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Women’s Naot

Sunday, June 5th, 2011

Comfort women’s shoes – Naot, Curvetures, Dansko?

I own a pair of Dansko’s that I love, but I have not tried Naot or Curvetures. How do these brands compare to Dansko? Which do you find most comfortable? Thanks!

I would actually go for a pair of merrels. They are extremely comfortable and have many defferent styles. whether you want a sandal, tennis shoe, dress shoe, or some cute flip flops they have them all. And they are all pretty cute. If I were you I wouldn’t go for the Naot- not the best choice, but I guess the Curvetures are a better choice, if you had to go between the two. But in my opinion merrels are far superior!

Naot Pleasure - Red Pepper

Naot Pleasure – Red Pepper

The Pleasure mary jane offers the comfort and style a woman needs. A fashionable bow and sleek heel make this shoe a winner!…

Naot Footwear - Sea (Red Pepper/Terra Cotta) - Footwear

Naot Footwear – Sea (Red Pepper/Terra Cotta) – Footwear is proud to offer the Naot Footwear – Sea (Red Pepper/Terra Cotta) – Footwear: ‘Sea’ is from the Shell Collection, which leans toward a medium to wide width. ; This shoe will makes waves in the comfort line. ; Cute maryjane inspired casual with swirl design on upper. ; Hook and loop strap for a perfect fit. ; Super soft leather covered footbed is comfortable and absorbs perspiration. ; …

Naot Footwear FB08 - Allegro Replacement Footbed Insoles Foot Care

Naot Footwear FB08 – Allegro Replacement Footbed Insoles Foot Care

Refresh your feet and your insoles with the Allegro Replacement Footbed from Naot®. Replacement footbed is designed to be used in the Naot Allegro collection of shoes and sandals. Smooth leather upper helps draw moisture away from your feet to keep them healthy and dry. Deep heel indentation helps the body balance and protects the heel bone as you walk. Cushioned center conforms to the natural sh…

Naot Footwear FB01 - Scandinavian Replacement Footbed Insoles Foot Care

Naot Footwear FB01 – Scandinavian Replacement Footbed Insoles Foot Care

Keep your feet healthy and happy with the Scandinavian Replacement Footbed from Naot®. Replacement footbed is designed to be used in the Naot Scandinavian , Floral , Cosmopolitan , and Ambiance collection of shoes and sandals. Smooth leather upper helps draw moisture away from your feet to keep them healthy and dry. Deep heel indentation helps the body balance and protects the heel bone as you wa…

Naot Coast - French Roast

Naot Coast – French Roast

Fun & flirty, the Coast mary jane is the perfect shoe for any occasion….

Naot Coast - French Roast

Naot Coast – French Roast

Fun & flirty, the Coast mary jane is the perfect shoe for any occasion….

Naot Womens Salvador, 41, Black Matte

Naot Womens Salvador, 41, Black Matte


Naot Salvador Womens Black Matte…

Women's Naot, Rachel

Women’s Naot, Rachel

Women’s Naot, Rachel Beautiful leather uppers with cut out details Contoured cork midsole soft suede covered insole Rubber and EVA sole This sandal is anatomically engineered for optimal comfort and support. …

Women's Naot, Matai

Women’s Naot, Matai


Women’s Naot, Matai A comfortable leather casual maryjane Leather linings Padded collar to cushion the heel Suede covered shock absorbing cork / natural latex insole Footbed is removable to accommodate an orthotic flexible Rubber and EVA sole This shoe is anatomically engineered for optimal comfort and support. …

Women's Naot Matai mary jane

Women’s Naot Matai mary jane


The Matai is a stylish mary jane from Naot. Leather and suede combination featuring a removable cork and latex footbed for absolute comfort….

Women’s Morgan Sandal

Saturday, April 9th, 2011

The Come-Back of the Clog

The clog, a type of footwear now in fashion, evolved from a shoe traditionally worn by mining workers and farmers. Then, used as a protective piece of clothing, the clog has now developed into: sandals, high-heeled footwear, as well as boots.  This spring, and what seems to be, fall seasons, clogs are hitting stores in a variety of designs.

There are so many types of clogs; it is virtually impossible to name them all.  The original clog was made out of wood (willow, poplar or birch), and was regularly associated with countries such as:  Sweden, Belgium, Denmark and The Netherlands.  The thick soles of the shoe served as protective gear against heat, rock and some acids.  Some of the original clogs were also developed with ‘toecaps’ (steel or variant metal reinforced toes).  Factory workers handling large equipment most often wore this style of shoe.

Although the clog has now developed into a footwear statement, worn by women and men worldwide, some gardeners and farmers continue to wear the original wooden clog in Holland.  Clog dancing, or clogging is also still a pastime that is practiced today.  During the mid-nineteenth century competitions were even held for such traditional dancing.

It was not until the early 1970′s that the clog began to be worn as a fashion accessory.  Men in Sweden would wear the clogs with socks.  Women would wear them, more as a sandal.  Women also wore raised clogs that had soles as high as six to eight inches.  In the late seventies, the fad came to the United States and other western countries.  Clogs came equipped with buckles, laces, straps and zippers.  They were also created from raw wood and leather to match a look of freedom that some hippies exhibited.  In the disco era, the taller clogs were worn to dances and clubs.

Today, such designers as Steve Madden, Stewart Weitzman and Nicole Richie have developed their own style of the clog.  Madden has designed an airy, light model, while Stewart Weitzman has developed a clog from a vintage point of view.  Nicole Richie is keeping it raw with her animal prints and thick leather wears this season.

This 2010 spring season, Chanel even rocked clogs down the runway as an accessory to be exhibited.  Sarah Jessica Parker has been spotted on several occasions wearing flirty clogs, with ribbon or leather straps up the calf.  This past summer Morgan Yakus’s version of the lined clog bootie was completely sold out in Manhattan last winter.  Patent leather, suede and printed clogs are also on the verge of becoming insanely over-popular.

Whether you have an idea of a clog being a fad from the seventies, or dance shoes for countries possessing an overabundance of tulips, the fad is back.  Clogs can change up any fashion statement. Whether with denim, shorts or perhaps a classy romper, these shoes are definitely making the news.

Onex Women's Morgan Thong Sandal

Onex Women’s Morgan Thong Sandal


Add a touch of sparkle to your sunny day style with the Onex Morgan sandals.Textile upper in a thong sandal style with a round, open toeRolled toe thong post with sparkling rhinestone accents at the vampTextile lining, cushioning insoleFaux cork 1/2 inch mini platform midsoleTraction outsoleFaux cork 1 3/4 inch wedge heelFor best fit, order 1 whole size larger than your usual size….

Women's Morgan Sandal

Women’s Morgan Sandal


522MO-05.0-M Color: Bronze, Size: 5, Width: M (Medium) Available in Multiple Colors! / Specialty Sizes Available! Morgan Slide by Touch Ups Morgan slide from Touch Ups will add a delicate feminine flair to your step. Great match for everything from jeans to flouncy sundresses. Features: -Morgan in Bronze. -Part of the Morgan collection. -Synthetic upper material. -PVC outsole material. -Slip-on dr…

7 for All Mankind Women's Morgan Sandal

7 for All Mankind Women’s Morgan Sandal

Slip into the Morgan sandal from 7 for All Mankind and you’re chic for summer. This breezy, Brazilian-made sandal features thong styling and slender straps that wrap the ankle and tie for a ballet shoe effect. The center features a patch of reptile-embossed leather for a touch of exotic flare, and a small slice of a heel offer just a hint of lift….

Teva Women’s Tirra Leather Sandal

Monday, November 8th, 2010

Teva Sandals – The Water Keeper Soles

Why to take a risk of your expensive pair of shoes, which will get heavy when wet in water when Teva sandals are always your sporting companion. Mark Thatcher, inventor of Teva sandals in 1982, was working as a river guide in the Grand Canyon. He found most of the shoes useless during boating and hiking and understood that it was time to make something different. Like others, his fear of risking sneakers getting wet provoked him to make suitable footwear, and this provoking thought was a call for the first sports sandals ever. The whole footwear industry, was revolutionized when Teva (means nature) hit the shelves. Before getting his invention patented, Thatcher sold more than 200 pairs himself. More and more professionals and outdoor fans loved Teva sandals because of their traction control and agility.

Teva has a dedicated team working on fundamentals of playing in water. Teva encourages people to walk fearless on a slippery edge and be adventurous on a patch of ice. Teva sandals maintain a perfect balance and protection from water. Teva’s lab known as T.I.D.E (The Innovative Design Elements) is facilitating with a team of innovative scientists. As T.I.D.E promises durability and innovation, its shoes have a perfect grip with the three-toed sloths.

Not only water sports footwear, but also a grand collection of women’s sandals is available for great comfort experience. Including most demanding Tirra Leather, Pretty Rugges Nylon 3, Hurricane XLT, Zlich, Haloa, Ventura Cork2 Leather, Meadow Luxe, Mush print, Brea TMG, Omnium, Mandalyn Wedg Ola, lllum Leather, Contoured Ribbon Mush, and Neota is available on stores. Most favorite sandals from men’s collection are Toachi 2, Terra Fi3, Tanza, Brea TMG, Benson, Sutter Creek, Cardenas Fisherman, Fossil Canyon, Obern, Zlich, Katavi Leather, and Agate Thong.

Teva has been concentrating on three different categories to provide different benefits a customer can ask for. T.I.D.E Grip uses Vibram and Durabrasion technology. Vibram fabricates unmatchable outsoles, assuring durability and versatility. Durabrasion rubber gives a great balance of durability and performance, which assures ultimate experience. Another fundamental used by Teva sandals is T.I.D.E Hydro. Its revolutionary formula keeps water out of your shoes but also keeps your feet from sweating, leaving them dry, inside out. The drain frame technology keeps your pair from squishing and leaves your feet and sandals dry.

Lastly, the T.I.D.E Comfort comes with ShocPad, which gives you a smooth cushion in your walk, maximizing your performance. It also comes with a 3M Thinsulate insulation, which keeps the feel of your feet alive, in most dense and cold scenarios. With all these super-cool perks at their hand (or should I say feet), Teva sandals are a must buy from Shoebuy. Shoebuy has the best deals and offers, and with their easy order processing.

Teva sandals come in all colors and designs and are must buy for everyone.

Teva Women's Tirra Leather Sandal

Teva Women’s Tirra Leather Sandal


The Tirra from Teva is the perfect sandal for outdoor adventures. It features a leather upper with a foam and stretch mesh lining for comfort. A spongy footbed cushions every step and absorbs shock, and a patented rubber outsole offers traction and durability. Plus three hook-and-loop straps allow for a perfect fit….

womens teva tirra leather sandal rust

womens teva tirra leather sandal rust


teva tirra leather sandal stone women's 4177

teva tirra leather sandal stone women’s 4177


SOLE Women’s Sport Flip

Monday, March 8th, 2010

Tips for the Ballroom Dancing Novice

1. Just do it! Too many would-be dancers have convinced themselves, or let others tell them, that they ‘just can’t dance’, so they never even attempt to learn. If you can walk, you can learn to dance. Ballroom dancing is composed of steps, forward, back, to the side, and in place. It’s the combining of these steps in different ways that creates the pattern of a dance. The steps are learned one at a time, just like when you were two and learning to walk! Don’t let anyone discourage you, you CAN learn to dance!

2. Choose a studio carefully. All dance studios are not the same. It has been my experience that the best value for the money is with a locally owned, independent studio, rather than one of the nationwide chains. This is not always the case, but I’ve found it to be true more times than not. I would also strongly suggest that you find a studio that caters specifically to ballroom dancing, not one whose primary interest is ballet, tap, jazz, with only a couple of ballroom classes added as an afterthought.

3. Sign up first for a beginner group class. I recommend this for several reasons. Group classes are usually quite reasonably priced so there is no huge initial outlay of cash. Everyone in the group is just like you, a beginner, so there’s less chance of feeling silly if you miss a step or two. (And you will, but so will everyone else. You’ll quickly learn to just laugh it off and keep going.) Whether or not you have a partner will not matter in a group class. Most instructors will rotate the partners in a class, partially to take care of uneven numbers of men and women, but also to improve each member’s ability to lead, if you’re a man, or follow, if you’re a woman. There’s a lot of joking and laughing during group classes as everyone learns new skills and makes mistakes doing so. They’re always a lot of fun, and you’ll be surprised how quickly you begin looking forward to the next class. Classes generally meet once a week, usually for an hour, for a period of 6 or 8 weeks, at which time you can choose to continue with that class or choose another.

4. Don’t get discouraged! You’ll probably come away from that first class feeling a bit overwhelmed and letting negative thoughts invade your head, telling you that you’ll never get it right. Simply not true! You fortunately can’t remember back when you were two and first learning to walk. How many times do you suppose you fell on your tushie before you actually made it all the way across the room?
What if you had told yourself to just give up, this is too hard, I’ll never learn this? I guess we’d all still be crawling! No, don’t give up. When you get home, try to repeat at least some of the steps you learned during that first class. Even if you can’t remember them by the time you get to your car, the next class almost always starts with a review of the last class. If you’ll stick to it for the duration of the 6 or 8 week session, you’ll come out on the under end with the knowledge of some basic moves under your belt, I promise.

5. What should you wear to class? The attire worn to ballroom dance classes is as varied as the people who attend them. Some wear jeans or slacks, some women prefer to dance in skirts or dresses. Wear clothes that are comfortable, perhaps a little loose, to give you the freedom to move without constriction. Another thing to consider when choosing your apparel is temperature. Most studios are kept a little on the cool side, so you may be tempted to wear a sweater or long-sleeved shirt. I would advise against this. Believe it or not, your body temperature will increase as you dance, to the point that some people actually perspire. A short-sleeved, lightweight shirt will serve you well. Be clean, casual and comfortable.

6. Your choice of shoes can make the difference between enjoying ballroom dancing and not being able to even master the steps. Please don’t make the mistake of wearing rubber-soled shoes. They don’t offer the proper traction for sliding, spinning or turning. A loafer-type is good, or any shoe with a smooth sole. For women, a shoe with a heel makes for attractive movements, but certainly isn’t a necessity when you’re first getting started. Later on, you may want to consider purchasing a pair of dance shoes. These are specifically designed to be worn on the dance floor and nowhere else. The soles are suede, allowing them to slide easily, which makes turns and spins almost effortless. Some studios offer dance shoes for sale, or there are many sites online from which you can order. I also don’t recommend wearing open-toed shoes, such as sandals or flip-flops. Remember you’re in a beginning class, and there is always the possibility of someone accidentally stepping on those toes!

7. Arrive a few minutes before the time the class actually begins. There is typically a sign-in sheet and many studios give out name tags to help you learn your fellow dancers. If you have dance shoes, you’ll need those extra minutes to change from your street shoes. Arriving early also gives you the opportunity to mingle a bit with others who are there for the same class. Nothing disrupts a class more than someone rushing in late while the instructor is demonstrating a new step.

8. Commit to practice. You will never become proficient in ballroom dancing, (or anything else, for that matter) without practice. If you’re having a problem with a particular step or pattern, it’s perfectly acceptable to hang around a few minutes after class and go through it a time or two with your partner. Practice the steps at home once or twice a day, you’ll be amazed how much better you retain them throughout the week and it will make the next class just that much easier. This is another benefit of arriving early for class, it affords you the time to practice those steps once more before the instructor begins. Most studios also offer a ‘practice party’ or ‘studio dance’ weekly or monthly. These are excellent for praacticing what you’ve learned as well as seeing the more accomplished dancers, which is what you’re striving to become! I can’t emphasize enough the importance of the studio dances and the role they play in honing your dancing skills. Make plans to attend whenever possible, even when you’re new and just starting out. Maybe even ESPECIALLY when you’re new and just starting out! The seasoned dancers are always happy to help a newcomer and the dances provide a perfect complement to your classes.

9. Enjoy all the non-dancing benefits of ballroom dancing. Through your dancing, you will find a boost in self-confidence, an increase in balance and an improvement in posture. Through your dancing, you will raise your heart rate, thus improving your cardiovascular health. Through your dancing, you will meet new people, make new friends, improve your social skills, and possibly establish new business contacts. The dance floor is a great equalizer. In a beginning class, everyone is a beginner, whether they’re a doctor or lawyer, a construction worker, waitress or school teacher. For that hour each week, the stresses of daily life simply melt away as you immerse yourself in learning the steps and listening to the music and connecting with your partner. It’s great therapy and a lot cheaper than a psychiatrist!

10. Most importantly of all, HAVE FUN! It’s not a race or a competition, everyone arrives at the same place eventually, dancing with their partner and having a wonderful time. You may experience moments of frustration with yourself or your partner, but don’t let that overshadow all the benefits of becoming a ballroom dancer. If you find you’re not enjoying what you’re doing, consider a different dance. Perhaps the foxtrot or waltz is not your cup of tea, try the cha-cha, tango or the swing. Given time, you’ll find your favorite and you can focus on that. My guess is that you’ll wind up like most ballroom dancers, loving them all and not wanting to stop until you’ve learned them all!

Welcome to the magical world of ballroom dancing!

SOLE Women's Sport Flip Flip Flop sandal

SOLE Women’s Sport Flip Flip Flop sandal


SOLE Sport Flip Flops for Women – Moldable footbed molds to your feet as you wear them – Orthotic Arch Support is great for people with plantar fasciitis arch and/or heel pain….

Avon Sporty Flip Flops Sandle Thongs Allure Sport Lime Green & White Faux Suede

Avon Sporty Flip Flops Sandle Thongs Allure Sport Lime Green & White Faux Suede


Avon Sporty Flip Flops are Green & White
Suede uppers with a Rubber sole for better traction
size lg 9-10 Very comfortable with a flexible sole. These slippers run true to size perhaps closer to the larger size…

Custom Foot Orthotics Sports or Dress Pair

Custom Foot Orthotics Sports or Dress Pair


Custom Foot Orthotics – Shoe inserts
Arch support Dress or Sports Pair…

Reef Women's Fanning Sandal

Reef Women’s Fanning Sandal


The Reef Women’s Fanning Sandal treats your feet oh-so-nicely whether you’re a landlubber or trekking in watery conditions. A full heel “airbag” provides cushy comfort for longer adventures, and a built-in bottle opener on the sole encourages further relaxation once you reach your destination.Product FeaturesUpper Material: nubuck leatherWaterproofing: water-resistantSole: CMEVA, polyurethaneConst…

SOLE Men's Sport Flips Flip Flop sandal

SOLE Men’s Sport Flips Flip Flop sandal


Get a sandal that’s made to be a custom fit with the Sport Flips from Sole. Featuring a wear-moldable footbed, metatarsal support and an ergonomically wide strap, this find is destined to be your favorite look to slip into….

Rainbow Mens Premier Leather Sandal

Rainbow Mens Premier Leather Sandal


Online exclusive! For the long ride. Soft leather straps Rainbow embossed footbed. Logo patch on sandal strap. Logo-embossed non-slip outsole….

Reef Women's Sandy Flip Flop

Reef Women’s Sandy Flip Flop


On your mark, Get set. GO! Authenticity patch on stitched foot strap. Features logo-embossed soft arch foot bed with gum rubber outsole….

Reef Men's X-S-1 Thong Sandal

Reef Men’s X-S-1 Thong Sandal


Take your enjoyment level at the beach up a notch with the Reef X-S-1 thong sandal. This handsome t-strap features a synthetic upper and church key bottle opener. Its anatomical arch support and injection molded midsole offers an unmatchable level of comfort and support while a thick rubber sole gives you excellent traction to battle off those slippery resort floors. Don’t leave home this summer w…

Chaco Women’s Webbing Flip Sandal

Wednesday, January 7th, 2009

Why and Where to discover a Women’s Chaco Sandal Sale!

Chaco Sandals deliver a full line of sandals and footwear which might be specifically for many who are fixated with the thought of comfort. If consolation is what you need, Chaco sandals are what you need. They’re offers a concise line of sneakers and sandals for the consolation obsessed. They are the last word cocktail of stylish and sturdy. It’s even better is you will discover a Chaco Sandals Sale. You should also check Womens Chaco Sandals.

Chaco presents the classic Z1 and Z2 magic performance sandals in addition to the Hipthong, the Zong, and the Leather Flips. There are various extra kinds in between those. Have you ever ever heard the phrase in case your foot is sad your physique will most likely be sad too? Effectively it’s true. Chaco sandals have managed to place fashion and comfort collectively in one. When your footwear do not match appropriately it will possibly make you drained and may harm your legs, neck and back. Right now is a superb time to shop around for a Women’s Chaco Sandal Sale.
Here is a rundown on the comfort features that are commonplace on Chaco Sandals.
1. Made with contemporary basket-weave development, performance outsoles and lighter weight design,
2. The polyester strapping system is totally adjustable. It uses a pull-via design to offer you a decent match without having to take care of the bulk of extra buckles and straps
3. The webbing whether or not single or twin strap is quicker drying then nylon.
4. Chaco sandals have a new lighter polyurethane midsole that gives extra softness and support.
5. Chaco sandals have a model new lighter polyurethane midsole that provides extra softness and support
6. Cacho sandals have molded arches that provide support for the foot.
7. Rubber lugs which can be spaced far aside make for simple cleaning in addition to nice traction. This goes whether you might be on land or in water.
8.When you need it, you’ll have the option to have the sandal resoled as a substitute of buying a new pair.
9.If you need to clear your sneakers, put them in the washer and tada you have got a brand new looking pair of shoes.

These sandals also take an enviromentaly method, but they still handle to look good at the similar time. Listed under are a couple of locations to go if you need to seek for an excellent sale.

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Chaco Women's Switch Premium Sandal

Chaco Women’s Switch Premium Sandal


This chic and sporty thong sandal from Chaco goes beautifully with casual wear, from Bermuda shorts to long cotton skirts. Ergonomically designed for comfort, the Switch features a combination fabric and leather upper and a soft, molded polyurethane footbed with excellent arch support for all-day wear. The sandal’s Vibram sole is ultra-light and offers durable traction on wet and dry surfaces….

Chaco Women's Z/2 Vibram in Stitch Brown

Chaco Women’s Z/2 Vibram in Stitch Brown


With a focus on forefoot control, the Z/2® features a wrap-around toe loop that keeps your feet locked to the footbed. Our 360 Wrap-Fit adjustable straps feature soft polyester webbing that dries fast and maintains a consistent fit, making the Z/2® an ideal choice for the most demanding endeavors. ” Toe-wrap for side-side forefoot stability ” Heel-leash for front-back stability ” 360 Wrap-Fit ad…

Chaco Women’s Zong Sandal

Saturday, September 13th, 2008

Pamper your Feet with a Pair of Comfort Shoes

Are shoes a source of pain for you? Maybe you have an unusual sized foot or maybe your feet have undergone a trauma that has made it hard to find comfortable footwear. The good news is there are several brands of comfort, supportive footwear.

To name a few of the more popular ones: New Balance, Merrell, Clarks, Finn Comfort, Ecco and Chaco. They are popular because their shoes are proven to give you comfort and stability with every step. They are made of the best available materials and designed to make it easier to walk through your everyday life.


Shoemakers know not every woman wears a 7½ medium, just as not every man wears a size 10. There are lots of people with unusual shoe sizes who need a comfortable shoe. Between the brands mentioned above, shoes are available in more than 50 sizes – from a size 1 to a 50. The shoes also come in a variety of widths – ranging from super slim to slim to narrow to medium to wide to extra wide and XX wide.


And don’t think that just because they are well-made that you have to spend a fortune on good shoes. In fact, comfort shoes by the manufacturers listed above range in price from under $50 to a few over $250. For most people who have suffered with ill-fitting shoes, almost any price is worth paying if your feet are not going to hurt.

New Balance

New Balance was founded in 1906 by William J. Riley, who wanted to help people with foot problems by making arch supports and prescription footwear. He was quite successful, but when the next generation stepped into the company, New Balance developed the first performance running shoe – the Trackster, with its rippled sole. The shoe was a hit with athletes, coaches and runners. Today, New Balance continues to focus on running shoes, as well as other comfort shoes.

The men’s MR993BK is a classic running shoe, made with a pigskin and mesh upper. It is lightweight, but thoroughly supportive. The polyurethane midsole cushions the foot. There is extra cushioning in the heel for even more shock absorption.

A durable walking shoe for men is the MW780BR. The company calls it a breathable country walker that is lighter than most hiking boots. Made of Nubuck leather and mesh upper, the shoe is nice enough looking to be worn casually. Its stability web provides midfoot support and also reduces the shoe’s weight. This walker offers the maximum shock absorption and its non-marking rubber outsole will give the walker great traction.

New Balance also offers a country walker for women, the WW755BN. It is an attractive, casual slip-on shoe that you could wear on a hike, or with jeans into the grocery store. It has a split suede upper that lets your foot breathe. There is cushioning in the heel and forefoot for shock absorption. It also has durable and non-marking rubber outsole.


Newer to the comfort shoe market, Merrell Footwear Company was founded in 1981with the goal of creating footwear that would promote an active lifestyle. The company first made shoes that could ensure high performance despite rugged terrain. Now, as people tend to specialize in their activities – rock climbing, trail hiking, running or walking – Merrell is making shoes to meet all demands. It also makes shoes for indoors, such as sandals and moccasins.

A classic hiking boot for women is the Siren Waterproof Mid Leather. With these rugged, supportive boots, you can hike mountains, cross rivers and jump across rocks with little effort. Made with Nubuck and pig suede leather upper, the bellows tongue will keep out dirt and debris. It has a comfort midsole and an air cushion in the heel to absorb shock and keep you stable on your feet.

Merrell also has a multisport shoe for men called the Moab GTX XCR. It’s a low-cut shoe that will keep your feet dry in most atmospheres. The upper is breathable mesh with waterproof  Nubuck leather. The mesh bellows tongue lets air get to your foot. It has a rubber toe bumper, a multi-sport plus sole for protection and traction, and an air cushion midsole for shock absorption.


Chaco’s founder, Mark Paigen, was working as a whitewater rafting guide on the Colorado River in the mid-1980s when he started making sport sandals for himself and then the other guides. Paigen couldn’t refuse when customers wanted in on the shoes. Faced with growing demand for his sandals, Paigen launched Chaco in 1989.

Today, the company continues to produce a variety of sandals for men and women. They are known for their colorful synthetic uppers and the BioCentric footbeds that have molded arches, offer extra shock absorption and prevent over pronation. One of its better known sandals is the Zong EcoTread, a slip-on performance sandal with an outsole made partially of recycled rubber.

No matter what your foot size or shape, shoes should never be a source of pain in your life.  Comfortable, functional footwear isn’t a pipe-dream.  All of the aforementioned companies can provide you with a pair of comfortable, stylish shoes at a reasonable cost.  So what are you waiting for?

Women's Chaco Zong X EcoTread

Women’s Chaco Zong X EcoTread


Our new double-strap version of the popular Zong, the Zong-X offers added comfort by conforming to the subtle curvatures of your foot. ” Double-strap Zong-X conforms to variations in feet ” Toe-wrap-Fit adjustable straps ” ADDSTRIDE™ footbed with PU formulation oriented towards out-of-box comfort ” EcoTread outsole features 25% recycled rubber…

Chaco Women's Zong Sandal

Chaco Women’s Zong Sandal


Free-heel convenience blended with our performance focused Z/2®, the Zong provides easy-on/easy-off comfort while keeping your forefoot firmly engaged. ” Toe-wrap for side-side forefoot stability ” 360 Wrap-Fit adjustable straps ” ADDSTRIDE™ footbed with PU formulation oriented towards out-of-box comfort ” EcoTread outsole features 25% recycled rubber…

Chaco Women's Zong EcoTread Sandals Zebra Aqua

Chaco Women’s Zong EcoTread Sandals Zebra Aqua


A great sandal for any outdoor enthusiast,Quick drying polyester upper,Toe Wrap Fit Adjustable Straps,BioCentric footbed with PU formulation,EcoTread Outsole Features 25% Reclycled Rubber,Toe-Wrap for Side-Side Forefoot Stability,Double Strap Coforms to Curvatures in Feet,Sole Picture May Vary In Contrast Color…