April 30, 2010
Some of you may be scratching your head right now and asking yourself "Why would sandals be included in a romance/getaway series? There's nothing romantic about sandals." Here is my explanation: When you are looking for a honeymoon destination or a nice getaway, many people think of the Caribbean, cruises, or a tropical location. Many of these locations have beaches, rocky coastlines, rain forests, waterfalls, hikes and more. When you do to these destinations it is imperative that you have the proper footwear, which is why I have included Hi-Tec Sandals in this getaway series.
Below are two samples of Hi-Tec Sandals for Women:
When my husband and I traveled to Mexico earlier this year we went to nature preserve/natural aquarium where there were rough trails and wet trails (near the water) and I don't think that flip flops would have cut it. We could have worn sneakers, but who wants to take home heavy wet sneakers in their suitcase? Not us. Hi-Tec Sandals provided the perfect amount of traction and flexibility for walking the trails of this nature preserve, and we didn't have to worry about getting them wet because they were made for that! I even kept mind on while swimming in the underwater caves and they didn't fall off once, which really impressed me. After getting out of the water, they were just as comfortable to walk in as they were when they were dry. I hate getting blisters from wet shoes, but that was not the case with these shoes.
Time and time again I am impressed by the quality of Hi-Tec's products and would recommend them to anyone!
This is not the most flattering picture of us, but it's the only one where the sandals were semi-visible :)
Here are 2 samples of the Men's Hi-Tec Sandals:
For more information and where to buy, visit hi-tec's website: http://www.hi-tec.com/us
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