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Definitly comfortable. (But not comfortable like your really old, worn out, smelly flip flops that you've been wearing for way too long but only because you can't find another…
- Chelsea, 04/26/10
They are made on the small side..I always buy a 7 and this 7 was entirely too small.…
- patti, 09/20/13
La Fayette Georgia
For the price, these flip flops were my sandal to beat this past spring/summer. Super squishy comfy, the bottoms totally molded to my feet after a couple of weeks of substanti…
- Lillian, 08/22/11
I only buy Reef sandals and this is the first time I bought ones with a thin strap. I really like them. They kind of give a super casual sandal a more dressy look! Super co…
- JESSIE, 06/25/08
As a guide for an adventure company, spending a lot of time on trail and in and out of rivers and streams, I don't trust any other sandal on the market. I've tried a few other…
- DONNER, 10/27/11
At first my big toe felt ostracized, but then it realized it's actually getting special attention.
I wouldn't wear any other sandal. The end.…
- BONNIE, 06/02/09
I was a fan of Chacos with my first pair of Z/2s but then thought that I would try the double strap ZX/2. I will admit, I was a little apprehensive, but once I got them on my…
- Ashley, 04/26/10
These shoes couldn't be more amazing, even after three straight years of use. I wear them every day during the summer and most of the time I wear them all year anyway. Great f…
- Maggie, 05/06/12
Women's Shoes + Boots
If you have feet, it's probably a good idea to put shoes on them before you go outside. Luckily for you, we've got some sweet shoes and boots for your feet, no matter what you're planning to do outside.
Check out women's insulated boots for example. I would not recommend not wearing shoes when it's super cold and snowy, that's why I throw my full recommendation behind women's winter boots. Check out boots that are insulated and waterproof from sweet brands like Sorel, Asolo and The North Face. My personal favorite are Sorel boots, I just have to pick a pair to get. So many choices.
Since we're talking about boots, we should probably talk about women's hiking boots. The way I think of it, there are basically three tiers of hiking boots. First, there are women's light hiking boots. These are lightweight, but still offer more support than a hiking shoe. They're great for fast and light day hikes and overnight hikes. Next, you have hiking boots that offer more support for when you're carrying a heavy pack or trekking over rough terrain. Finally, if you're a total badass and you're climbing mountains 'cause you're that cool, check out women's mountaineering boots from brands like La Sportiva, Scarpa, Garmont, and Asolo. But, you're a mountaineering badass, so you totally already knew that.
If you're more of a going down mountains type, we've got women's ski boots and women's snowboard boots for you. I guess which one you pick depends on whether you like to go sideways or straight forward down that mountain. That's what they tell me anyway.
We've even got some pretty sweet specialty shoes, like women's skate shoes, and women's vegan shoes. I'm sure there are probably vegan skate shoes, too. You should get those ones. Also for sure worth checking out are women's water shoes. They're quick drying and give great traction so you can wear canoeing, kayaking, or wandering around in streams.
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