Putting some thought into which men’s wide shoes to pack in your suitcase is worth it if you want to get the best out of your holiday. It can be tricky as you want to be prepared for every occasion but you don’t want to overload your luggage.
Even if you’re not planning on doing lots of walking, it’s always a good idea to have a pair of trainer-type shoes which offer some support for your feet. Shoes with a shock-absorbing sole are ideal and will stop you tiring so quickly when you’re wandering around the local markets, enjoying an evening stroll or hiring a bike to get around.
Trainer-type shoes from Cosyfeet - style Buddy
If you’re heading for the sun, a pair of leather sandals is a must if you want to stay comfy and cool. If you like wearing socks with your sandals, but don’t want to commit a fashion faux-pas, you could always opt for a ‘shandal’ style. A cross between a shoe and a sandal, it will keep your feet covered and protected but still allow them to breathe.
'Shandal' from Cosyfeet - style Floyd
A pair of fabric shoes might also come in handy. Lightweight and easy to pack, they can be dressed up or down so you won’t need to pack an extra pair for the evenings.
Lightweight fabric shoes from Cosyfeet - style Jason
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By Daisy Nicholson-Lailey