This is a sponsored post, but as always, all opinions are 100% our own.
BEARPAW is well-known for their winter boots, so it may be surprising to see that they have an entire collection of active footwear.
A little backstory of how we became a fan of BEARPAW. Our younger sister (we have a sister who lives in Japan) introduced us to them last winter when she was looking at inspirations for a new pair of comfy boots. She always has a list of things she wants us to buy for her when we make our yearly visit home to Japan. So BEARPAW boots were on her list and when we purchased her pair, Candy decided to get a pair for herself as well. She ended up wearing them the entire time she was in Japan. They were super comfy and especially warm, which was great for the unusually cold weather Japan was experiencing that year.
Fast forward to Spring and now Bearpaw has an amazing collection of comfy athleisure footwear. This is perfect because we are always on the hunt for shoes that fits our travel and daily lifestyle.
These are the top 5 reasons why we love the "Bearly There" collection:
1. Super Lightweight
Shoes that are lightweight are especially great for travelers. You can pack a pair of these shoes and it weighs next to nothing. Candy weighed the Bearly There Faye (size 8) and it only weighed 10.6 ounces!
2. Cushioned Memory-Foam Footbed
The memory-foam in these shoes are amazing. The memory-foam immediately conforms to the shape of your feet from the warmth, which will instantly provide support and comfort.
3. Clean Style
As much as we are fans of comfort, we also crave style. The designs are clean and can easily be coordinated with a variety of outfits.
4. Microsuede Material
We love microsuede material because it's durable, stain resistant, and an excellent alternative to suede. It's less expensive, softer, and more flexible.
5. BEARPAW Philosophy
Last, but not least, we love companies that recognize the importance of helping to conserve the environment. They have created their own "Greener Living," in the workplace and strive to reduce, reuse, and recycle.
* A special thanks to Ryan Sebastyan for taking these amazing photos.