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post #46 of 51
Do not wear boat shoes. You will be wearing them everyday and they will stink. I believe this also applies to loafers.

CP or MMM Gats would work
post #47 of 51
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How about these new ones from New Balance? They look pretty cool... http://www.valetmag.com/style/products/2012/valet-advocates-new-balance-574-sneaker-071912.php?index1_top_lead

+1. I think there are few choices that (i) can be dressed down or up (I´ve seen these paired with sportcoats in Europe), (ii) are comfortable, (iii) are reasonably durable, (iv) are readily available, (v) fit in with your age, and (vi) won´t cost you big bucks.

Even so, these are more comfortable with good third-party inserts such as PowerStep).
post #48 of 51
Also, since you are walking a lot you might want to ditch the sf approved sneaker and get a pair of brooks that fit your running/walking style. They will be easier on your feet and are made of mesh so your feet will breath better.
post #49 of 51
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This. But not in white.

and they'll look like shit after 3 long days of walking. nice way to waste 300$ ;-)
post #50 of 51
DO NOT TAKE ONLY ONE PAIR OF SHOES. You can stuff your socks in the pair you pack.

Of the top of my head I would pick a pair of dark tan Sebago Schooners and a pair of black Stan Smiths. But if it were me it would be Chestnut RM William Dynamic Flex boots and a pair of Hanwag Puros.
post #51 of 51
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Originally Posted by madeinitaly View Post

there are lots of shoes that have the qualities you need.. but there also lots of prices. 

what is your budget?


in the meanwhile I propose to all this pair of tricker's...love them so much

Where would one find these?
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