to spend $200-300 either.
Especially when it's sweaty at a minimum and potentially completely soaked through with rain. I totally agree about changing shoes midday, or at the very least every-other-day. Keeping your feet dry over the course of the trip is as important as what you pack in the first place.I'm a big fan of changing footwear once a day, in order to keep any part of my feet from getting rubbed in the same spots for too long.
"Come get your feet laser measured by our machine so we can sell you $160 running shoes."If you wind up going for a sneaker, I'd suggest going to a running shop to get fitted. It shouldn't cost you anything extra, they'll assess you based on your needs/wear pattern/gait/etc., and you should get to try on a good 5-10 pairs of shoes. No one brand or shoe is right for everyone. Case in point, my current favorite high cushion shoe is a Brooks Glycerin 20, but my husband is all about the ASICS Gel Nimbus 25. Good shoes like this also need little to no break in period. In fact, if they're as broken in as some people think shoes should be, they'd actually be worn out. Shoes like these that are designed for distance running also tend to be more breathable, so your feet won't get as hot...although, it's important to pair them with socks that do the same and offer some cushioning and protection at common blister points. My fave socks are Balega Silver No Show and Feetures High Performance Cushion No Show.
"Come get your feet laser measured by our machine so we can sell you $160 running shoes."
For the vast majority of people, four pairs of $40 sneakers are more valuable than a single pair of $160 sneakers. And I say that as a jerk who wears $130 flip flops.
But I 100% endorse the idea that good socks are just as important as well-fitting shoes.
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