Footwear


Sandals

My favourite are Sandália Goóc, specifically the Geocasp, which are comfy, as steady on rough terrain as most shoes, and largely recycled. I would appreciate tips on how to get these outside Brazil. Seems impossible?

Given that difficulty, I’m interested in the Xero sports sandals although they are rather expensive. They have an impressive warranty, though, and seem to weigh nothing.

A lower cost alternative might be lightweight folding sandals like flipsters.

Sneakers

Shoes are expensive new and subject to fluctuations in fashions; I prefer to buy them second-hand.

If you cannot find the ones you need used there are low-impact new options. FYE shoes are made out of lots of recycled plastic. Allbirds does wool-plastic runners.

Sock shoes

Skinners the sock-shoe are at least a low-material shoe. At EUR50/pair they are not cheap per gram but they look terribly convenient.

Socks

I am fond of ozone which has ridiculously deisgner socks.

Hiking boot

TBD

Sizes

Women's Size Guide

AU/US 5 - 11

MM | EU | AU/US |
216-222 | 35 | 5\5.5 |
223-230 | 36 | 6 |
231-234 | 37 | 6.5 |
235-238 | 38 | 7\7.5 |
239-246 | 39 | 8\8.5 |
247-251 | 40 | 9 |
252-258 | 41 | 9.5\10 |
259-265 | 42 | 11 |

Men's Size Guide

AU/UK 6 - 14

MM | US | EU | AU/UK |
216-222 | 7 | 39 | 6 |
223-230 | 7.5 | 40 | 6.5 |
231-234 | 8\8.5 | 41 | 7\7.5 |
235-238 | 9 | 42 | 8 |
239-246 | 9.5\10 | 43 | 8.5\9 |
247-251 | 10.5\11 | 44 | 9.5\10 |
252-258 | 11.5\12 | 45 | 10.5\11 |
259-265 | 12.5\13 | 46 | 11.5\12 |
216-222 | 14 | 47 | 12.5\13 |