When it comes to summer footwear at the cottage, sandals are the go-to shoe of choice. Whether you wear them with socks, or without, they are arguably the most versatile for when you want to keep cool or stay dry. We’ve rounded up a collection of practical cottage sandals for every type of occasion or adventure you may encounter up north.
Keen Elle Backstrap Sandals
These cushioned, comfortable sandals made of recyclable materials are good for everything from running errands to walking your dog. Buy them at Mec.ca.
Merrell Alpine Strap
These retro-inspired sandals come in a variety of colourways and have a signature grippy sole. Perfect for wet surfaces, like the dock. Buy them at Merrell.com.
Adidas Adilette Comfort Sandals
These are a chic twist on the classic Adidas slides that have been around for ages. Perfect for slipping on for a quick trip out the door or sliding on and off at the beach. Buy them at Adidas.ca.
Freewaters Supreem Sport Sandals
These strappy, environmentally-friendly convert into slides at in a matter of seconds. Buy them at Mec.ca.
Air Balance Water Shoes
These lightweight water shoes protect your feet from sharp rocks, glass, and shells at the cottage. They’re also easy to get on and off wet feed and dry quickly. Buy them at Walmart.ca.
Keen Astoria West Sandals
These ultra-supportive sandals go are perfect for hitting the trail on a hot summer day, thanks to the closed-toe and supportive midsole. Buy them at Mec.ca.
Teva Hurricane XLT 2 Sandals
These simple, supportive sandals will take you from the beach to the campsite, to downtown. Buy them at Mec.ca.
Columbia Flip Flops
Take the simplicity of a classic flip flop and add arch support. Buy them at ColumbiaSportsWear.ca.
Timberland Malibu Waves Sandals
These cute strappy sandals are more than aesthetically appealing: their cork base is super-supportive to your soles. Buy them at Mec.ca.
Native Zurich Sandals
These adjustable strappy sandals from this Canadian brand add a pop of colour to your wardrobe and are hand-washable, too. Buy them at Native.ca.