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6 Ultimate Ways to Pack the Fold Up Shoes

By Cocorose London @CocoroseLondon
Travelling is nothing more than a healer. Yes, you relax your soul, calm down those stress hormones and relive a new experience. So, why not travel when there are plentiful of perks of it. So, narrowing down the benefits of travelling, we can tell that not many who pack for holidays do it the RIGHT WAY?
Then what exactly the right way instead? Well, you may organize your clothes your way, fold it or roll it, but what to do with those shoes. Here comes the rescue. We have narrowed down the list of some key ways that help you out in pack those fold up boots:
6 Ultimate Ways to Pack the Fold Up Shoes
1. Don't pack more than three pairs:
Well, we know how much you love your shoes, but show some pity to your heavy luggage that almost dies with no space for extras you put in afterwards. Therefore, understand more than three pairs of shoes is not required. Keep the ones that go with almost everything so you won’t jingle with the extra fuss.
2. Wear your biggest fold up boots:
While you may have the maximum pain in wearing that long fold up boots, why not wear them instead while you board the flight. If possible, wear them in spite of carrying in your language and make room for more stuff in there.
3. Follow a travel palette:
While packing your shoes invest time in choosing the color palette that you are ready to follow on your travel. Pick the nudes, and neutrals more to accompany majorly with all outfits. This helps in inviting fewer shoe options and highly convenient.
4. Don’t take your brand new shoes on a travel:
While many of us shop shoes with the triggered momentum, it is always advisable to not go in a hurry. Save those for your next ride in that case. As choosing new brand shoes may give you unnecessary blisters because your happy feet is not congenial with the new buddy. So, here is the tip, do not pack your brand new foldable boots on your travel.
5. Use shoe bags:
As you are packing shoes, you want that to occupy minimal space as you are already overboard. So, use shoe bags. While foldable boots are easy to pack they still need a good shoe bag to prevent from any damage. More to it, shoe packed in the shoe bags remain clean and protected.
6. Pack them right:
Shoes are always intended to be packed in a specific way for occupying minimum space. It is always great to pack a pair of shoes tightly together with soles out, and heels pointing at the opposite ends. For the better, do not ignore the spaces inside your shoe. You may put in your socks, jewelry or any other precious item for maximum protection.
The final words...
So, pack your shoes with the right method as traveling is fun, why make it a bulky deal?

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