The Active Sandals You Need This Summer (& Where to Buy Them)
Jun 20, 2018
This post is brought to you in partnership with Lebo's Footwear Stores.
Never heard of Lebo's? You're seriously missing out! Their first store opened in 1923 at Trade and Tryon here in Charlotte. Lebo's has over 60 name brands in footwear, flip flops, sandals, athletic shoes, cowboy boots, work boots and even dancewear.
If you're anything like us, you're constantly on the go—especially when summertime rolls around. When you're going straight from the hiking trails to an outdoor concert, you need shoes that can keep up.
For us, Chaco® sandals get the job done. They're comfortable and durable enough to wear on land, in the water, or wherever else our outdoor lifestyle may take us. Chaco was founded by a Colorado river rafting guide to craft the ideal adventure shoe, so that we could stop switching between our flip-flops, sneakers, water shoes, and hiking boots. Instead, Chaco sandals are the one pair of shoes you need for all of the above.
Whether you prefer Chaco, Birkenstock, Sanuk, Rainbow, or pretty much any other popular active shoe, chances are you can find them at Lebo's Footwear Stores.
When I went to Lebo's Footwear Stores myself with Work For Your Beer teammate Brittany, we were immediately greeted warmly by a staff member and asked what our needs were.
Not only did the Lebo's staff help us find the right shoes to fit our lifestyle (and our feet!), but they walked us through details about our new Chaco sandals, including how to adjust them on our own once we got home.
You can watch a hundred tutorials online about fitting Chacos to your feet, but since that adjustment process can be tricky for those new to Chaco sandals, it was fantastic to get instructions from someone in person. We got hands-on instruction about adjusting the shoes on our own, got to try it ourselves and get feedback until we got it right, and left the store comfortable and excited about our new shoes.
We could not believe the selection at Lebo's! Plus, the products they carry in their nine stores in North Carolina and South Carolina are on their website, and they can get it to a store near you for free. So, start browsing online now, and thank us later!