With spring finally approaching it’s time to start thinking about warmer weather and what additional gear you might need to have to get out there.
One item that is key is your shoes. Not your hiking boots, but the shoes that you wear for knocking around – especially if you’re hiking, camping, kayaking, or canoeing near the water. Sometimes there’s nothing worse than having to wear your boots around the campsite after you have stopped hiking for the day - and getting your boots wet is even worse. But it’s not smart to walk around barefoot and you probably don’t want to carry a heavy pair of sneakers in your backpack all day so that you can relax in the evening. We’ve all tried flip flops but they always seem to feel slippery.
A great solution to this problem is Zeko Shoes. They’re water resistant with a quick-drying microfiber wicking mesh upper and a ventilated sole that drains water away. They have a sturdy compression molded vented EVA sole that is slip resistant, absorbs shock, creates a comfortable cushion and allows for good air circulation to keep your feet cool and dry. Since they have adjustable Velcro straps, they are easy to get on and off. At 5.5 ounces they’re light enough to justify some space in your pack.
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