Get comfy in (or out of) the water with the Kane Revive

When it comes to shoes that are meant for the water, you’re either going to be looking at some flimsy thin-soled stuff that’s great for the water, and not so much for on land. Or, you can get something with a more robust sole (either shoe or sandal) that works on land or in the water, but then you’re dealing with materials that usually take forever to dry out. Enter a new option, the Kane Revive, that looks to bring the best of both words.

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Introducing: Lems Chillum

I’ve been a big, big fan of the Lems Boulder Boot for time. I came across them as I was reviewing various barefoot style shoes, and they were by far the most comfortable for me. So much so, that I bought a second pair (in waterproof leather) last fall. Well, spring time, you may not always want a pair of boots. Well, good news, they’ve just released the Lems Chillum.

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Introducing: Loci Vegan Sneakers

Sneakers, who doesn’t like a good pair of sneakers? Though, if you’ve found yourself looking to avoid shoes that have any leather on them, your choices get a bit more limited. And if you’re looking for something that’s eco-friendly as well (and not just another plastic shoe), you get even more limited. That’s why these Loci Vegan Sneakers seem so interesting.

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Keep your feet cool on the trails with the Vivobarefoot Magna Trail

Over the last couple of years, I’ve reviewed a variety of barefoot-style boots and shoes. While I’ve had some definite favorites, one that has worked great in the summer was the Vivovbarefoot Tracker FG. Come warm weather, however, you want something a bit more breathable. That’s where the Vivobarefoot Magna Trail comes into play.

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Keep those feet warm with HiLounge

I don’t know about you, but for me, slippers are all-but-essential for me, for most of the year. I just always managed to have cold feet. It used to always be moccasin-style ones, but I’d either wear them out, or they’d get a bit odorous. The longest-lasting pair I’ve had now are (don’t laugh) lined crocs, but these new HiLounge slippers look pretty interesting.

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Considering the Columbia SH/FT boots

You are, no doubt, aware of Columbia (the brand, not the country). In fact, I remember quite clearly the Bugaboo 3-in-1 jacket that I picked up in college, and still use to this day for snow clearing duties. Well, they of course have all manner of outdoors gear. With weather turning sloppy and cold, you might be considering a new pair of boots. If so, you might want to have a gander at the Columbia SH/FT collection.

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