Most comfortable sandals

Written by todd bowerman
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There's a big difference between tossing on a pair of flip-flops for a day at the beach and spending your entire vacation in a pair of sandals. As a rule, sandals are not designed with comfort in mind and may cause blisters, sore feet, or any number of other issues if worn for an extended period of time. Luckily, there are a few sandal manufacturers working to build sandals that are attractive, functional, and comfortable.

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Adidas Adilette Slides

If you've ever been to a public pool or a gym shower, you've probably seen a pair of Adilette Slides. Slides are very popular sandals due to their ease of use, high comfort, and relatively low cost. Slides do not strap to your foot like hiking sandals and do not have a piece of cloth that goes between your toes. Instead, they operate with one large flat strap across the front of the foot. Slides also have insoles made of small, soft plastic prongs that keep the foot comfortable and supported while in use.

Crocs Sandals

Crocs sandals were introduced in 2002 and since then have become a hugely popular option for people who like to wear sandals full-time. Often the primary choice of shoe for nurses who spend their days on their feet, Crocs have a unique style and are easily recognisable from a distance. There are many varieties of Crocs sandals available, but each one is made with comfort as its primary goal.

Teva Sandals

Teva sandals are made for those who enjoy hiking or other sports in sandals. They boast a front foot and ankle strap for stability and security, and are designed to live up to the rigours of walking long distances in an outdoor environment. All of the sandal straps are adjustable to make them perfectly fit your feet, and the insole boasts arch support as well as a bacteria-killing component to prevent odour build-up.

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