Best Men's Casual Shoes For Walking All Day in 2021
Skechers Men's Cessnock Shoe, Black, 13 W US
- Breathable mesh
- Bungee lacing
- Slip resistant
- Relax fit
- Memory foam insole
Skechers mens Go Walk Max-Athletic Air Mesh Slip on Walking Shoe,charcoal,10 EEE US
- Skechers GOwalk Max midsole and outsole for high level cushioning and support
- 5GEN sole - proprietary lightweight injection-molded compound with memory retention helps absorb impact
- Goga Max technology insole for maximum support and cushioning
- Combines a proprietary 'SQUISH' component with our exclusive material
- Super lightweight mesh fabric upper for ideal fit
- closure type: slip-on
Skechers for Work Women's Ghenter Bronaugh Work and Food Service Shoe,BLACK, 11W US
- Air cooled memory foam
- Breathable textile material
- Water Repellent
- Nursing Shoe
- Food Service
- Closure Type: Lace-Up
Clarks Men's Touareg Vibe Oxford, Black Leather, 12 EE - Wide
- Easy care leather
- Flexible sole
- Non-marking outsole. PU Sole Material
- breathable leather
- comfort footbed
Clarks Men's Cotrell Free Shoe, tobacco leather, 9.5 Wide US
- Heel Height 1.57 inches
- Ortholite footbed
- Cushion Soft technology
- EVA outsole
Skechers Sport Men's Afterburn Extra Wide Fit Wonted Loafer,pebble,13 4E US
- Slip-on Closure
- Memory Foam Insole
Rockport Men's Eureka Walking Shoe Oxford, Black, 11 XW US
- Rockport uses only soft, genuine leathers that give you the quality and comfort you expect in a casual shoe.
- Each element has been engineered to flex in all directions, giving you the freedom to move confidently and comfortably in all directions.
- For a shoe that helps provide a secure ride, enjoy an outsole that helps deliver durable, stable movement on a variety of surfaces.
- Find the right fit for you with our extended size and width offerings of narrow shoes, wide shoes, and extra wide shoes.
Rockport Men's Get Your Kicks Mudguard Blucher Shoe, tan embossed, 10 M US
- Removeable Ortholite footbed with EVA heelcup
- Textile lining
- EVA outsole
Rockport Men's Chranson Lace-Up-Dark Brown/Black-12 M
Skechers Men's GO Walk Evolution Ultra-Impeccable Sneaker, Charcoal, 11 M US
- Lightweight, responsive Ultra Go cushioning technology
- Skechers Air Cooled Goga Mat insole
- High-rebound Ultra Pillars energize every step
- Durable mesh upper with twin gore panels for secure fit
Something about becoming a mother was going to do something weird to the synapses of my brain, rendering me unable to leave the house wearing matching shoes. I was going to drive away with a coffee cup on the roof of my car or forget to wear deodorant or
I was warned.
Something about becoming a mother was going to do something weird to the synapses of my brain, rendering me unable to leave the house wearing matching shoes. I was going to drive away with a coffee cup on the roof of my car or forget to wear deodorant or fail to remember why I was at the store. Worse, I wouldn't even care. If I forgot to wear make-up or brush my teeth, it wouldn't matter because of the baby. Somehow, the fact of the baby would make everything I once held dear cease to matter. I was going to be a mom so nothing was going to be about me anyway.
It was inevitable. My existence was about to be swallowed whole by a seven-pound creature. Why did it matter if my hair was frizzy or if my post-pregnancy muffin top of a stomach didn't look right in what I was wearing? Who would be looking at me, anyway?
But something in me rebelled. I would be different, I avowed. I was joining the sisterhood of ditzy moms in my forties so surely I would be spared some of the mind-altering affects suffered by so many others. My older and wiser brain would remain intact.
Mommy brain attacked my emotions more than anything else. I spent the first three or four months weeping whenever I had time to ponder his existence, gloating over how perfect he was, wondering what I had done to deserve him. The first time I accidentally tapped his head on the corner of a table, I wept with him because I had made him cry.
I used to write every day. He's nearly eleven months old and this is the longest semi-coherent thing I've attempted to write since before he was born. I just can't seem to focus…
Some moms tell me the scattered thing happening in my head will go away once I stop nursing. Others tell me it will happen once he starts school. A few warn that it lasts until he's at least eighteen. I watch my own mother, who has four children in their forties, and something tells me some people never recover from "Mommy Brain," but that may not be such a terrible thing after all.