Review of the Goruck Jedburgh Rucking Boots which are a surprisingly versatile pair of travel shoes that offer a minimal aesthetic, durable build quality, and enough comfort and support for any terrain or distance.
Review of the Tropicfeel Sunset and Canyon shoes which are lightweight and comfortable travel shoes that offer a nice aesthetic and work well in any environment whether you are jumping into the water or hiking on a mountain.
Review of the Vessi Cityscape sneakers which are a versatile and waterproof shoe that have a nice simple style, a good amount of comfort, and that will help keep your feet dry regardless of the environment you are exploring.
Review of the Lems Chukka which is a comfortable and lightweight travel boot that has a versatile look that will work well with multiple outfits, a solid build quality, and is surprisingly easy to pack.
Traveling with one bag is something I have fallen in love with. As I have written in previous articles, one of the funnest parts of traveling this way is planning out what you actually want to take on your trip. Having the limited space of a travel backpack really forces you to think through what you will need for your trip and come up with some creative ways to take what you need. One of the hardest things to decide on with limited space (and if you are a shoe aficionado such as myself) is how many shoes you can take without sacrificing the flexibility of multiple styles of shoes and, more importantly which types to bring with you. In this article I talk about the number and types of shoes that I have found to be perfect for the trips that I have taken so far.
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