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Our Favorite Pairs Of Travel Friendly Shoes

One of the number one questions we receive here at Dame Traveler centers around one question – what kind of shoes should I pack? It’s a well known need for us travelers to have two shoes that can do it all, make us feel fabulous, feel comfortable (…and not rip our feet to shreds after a long day of adventuring). Today, we’re sharing some of our favorite pairs of travel friendly shoes!

Our Shoe Standards

Our needs are simple – comfort and class. Depending on where you’re jetting off to, its important to have some standby shoe classics to turn to. That means one pair of great walking shoes, one pair of shoes that go easily from day to night, a great hot-weather shoe and a great boot for hikes and other outdoorsy activities.

Now, ladies, obviously not all of these can go in your carry on! Pack wisely. Choose two – three shoes max for your adventures. If you’re feeling confused about which ones to pack, make a list of all of your activities and put them into a pie chart. You’ll see very clearly which shoes are an absolute must and which ones are a no-go.

Our Favorite Pairs Of Travel Friendly Shoes

These Shoes Were Made For Walking

Perfect for days on your feet, sight seeing. These shoes are casual, comfortable… and don’t make you look like an obvious tourist!

Our Favorite Pairs Of Travel Friendly Shoes

Adidas Gazelle | Leather Keds | Vans Old Skool Sneakers

Cross-Over Shoes: Day To Night 

These shoes are the shoes that transition easily from day time activities out and about to nights out, grabbing drinks with friends or hitting the town.

Our Favorite Pairs Of Travel Friendly Shoes

Sling Back Flats | Fashion Loafers | Canvas Espadrilles

Hot Weather Standards

Temperatures in your destination making you sweat? It’s important to have some great hot weather standard shoes to turn to.

Our Favorite Pairs Of Travel Friendly Shoes

Leather Slide SandalsMulti-strap SandalKnotted Flat Sandals

Cold Weather Cuties

Should you be about to jet off to a cool weathered climate, having some great shoes for snow, sleet and chilly temps is fantastic. We’re opting to not feature hiking boots… that’s a whole other post!

Our Favorite Pairs Of Travel Friendly Shoes

Black Ankle Bootie | Fur Lined Snow BootsCombat Boots

Do you have some standby travel friendly shoes you always pack? What are your standards for shoes to meet your suitcase?

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1 Comment

  • Reply Sarah September 7, 2018 at 6:57 pm

    Which are the shoes from the photo? I love those!

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