Podiatrists often recommend that your walking shoe should be athletic sneakers, or long-distance shoes, with either an ankle strap or laces, proper arch support, and gripping soles. This advice is to help you avoid strain, injury, or blisters, all of which are possible when walking so much at Walt Disney World Resort.
In respect to this, are Allbirds good for Disney World?
It’s the perfect shoe for a cool weather day at Disney or anywhere! The Wool Runners are great if you visit Disney in the spring, fall, or winter when the weather is cooler. However, Orlando can get pretty hot if you visit Disney World, so I prefer the Allbirds Tree Runners.
Furthermore, are Crocs good for walking in Disney?
They’ve seen charms, sandals, and the frequent Disney design in the parks for guests to wear. But they’re not JUST a fashion statement. The biggest advantage of Crocs is how versatile and comfortable they are to wear as you walk around theme parks.
Are Crocs Good walking shoes?
“Crocs are light and airy, they have a wide forefoot and provide good arch support. However, these shoes do not adequately support the heel enough to secure the shoe properly onto the foot.” So while they might be a great option to take out the trash, they’re not the best pair for extended periods of wear.
Disney and Native Shoes make a great pair. For those of you not already familiar with Native Shoes, “Live Lightly” is their purpose in both footwear and philosophy.
Suitcases, bags, coolers or backpacks, with or without wheels, larger than 24″ long x 15″ wide x 18″ high (61 cm x 38 cm x 46 cm) are not allowed in any theme park or water park. Loose or dry ice is not permitted in these containers. Re-usable ice packs are recommended.
The only specific footwear requirements at WDW are that you must be wearing shoes and that shoes with wheels (Heelies) may not be used in their wheeled form. Other than that, you may wear whatever type of shoes you want on any Disney attraction.
Only Bringing One Pair of Shoes
Sure, you want to pack as minimally as possible, but you’ll want to leave space for at least two pairs of shoes. Make sure they’re both extra comfy and broken in because you’ll be doing a LOT of walking.
Ahhh, the much-debated “perfect shoe to wear to an amusement park” topic. For some, tennis shoes and socks are the only way to go, while for others, sandals or flip flops are a must.
I would normally advise against jeans, unless it will be cool and you definitely won’t be hopping into any water-themed rides. Jean shorts in the spring, however, could be cute! Just be mindful in the summer months about wearing too-short shorts as some rides can get hot and you don’t want to burn your legs.