Everyone knows, travelling can be an absolute nightmare. How do you best like to fly? With or without your sporto boots? Do you pack your luggage carefully, by rolling every item up painfully, to get the maximum held in your suitcase, or are you a last minute packer, who just throws everything in at the last moment? Then how do you choose what to actually wear when you go to travel? The easiest way to make this decision is to consider the weather where you are going, not from where you are leaving. It’s all good and well wearing your favourite pair of trainers, comfortable tracksuit bottoms and a warm duck down jacket, but do you really pay attention what goes onto your feet?
When I decided to wear my sporto boots on a plane, I found it was a fabulous decision. They felt a bit clunky as I got on, as Sportos can be heavier than most footwear, but luckily they were still comfortable. As my plane set off for Russia I kicked them off and settled down to an awesome seat in business class. There’s not a lot to tell about the flight, other than that my Sporto boots chilled just in front of my seat, and I reclined it and enjoyed sleeping the flight away. Whence I arrived at my destination, it was time to put my Sportos back on. Admittedly getting them all tied up was a little painstaking after being cramped on a plane for however many hours, but once they were on it was time I got off, and comfortably walked down the steps onto the freezing cold Russian snow. Now I was tremendously happy to have my sporto boots on, the warm, furry lining caressing my feet and ankles as the sportos protected me from the bitterly cold snow. Thanks to my sportos, I had nothing to worry about.