Stay Comfy with Lugz #2017WOMRGIFTGUIDE

 

It’s a bitter sweet day for me. My babies all finished the current grade they are in. (They are growing up on me!) It also is the day we start moving. I can see my future now and it’s a hectic one! Lots of time on my feet! I need a good pair of shoes that are comfy and won’t hurt my feet. These lugz are just that!  This post is a sponsored post, but all opinions, stories, and my experience are all personal and true (like always)!

Stay Comfy with Lugz

Take your sneaker game to a whole new level with the Women’s Seabrook, a classic canvas shoe that offers modern appeal and a versatile design.

DETAILS:

  • Canvas upper
  • Cotton drill lining
  • Waxy finish laces
  • Metal eyelets & classic Lugz hardware
  • Durable rubber outsole

Stay Comfy with Lugz

These Lugz shoes are my favorite pair of shoes for everyday wear. I love how I can wear these for everything from running to helping coach my daughter’s softball team. They are so comfortable that I love wearing them when I run.  It helps that I don’t have to worry about them coming untied. They have a durable rubber out-sole which makes it easier to not worry about slipping and falling. I loved these so much I ended up getting a pair for my daughter since she hates normal tie tennis shoes. She loved them! So that was a mom win! She loves wearing these, she says they are comfortable and easy to play in. They are very stylish and the black pair is my favorite since I spend so much time on the ball field. Black means less dirt! The cotton drill lining makes these just comfortable on the inside as they are on the bottom. If you are looking for a good new pair of shoes that are comfortable and will work for everyday wear then I would suggest checking out the Lugz Women shoes. You will be surprised at how well they fit and how much you will end up wearing them for everyday stuff.

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