I am leaving for Scotland in just two days and I am having the hardest time figuring out what to take for my second pair of shoes. (I know, I needed to figure this out sooner, but life got in the way.) I am a little desperate and need someone who has been to Scotland in April to help me out!
I am taking my Keen Terradora shoes for my main shoes. They are waterproof and broken in and did great as I trekked around D.C. just last month. I am planning to wear the Keens for the majority of the trip.
The second pair needs to be one of these three:
Ugg Cas slip ons. These are my preferred choice because they are more chic and can be dressed up or down. They are broken in, but a small bit of the foot would be exposed (Scotland weather), and I've never worn them for miles of continuous walking as a tourist. (Again, planning on the Keens for major use but I feel like I probably need to take something else that I could walk miles in, if needed.)
Blondo waterproof ankle boots. These come up on A LOT of lists for recommended ankle boots for travel, but I don't find them comfortable enough to count on wearing them for miles of walking. Dinner--yes. Walking miles--no. Also, they only match one pair of pants I am taking.
Asics sneakers. Very comfortable and supportive, not waterproof, and not particularly attractive, but they are a safe alternative to the Keens (sans waterproof). If I took these, I would have to throw a pair of black ballet flats into my suitcase.
Needing input ASAP--please and thank you!!