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Comfort On The Go

With its leather and breathable nylon upper, Ortholite footbed and triple density outsole, the 7Eventy6ix from SAS ($199) is a retro athletic-styled silhouette with elevated heritage style. It is built to look good and feel good.

There’s no doubt about it: We are all ready for a bit of a shake-up. After a year where comfort and athletic footwear carried the day — it is time to flash a bit more flair. Comfort and athletic trends, spiced up with more stylish looks, are the standouts as we head through spring and look ahead to the Fall ’21 season. These casual, comfortable styles are ready for their breakout roles.


Ready for a stylish spin around the block, Mephisto’s Olimpia, $350, fuses an eye catching upper print with the brand’s optimal comfort and fit. And Mephisto’s SOFT-AIR insole helps to deliver a smooth, fatigue-free walk.

Secret Celebrity

With its on-trend colors and sporty look, athleisure style shines in the $70 Mia Exotic Tonal Sneaker from Secret Celebrity. Seen here in navy, the Mia style is also available in zebra and gray colorways.

mōshn by KLOGS

The $150 Vigor in Blue Indigo, one of four styles from the new mōshn by KLOGS brand, features Dynamic Motion Technology — a heel to toe design that provides stability when standing and has an enhanced toe spring that makes it easier to move forward. And to top it off, this machine washable shoe has a SmartKnit upper, which is stain and water resistant.


The latest version of the ultra-light Spherica from Geox ($140) has an eco-friendly suede and Econyl upper, as well as a cushioning layer covering the full-length of its outsole. The Spherica checks all the important boxes: style, comfort, sustainability and tech.


The $100 Frolic is a fitness shoe from new brand Strole. Like all Strole styles, the Frolic features a corrective arch support system called Soft Stride that delivers support, comfort and improved balance. The Strole brand focus is on “complete well-being.”


The Steadfast is a stability running shoe designed to offer a slipper-like fit. It features the brand’s X2 Technology, a Dynamic Metatarsal Roll Bar that works to reduce bottom pressure by providing torsional stability under the forefoot.

Finn Comfort

The $245 Kamari Jeans Alfa open heeled clog has a hand stitched upper made with full grain leather, a Mary Jane style Velcro strap for fit adjustment and a Polyurethane outsole and a Cork-Latex footbed lined with leather.


With its soft, two-toned leather and unique oblique adjustable closure, Halsa’s Anna, $150, is a perfect combo of comfort and style. A fully removable, anatomically correct Equilibrium + insole helps keep feet properly aligned and supported.


Comfort and style rise to the occasion in Alegria’s Brigid, $120. Ready for work or for the weekend, this versatile style is new for Fall ’21. The Brigid has a hand-stitched, leather upper, a suede leather footbed and an adjustable buckle strap.


The Heidi, $250, from Xelero’s Suisse Collection combines stability and cushioning with a dynamic forward motion. The Oblique toe provides extra forefoot comfort. The brand’s shoes are built to help wearers walk easier and stay on their feet longer with less pain.


With its dressed up sneaker style, the Leela in Moss Waterproof Nubuck, $135, delivers performance and style for a walk or for work. It boasts an EVA footbed with Dansko Natural Arch technology for added support. And it has a propel pad.


Sleek sneaker style is in the spotlight with Propet’s Kinzey, $90. Its retro, athletic-styled construction, topped off by a soft suede upper, makes it a good choice for anything from a quick walk break during the day to a casual night out. The Kinzey has a responsive, shock absorbing, cushioned midsole.


The Torrey is part of Minnetonka’s Home & Away line. The $65 slipper-like bootie has a cozy look and feel, and also features an outsole built for exploring. Plus, its colorful upper means it will be a standout whether it’s being worn in the comforts of home or out in the wild.


This is definitely not your average loafer. Casual style is taken to a new level in the latest version of Vionic’s popular Cheryl ($130) lug sole loafer, which evolves for Fall ’21 to feature cozy faux-shearling insets. And its supportive construction means this shoe is an all-day performer.


Fashion-forward design? Check. Bold colors? Check. Comfort? Check. The $90 Lucinda perforated wedge from Enjoiya delivers not only in design and fit, but it also shines with its stylish details. This cute style features laser cut-outs and bow detailing to help it deliver on fashionable comfort.