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1. Posted by JimRL (Full Member 38 posts) 11y

Can anyone recomend any good traveling shoes suitable for asia? breathable and waterproof for around £50?

2. Posted by zone (Budding Member 8 posts) 11y


3. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 11y

Don't forget to wear them in! Even the most comfortable, taken-the-shape-of-your-foot shoes will give you blisters at first. But if they're not worn in at all (and for some reason there are people who buy new shoes 'just for the trip'), your feet will become the entire focus of your vacation.

4. Posted by summer910 (Respected Member 1342 posts) 11y

Make sure they're non-slip! I'm a sucker for sandals, they're comfortable and easy to wear. Love them.

5. Posted by ukmassage (Inactive 1052 posts) 11y

I was trekking for a few days in Thailand - in sandals. Nobody in my group had anything else. It's just too hot.

6. Posted by Chada (Full Member 118 posts) 11y

I wear the kinds of light blue on this website. They are all-purpose sandals, from hiking to diving. You look better in them than the bear-heeled ones when you go to some department stores or restaurant in the cities.

I have been having them for longer time than the previous one which were very famous brand, being imported and sold with very high price, but have lower quality.

Better come get them in Thailand, Jim. These ones have very nice prices. You wont' belive it!

Mr. Webmaster, I don't get any commission from the manufacturer, really! Just want to suggest good things to the members.

7. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Hi Chada, what are the average prices of those shoes you recommended? Is there a store in Thailand where you can get them?

8. Posted by Chada (Full Member 118 posts) 11y

I just bought one pair for my friend yesterday, it was on sale at Baht 300 (about US$7.5). The full price at the tag is Baht 380 (about US$9.5).

The bear-heeled ones are about Baht 100 (US$2.5).

Yesterday, I got them from an outdoor night market near Lumpini. That webiste says you can find them in Carrefour, Siam Jusco, Makro, Robinson, Tesco Lotus, Big-C, Central, ...

9. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Wow that is pretty cheap! Thanks a lot for the info, now I know what NOT to bring.

10. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 11y

Ah yes, the joys of purchasing shoes in South East Asia, especially locally made ones!