The best women’s sandals for walking that won’t give you blisters on your next vacation
There are few things worse than being excited to explore a new place while on vacation and ending the day with a bunch of new blisters. Not only are they painful, but they can ruin the rest of your vacation, especially if you have a limited shoe selection on hand.
MEGNYA Women's Comfortable Walking Sandals with Arch Support
If you’re traveling this spring or summer, don’t forget to pack comfortable walking sandals when you’re loading up your suitcase. Whether you’re headed to the beach for spring break, a new city for your honeymoon or hiking somewhere remote with friends, you’re going to need a great pair of sandals to protect and support your feet.
Below, shop seven pairs of sandals that you’ll be able to walk around in all summer long — starting at just $21.
Available in over 15 different colors, these sandals are a top seller on Amazon. The style features a braided rope upper and a rubber sole, is water-resistant and has reviewers saying, "My feet feel like I'm walking on clouds."
These colorful kicks are sure to add a fun pop of color to any summery 'fit. Totally vegan, these were "created using synthetic and plant-based materials." Plus, they are also durable, water-friendly and easy to pull on and off, thanks to the velcro closure.
Complete with a rubber sole and a ladder-lock buckle, these sandals from Chacos run true to size. According to the product description, these do-it-all shoes are great for everything from checking out a new trail to walking about the shore.
These 1.2-inch sandals from Cole Haan have a smooth leather upper and a velcro strap. They are fully lined and have a rubber sole made with the brand's Grandfoam. Score this style while it's majorly marked down!
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