Reef Footwear…Not Just for Surfers Any More

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After a summer working retail, I
have a new appreciation of comfortable shoes. 
Standing 5-6 hours creates a need like no other!  This is why I really like what the owners of
Reef shoes are doing.  Reef has been
around for the past thirty years and is mostly associated with comfort sandals.  However, they have expanded that vision to
now include comfort shoes.
The creators are Fernando and
Santiago Aguerre from South America.  For
many years, they were associated with the beach and surfing culture of Southern
California.  Now, they love to be
connected with global travelers who like casual, comfort footwear.  They utilize eco-based materials to produce
high quality shoes.
But don’t let this laid back,
beach, surfer image turn you away for looking closely at Reef shoes.  Comfort and creative styling know no age
limits.  I know many of you are travelers
and perhaps should consider the Reef options with technology designed to give
the wearer comfort, traction, and support.  They look great with denim, and are an
excellent choice for cooler weather this year.
Around my house, we take our feet
seriously.  My husband is a full time
employee and part time MBA student.  At
the end of a long day, he picks up a back pack and heads off to a large college
campus. My youngest son has been all over that campus all day, as well as
hitting the field as an assistant middle school football coach.  Reef offers both of them shoe options to fit
the multiple lives they are leading.
I also think Reef is a great
answer to children’s footwear.  Quality
shoes are important for developing, active feet.  I think of all my grandchildren do in a day
and how important it is that they wear a well-constructed shoe.

If you have not looked at Reef
footwear before now, take some time to give it a look and research the
options.  They have earned the right to
be considered in the comfortable footwear category.  Not your fancy heels, but they deliver happy
Disclaimer:  I was compensated for this post, but the words are my own.

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