After 5 hours of walking you’ll only be thinking of one thing, and that’s of your feet. Your boots will either be your best friend or your enemy. On the Camino de Santiago, you can literally do the whole trip without any gear, except for your boots. Now choosing the right boot is can be difficult and not all shoe stores have good selections. Below is a list of verified durable shoes that have made it through the hike. After you check out the boots, be sure to check the socks section as that is also an integral part of foot care and could help you avoid blisters.
Men and Women’s Boots