10 Best Tennis Shoes For Walking All Day

Updated on: July 2021

Best Tennis Shoes For Walking All Day in 2021


Skechers Men's Cessnock Shoe, Black, 13 W US

Skechers Men's Cessnock Shoe, Black, 13 W US
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

STQ Women's Mesh Slip on Sneakers Casual Walking Shoes Running Breathable Lightweight Comfortable Knitted Athletic Tennis Shoes Navy, 6

STQ Women's Mesh Slip on Sneakers Casual Walking Shoes Running Breathable Lightweight Comfortable Knitted Athletic Tennis Shoes Navy, 6
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Slip-on Design: Slip on design with Elastic Cuff is convenient for user to put on and take off.
  • Light and Breathable : This walking shoes have durable knit upper with good stretch allows the foot to secure fit,breathable and smooth fabric provide great freedom and comfortable.
  • Wide round toe for toe stands:super lightweight and flexible just like socks,breathable and smooth fabric provide great freedom and comfortable feeling.
  • PU outsole with air cushion: High-quality rubber materail is non-slip and wear-resistant, provides great traction and grip.It is a perfect platform wedge sneakers that can wear all day and match all pants,dress,tops. Platform measures approximately 1.96".
  • OCCASION:fits for long time standing work,walking,casual,floor shoes,plantar fasciitis,nursing,fishing,gardening,dress,shopping,travel,driving,jazz,tap dance,street jazz,ballet,folk dance,zumba,athletic,workout.

ASICS Women's Gel-Venture 5 Trail Running Shoe, Frost Gray/Silver/Soothing Sea, 9.5 M US

ASICS Women's Gel-Venture 5 Trail Running Shoe, Frost Gray/Silver/Soothing Sea, 9.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Rubber sole
  • Rugged neutral runner in mesh with bright overlays
  • GEL Cushioning System
  • Removable foam sockliner accommodates orthotics
  • Trail-specific outsole with multi-surface traction

Under Armour Women's Charged Assert 8 Running Shoe, Black (003)/White, 10.5

Under Armour Women's Charged Assert 8 Running Shoe, Black (003)/White, 10.5
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • NEUTRAL: For runners who need a balance of flexibility & cushioning
  • Lightweight mesh upper with 3-color digital print delivers complete breathability
  • Durable leather overlays for stability & that locks in your midfoot
  • EVA sockliner provides soft, step-in comfort
  • Charged Cushioning midsole uses compression molded foam for even greater responsiveness & durability, providing optimal cushioning & energy return

Skechers Women's GO Walk JOY-15641 Sneaker, Navy/Pink, 6.5 M US

Skechers Women's GO Walk JOY-15641 Sneaker, Navy/Pink, 6.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Lightweight, responsive 5Gen cushioning
  • Skechers Air Cooled Goga Mat insole energizes every step
  • Breathable mesh upper
  • Soft fabric lining

ASICS Women's Gel-Venture 6 Running-Shoes,Indigo Blue/Black/Coral,7 Medium US

ASICS Women's Gel-Venture 6 Running-Shoes,Indigo Blue/Black/Coral,7 Medium US
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Rearfoot GEL Cushioning System: Attenuates shock during impact phase and allows for a smooth transition to midstance.
  • Removable Sockliner: A sockliner which can be removed to accommodate a medical orthotic.
  • Removable Sockliner: A sockliner which can be removed to accommodate a medical orthotic.
  • Trail Specific Outsole: Reversed lugs provide uphill and downhill traction on all types of terrain.
  • AHAR Outsole: Acronym for ASICS High Abrasion Rubber. Placed in critical areas of the outsole for exceptional durability.

Skechers Women's Comfort Flex Sr Hc Pro Health Care Professional Shoe,gray/multi,7 Medium US

Skechers Women's Comfort Flex Sr Hc Pro Health Care Professional Shoe,gray/multi,7 Medium US
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Air cooled memory foam
  • Breathable textile material
  • Water Repellent
  • Nursing Shoe
  • Food Service

Skechers Performance Men's Go Walk Max-54601 Sneaker,black,11.5 M US

Skechers Performance Men's Go Walk Max-54601 Sneaker,black,11.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • Lightweight, responsive 5Gen cushioning
  • Skechers Goga Max high-rebound insole for maximum comfort
  • Breathable mesh upper
  • Soft fabric lining

Reebok Men's Work N Cushion 3.0 4E Walking Shoe, Black/Black, 11 4E US

Reebok Men's Work N Cushion 3.0 4E Walking Shoe, Black/Black, 11 4E US
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Leather and synthetic upper
  • Low-cut design
  • EVA foam midsole
  • Rubber outsole
  • Beveled heel

ASICS Women's Gel-Excite 6 SP Running Shoes, 8.5M, White/ICE Mint

ASICS Women's Gel-Excite 6 SP Running Shoes, 8.5M, White/ICE Mint
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • AmpliFoam Midsole - Engineered to maintain durability at softer densities, providing better flexibility, comfort, and platform adaptability ideal for natural running.
  • Rearfoot GEL technology cushioning system - Attenuates shock during impact phase and allows for a smooth transition to midstance.
  • Ortholite Sockliner - Moisture management (Ortholite is a registered trademark of ATP Manufacturing LLC).

Plan a $1,000 Wedding in Two Weeks - Part 2: The Venue

In putting together a wedding in about two weeks - and on a shoestring budget ($1,000 or so), I realize that my discoveries can be good information to share, so I'm writing about the steps I'm taking.

Location

Reception: food, drink, cake, etc.

Colors I'd choose?

Wedding Dress for me

Bride's Attendants?

Robert's clothes

Wedding Flowers

Wedding rings?

Invitations

Invitees - his/mine

Don't forget: Jenny's school, pre-cruise packing list, what bills to pay before leaving town, last minute things to do
Things you can't get married without: license, preacher, rings

Then, of course, for almost each of the above items, there's a separate list. Take location, for example. We had first planned to invite only immediate family and one or two friends, which would mean a guest list of about 23 people. One of my friends, Renea, who has an open, spacious living room/den/dining room combination with a nice fireplace offered her home as a spot for the ceremony. Robert and I talked about it and decided it would be nice, cozy setting for a small, intimate wedding. And then the list of invitees began to grow. Fortunately, a mutual friend of mine and Renea's manages a facility with meeting rooms and quite often does weddings, receptions and big parties at his facility. When T. Clark learned of my upcoming wedding, he offered to host it at his facility. I won't bore you with the details, but let me just say this: I had talked with small chapels, churches, hotels, and various people about where to have a small wedding and reception. The charges for the venue alone were usually outrageous. However, there are some creative places in which to wed, such as:

Meeting rooms at State Park Inns

State- or County-Owned/Managed Historic Sites (check out the Chapel at Cannonsburg in Murfreesboro,
Tennessee)
Private homes of friends or family (indoors or outdoors, weather permitting)

Meeting rooms in malls, hotels, and event centers

After T. Clark's generous offer, I met with him to discuss the set-up: tables (whether I want round (large or small) or square tables), whether we want rows of seats or seating at tables, an aisleway for bride's entrance; what I have in mind for entertainment, food service, etc. T. also showed me around the facility, noting that they have restroom facilities for the small meeting room which I am using, and larger restrooms with the larger meeting room on the other side of the kitchen. Since there is no one in the large meeting space that night, the bride (me!) will have a private dressing area. We also discussed kitchen use, the other bathroom facilities, decor, what I need to supply and bring, etc., etc. And as we talked, the decisions were made.

Let me point out here that event planners who do this all the time are a source of valuable information, and keeping in touch with T. Clark during this time by email is working very well for me. Should I have a question, I simply zap him off an email, asking things like, "is there a coffee urn there I can use? Is there freezer space for rings of frozen pineapple juice for the punch?", and the next day or so, I have his answer. Also, when I mentioned I wanted to have a DJ and Karaoke, he simply opened his rolladex and sent me an email with links to several he knew of, saving me a lot of time in searching for event entertainment.

The plan is that the D.J./Karaoke equipment will be behind a "wall" which is placed at the front of the room. The preacher's back will be toward that wall, and T. will set up a dance floor in the front of the room, with rows of chairs for use during the actual wedding ceremony. After the ceremony, the chairs will be moved so attendees can use the dance floor. Toward the rear right, the food tables will be set up, with a long table for the hot and cold appetizers and a round to hold the wedding cake. A Party Place has attractive, disposable tablecloths (for $3.50 each!), and since my colors are red, gold and cream, I decided to use centerpieces of poinsettias and red/gold ornaments and matching table runners. Each poinsettia should run about $10 (and can be taken home and used for the entire Christmas season) and the table runners were $1 each at the Dollar Tree (and they're really pretty!).

So, here's what I'd accomplished with all these decisions: inexpensive, season- and color-appropriate decor, all of which is easily disposable for ease of clean-up. I also picked up several spools of red, white and gold 2" wide ribbon for $1 apiece at the Dollar Tree, with a total expense of between $85 and $100 (depending on the final cost of poinsettias) to decorate the room for both the wedding and reception.

Note on Venue Costs: Rooms in event centers, hotels, etc. are normally rented for events on Saturday nights and not usually for events on Friday nights. This is great knowledge because negotiating a cost break on a night that is not in demand is much more likely.

Note on Hiring DJ/Karaoke/Entertainment: These folks are very competitive and stay informed as to what's happening in the industry, so most of the time, you'll get comparable prices from each one. Before you contact them, ask around, inquire of several people (including your venue manager) what the cost should be for a specific amount of time, say, 3 hours. I was told that a DJ should run somewhere around $300 to $350 for the evening. So after careful consideration, I decided if I could get a DJ for $350, our budget could swing it. However, when I contacted the entertainers whose numbers were given to me, each quoted the same price: $495 for DJ-ing. And these guys are hard-sell professionals who love making some $150+ per hour! And yes, they will PUSH HARD for you to book them if they're not busy that night. After all, we were less than 2 weeks away from the event and they weren't booked, so the likelihood that they were going to be booked was remote. Despite the pressure ("I want to see you get this tied down so you can worry about other things," and "It's a really busy season, I'm booking pretty fast,"), I had decided that my budget could go to $350 and I stuck to my original plan, explaining that I simply couldn't afford $495 for 3 hours of entertainment. And I moved on to talk with another DJ/Karaoke person, continuing to ask everyone I talked with if they had a recommendation.

A day or two later, I got calls back from the original $495 guys... one had an associate who could do it for $375; another offered to "meet me over half-way" and do the show for $420. Fortunately, my inquiry had produced a highly recommended DJ/Karaoke guy named Brad Coursey, who was available (depending on how far he had to tote his equipment, the ease with which he could get into the venue, etc.) for $300 for 3 hours. Hooray!!!!!!!

More on putting together an inexpensive wedding next time, when we talk about making your wedding invitations!!!! I'll give tips from start to finish!

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