- Jan 22, 2012
Keeping in mind heat and ability to get wet and dry quickly from weather and water rides, please recommend comfortable wear all day shoes for rope drop to close people. No desire to carry multiple pairs!
I did crocs my first trip back after taking a 10 year break. I had 4 blister on one foot and 3 on the other and it happens with in 20-30 minutes of putting them on when it started to rain I would bring a pair of sandle or anything that really fits your foot well before getting crocs as any movement and blister can start. I go a few time a year for a week at a time and since that trip I might get two blister ( the same spot so I now just put blister bandaids on) about once a yearThanks for the tips. I prefer sneakers too but find them hot in the summer and I need socks. Since we go infrequently,we go from morning to night. The last time we went to US, we got drenched and it was so uncomfortable and smelly for the rest of the day. I love the tip about deodorant! I was thinking more of something like Chacos or Keens or a similar brand with a strap and looking for experience with those types. No Crocs, they don't breathe and no between the toe flip/flop style.
thanks for the info. I just ordered some Chacos Z1Classic from REI for a great clearance price. Plenty of time to get them broken in before mid June. I don't mind sneakers in cooler weather but they are unbearable to me in the summer!I bring Chaco and Teva sandals. I love that every strap adjusts. My feet start to swell around day 5, so they can still be comfortable. I bring a pair of Croc flip flops to wear around the hotel in the evening. However, I agree that personal preferences play a big part. I only wear sneakers for working out. Otherwise, I don't like wearing them.