The £45 shoes that flight attendants swear by on long plane journeys


TRAVELLERS and flight attendants have raved about a pair of shoes which are a game-changer for flights and long holidays.

Trying to choose the best shoes to take on holiday can be difficult when trying to be comfy.


A pair of £45 shoes have won rave reviews online for holidays and long flightsCredit: Amazon

Not only that, but keeping your bags light especially if travelling with hand luggage only can be hard too.

However, a pair of Clarks shoes have won rave reviews online, with thouands giving them five-stars.

The Clarks Sillian Paz Slip-On Loafer has been praised on Amazon for being comfortable and lightweight.

Not only that, but many said they were comfortable for walking as much as 12 hours a day thanks to the shock-absorbing outsole – so you don’t have to worry if you have a long day sight-seeing.

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One person wrote: “These shoes are so comfortable and good value for money, that it is the third time I have bought these, to wear to work, where I am on my feet all day! They are like slippers.”

Another agreed: “They are very lightweight and easy to pack for travel.

“I am not a shoe hog, but made an exception for this shoe – I have it in five colors!”

One cabin crew member wrote: “I’m a flight attendant, and I use these as my ‘on board the plane shoes‘, the shoes I change into when I change out of my airport terminal heels.

“They’re so comfy and light to pack.”

While Clarks no longer sell them, they can be found for as little as £45 online, or on Amazon.

Travel experts have revealed the shoes you should never take to the airport.

Surprisingly, trainers should be left in your suitcase.

Founder of Sole Bliss, Lisa Kay said: “Trainers are certainly comfortable and offer an easy, street-style look. However, they can actually become a bit of a hindrance when you’re moving through airport security.

“Taking them on and off means un-tying the laces and then re-tying them back up again, which can make you feel a bit rushed and flustered as you gather your things.”

Forget the flips flops too – Flight attendant Andrea Fischbach told WhoWhatWear: “If you have a quick transfer and need to move between terminals, it’s best to have a shoe that supports mobility.

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“Plus, they aren’t very practical running gate to gate.”

And here’s why you should never take your shoes off on the plane.

Flight attendants - who have to be on their feet all the time - have praised them too


Flight attendants – who have to be on their feet all the time – have praised them tooCredit: Getty


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