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ThunderMTexpert
06-24-2007, 04:53 PM
I'll spare you another croc question!! What I want to know is, what type of shoe is best- breathable and all- for a 21 year old man? His crocs cause blisters after some time and I don't find they breathe at all! Flip flops are out of the question, for multiple names he calls himself when wearing them-:rotfl: And I was wondering what type of tennis shoes would look best!! TIA~

briar_rose_59
06-24-2007, 06:53 PM
Hmm, well, I don't personally own a pair, but I've seen a couple of brands of running shoes with "mesh" type sides that are supposed to breathe. Some also have holes in the sole that allow your foot to breathe. Most sports stores should have a couple of styles especially now that it's summer.

Magic2000
06-25-2007, 08:49 AM
I personally think Nike tennis work out fine - nice and comfortable. Get a pair now though, and break them in. Nothing is worse than a brand new pair of shoes being broken in at Disney!!! (Don't get lime green shoes though - they don't match well!!)

Sorry he doesn't like his LSU crocs!

Have a great trip!!!!!

ThunderMTexpert
06-25-2007, 10:44 AM
I personally think Nike tennis work out fine - nice and comfortable. Get a pair now though, and break them in. Nothing is worse than a brand new pair of shoes being broken in at Disney!!! (Don't get lime green shoes though - they don't match well!!)

Sorry he doesn't like his LSU crocs!

Have a great trip!!!!!

you take everything soo personally. all i said was that walking around a sweaty park all day would give him BLISTERS, same as allison. doesnt mean she hates her crocs. :sad2:

englishteacha
06-25-2007, 11:12 AM
I love my New Balance sneakers. One pair I have has a lot of mesh on the top, so my feet breathe well. My feet also get very wet in a rainstorm, though! Something else to consider are LL Bean's "Summer sneakers." They're vented and have drainage holes in the bottom. Great for rainy days or wet rides! Try on quite a few pair of different styles. I'm sure something will be found that's perfect.

WildGrits
06-25-2007, 01:25 PM
Here's a second vote for New Balance. But I get blisters every time I go to WDW. I accept it is probably the way I walk because nothing makes a difference.

fAnnF
06-26-2007, 11:36 PM
I love my new balance but for the parks in December it's my crocs with socks, I don't wear my crocs for long periods without them, they hurt my feet. I don't like tennis shoes much as they feel too tight around my feet but for large amounts of walking or the 10K I usualy do every year, they are great.