Take a walk

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Lately, many more of us are working from home and probably spending way too much time in front of a screen. We’ve been thinking of ways to take little breaks throughout the day and have been going for quick 10 to 30-minute walks to get a little movement and get some fresh air. Walking is easy and accessible and has many benefits: boosts cardiovascular health, enhances mental health, promotes joint health, and supports brain health, walking is a great option to consider. Walking outside can further benefit your vitamin D levels, reduce stress and anxiety, help improves your mood, and supports cognitive function.

We looked to GearJunkie.com to find the best hiking shoes- numbers 1 and 3 on their list of the shoes on their list of best hiking shoes are shoes we own, love, and are impressed with.

Best Overall Hiking Shoes: Altra Lone Peak 6 and Best Hiking Shoes for Style & Function: Danner Trail 2650

The Altra EGO technology of the midsole adds responsiveness to each step
Danner is known for making high-quality, long-lasting hiking boots. And this is true of their hiking shoes, too. Inspired by the terrain of the 2,650 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, is built to go the distance and they also make a Gore-Tex pair.

Lace-up your shoes and hit the pavement today!

ALTRA Women’s Lone Peak 6 Trail Shoe

ALTRA Men’s Lone Peak 6 Trail Shoe

Danner Men’s Trail 2650 Gore-Tex Hiking Shoe

Danner Trail 2650 Suede Hiking Shoes for Men Lightweight and Breathable Trail Hiking Shoes

Danner Women’s Trail Hiking Shoe

Danner Women’s Trail 2650 Mid Gore-Tex Hiking Shoe

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