Posted on by Shoe Life

With some international boarders staying closed these school holidays, we have been forced to explore what’s in our own backyards. It’s time to immerse ourselves in Aussie nature and start walking! Bushwalks, nature tracks, rainforests and walking through local towns are all ways to stay healthy both physically and mentally while making memories with the family.

Wearing the wrong shoes when walking can become painful, forcing you to focus more on your discomfort than the beautiful nature that surrounds you. Our style editors have put together some of the most stylish and comfortable shoes to go walking in this winter season.



Zorro by Step on Air is a gorgeous hi-top sneaker that completes any walking attire. The stylish stitching and zip detail are right on-trend for this season. Best of all, Zorro showcases all of the comfort features of Step on Air – super-soft upper, cushioned latex footbed and an orthotic-friendly sole.

If you have troublesome ankles, then Zorro is the perfect walking shoe for you, the raised ankle design is to help keep your feet looking stylish and feeling fantastic all day long.



Extreme hiking or bushwalking isn’t for everyone but for those that enjoy a long walk through a local town during the holidays, Ankara is the leisure shoe for you! Made from gorgeous leather, Ankara can complete any causal walking outfit. The distressed sole is right on-trend and is complemented by the classic black detailing and subtle textures.

Pair Ankara with stretch leggings, a cosy jumper, thick knit scarf and puffer jacket for a stylish seasonal look. 



Bam in black by MG Footwear is a mid-calf boot, made with stunning soft leather and functional zip for easy fitting. The sturdy tread and comfort sole make them great for walking on rougher terrain and the ultimate winter boot. The snakeskin patterned detailing makes this boot an on-trend addition to any walking outfits,


Shop these comfort walking styles and many more at Australia's leading ladies online shoe store – ShoeLife.