Knit uppers are all the rage at the moment, with shoes from Nike to Adidas…
Just because the rain, snow, and cold weather is here, it doesn’t mean you have to stop hiking. Here are five waterproof hikers we tested since last spring that range from fast and light to ultra cushioned rides. All with waterproof membranes, these shoes will not only work to keep your feet dry, but also warm. Lots of snow? Simply throw some trail crampons over top and be on your way.
You don't have to wear shoes when stand up paddleboarding or participating in other water sports, but I prefer to do so. Not only do they protect your feet from rocks, coral, and anything else sharp (or stingy!) beneath the water, but also mean you are instantly prepared to tack on some hiking, biking, or touring for a multi-sport adventure.