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Dockside women shoes will continue to be adored by people who know the Commodore and have aspirations to ride horses, there’s no doubt that the industry now offers a much broader choice of alternatives.
A woman’s foot is not the same as a man’s. Aside from being considerably more pleasant, the heel is narrow in relation to the forefoot and the relatively low weight of a woman enables the use of less dense cushioning in the sole. While plenty of manufacturers (and buyers) ignore this truth, it’s always best to hedge your bets by ignoring small men’s models in favour of female-specific product lines from specialist manufacturers.
Some of the best include Helly Hansen, Sebago, Chatham and Timberland. Designs tend to be lighter and more flexible, sizes tend to be more specific (often with variations in width as well as half-sizes) and the styles are suitably prolific. With its moccasin construction that wraps the foot in a single piece of leather, plus three width fittings, lots of half-size options and a broad choice of fabrics and colours, Sebago’s Dockside shoes are fine examples of their type.
Marine companies have created footwear ranges encompassing shoes that combine serious marine practicalities with attractive, non-specialist styling. And even mainstream brands like Nike and Adidas have got in on the act with shoes that mimic the look (if not the practical ability) of marine footwear. In short, with an ever-expanding range of technical fabrics and design approaches, the boater in pursuit of a shoe has never enjoyed greater choice.
For those whose boating activities require a boot, you can get a grippy, waterproof rubber model with a polyester lining at buyandslay. At this level, however, you’re basically looking at marinised wellies, so for both warmth and breathability, you need to move up the scale. Fabrics like breathable leather, Gore-Tex and Cordura (which is essentially upmarket nylon) are a much better bet for preventing sweat as well as water from spoiling your day.
Fellas, I know it’s tempting but don’t be tight. If you enjoy boating all year round, you need at least two styles of shoe and if you want them to survive, neither should be worn when you’re out and about in town. You’ll destroy your soles and you’ll look like a nauseating Shoreditch socialite. Try to break your shoes in slowly around the home before heading out for a day at sea; and if you absolutely must wear socks with your deck shoes, buy a proper pair of boat shoe socks (yes, they really do exist). As for prices, you can expect to pay 10 to 15 per cent more than women for much the same thing. Don’t cry about it. That’s just the way it is. Call us on buyandslay today for your smart dockside shoe.