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Comfy Sandals for Holiday

(12 Posts)
yazzy85 Wed 10-Jun-15 16:29:46

Please recommend me me some comfy sandals for a summer holiday in spain. Thank you x

HolyDrinker Wed 10-Jun-15 16:36:28

I've not had these off my feet since I bought them. So comfy.


NomiMalone Wed 10-Jun-15 16:37:07

Saltwater are the comfiest sandals I've ever owned.They do need a wee bit of breaking in but after that they're heaven and look lovely too smile.

yazzy85 Wed 10-Jun-15 21:39:39

Are the saltwaters hard at the base??

Sammasati Thu 11-Jun-15 00:01:12

Tevas are fabulously comfy, hard wearing, can be worn in water and last years.

PetiteBateau Thu 11-Jun-15 07:12:02

My saltwater sandals were really comfortable straight away, no breaking-in required. The sole is hard but they are very comfortable

Lunaballoon Thu 11-Jun-15 08:33:56

Fitflops. Very comfortable if you don't mind toe posts.

JugglingLife Thu 11-Jun-15 08:40:04

Yes to Teva.

missmartha Thu 11-Jun-15 08:41:25

I've got Saltwater and love them. They are comfy, but the sole is thin and you can feel gravel and stuff like that.

For me it's Birkies every time, like walking on air.

hellsbellsmelons Thu 11-Jun-15 09:48:03

I hate toe posts - I recently got THESE so far so good but I haven't worn them for any length of time yet.
Also really liked THESE
These are for holiday by pool and beach etc... but seem comfy for other use as well.

yazzy85 Thu 11-Jun-15 22:27:51

Thanks everyone. I tried the saltwaters but they are too flat/hard and fitflops were too loose. I think the Teva ones look perfect as I will be walking lots and have ordered some off Amazon, may also lool at birkies for casual wear.

Coastingit Fri 12-Jun-15 12:53:18

Those Whistles ones are gorgeous but £150 for summer sandals is next level craziness.

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