The Best Travel Shoes of 2015

Versatile kicks for your next weekend escape (Michael Karsh)

Versatile kicks for your next weekend escape.
Sam Moulton

Best Travel Shoes
(Michael Karsh)


Eddie Bauer Rivet

With durable canvas uppers and an unfussy look that pairs well with just about everything in your weekend bag, the Rivet ($70) impresses the old-fashioned way. eddiebauer.com

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(Michael Karsh)


Sanuk Randolf

Think of the slim-fitting Randolf ($60) as a hipper, more streamlined version of the standard-issue Sanuk you might already own. Didn’t watch Miami Vice as a kid? It’s also available in a few solid colors. sanuk.com

 

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(Michael Karsh)


OluKai Nohea Mesh

The Nohea’s ($95) quick-drying microfiber lining is like a chamois for your feet. And we love the flip-down heel that lets you slide into it on the fly. olukai.com 

 

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(Michael Karsh)


Sperry A/O 2-Eye Stripe

A hand-sewn upper and real rawhide laces give the 2-Eye ($80) its classic look, but an EVA heel cup ups the comfort level. sperrytopsider.com 

 

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(Michael Karsh)


Reef Rover Low Premium

This is the most comfortable Reef shoe ($80) we’ve worn. It also looks classy enough for a night out and provides more than enough grip for seaside exploring. reef.com

 

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(Michael Karsh)


SeaVees 05/65 Westwood

The Westwood ($78) is better made and better looking than any of the other retro sneakers we tried. It’s also stable and durable enough for a few sets of mixed doubles. seavees.com

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(Michael Karsh)


Freewaters Captain

The number-one reason we love the Captain ($55): Its foot-bed was developed in cooperation with the sleeping-pad mavens over at Therm-a-Rest. It features little ridges that improve airflow and also feels great on your tootsies. freewaters.com

 

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(Michael Karsh)


Merrell Roust Frenzy

Purpose-built for bicycle commuting, with a stiff midfoot for maximum pedaling efficiency, the faux-leather Roust Frenzy ($110) is so light, airy, and comfy, it quickly became our go-to summer roll-to-work shoe. merrell.com

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(Michael Karsh)

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