A pair of shoes that are so versatile for long vacations and flights has been praised by both flight attendants and TRAVELERS.
It can be hard to find the right shoes for your holiday.
It can be difficult to keep your bag light, especially if you are only taking hand luggage.
Clarks shoes received rave reviews online.
Amazon has praised the Clarks Sillian Paz Slip On Loafer for its lightweight and comfort.
The shock-absorbing outsole is so comfortable that you can walk up to 12 hours per day.
One person wrote: “These shoes are so comfortable and good value for money, that it is the third time I have bought these, to wear to work, where I am on my feet all day! They are like slippers.”
Another agreed: “They are very lightweight and easy to pack for travel.
“I am not a shoe hog, but made an exception for this shoe – I have it in five colors!”
One cabin crewmember wrote: “I am a flight attendant. I use these shoes as my on board the aircraft shoes’. They are the shoes that I change into after I leave my airport terminal heels.
“They’re so comfy and light to pack.”
While Clarks no longer sell them, they can be found for as little as £45 online, or on Amazon.
Experts on travel reveal the shoes that you shouldn’t take to the airport.
Trainers, it turns out, should always be kept in the suitcase
Founder of Sole Bliss, Lisa Kay said: “Trainers are certainly comfortable and offer an easy, street-style look. However, they can actually become a bit of a hindrance when you’re moving through airport security.
“Taking them on and off means un-tying the laces and then re-tying them back up again, which can make you feel a bit rushed and flustered as you gather your things.”
Andrea Fischbach, a flight attendant, said that flip flops are not the only option. WhoWhatWear“If you are in a hurry and need to move quickly between terminals it’s best to get a shoe that allows mobility.
“Plus, they aren’t very practical running gate to gate.”
This is why you should not take your shoes off while on the plane.