If you're ever spent a day at one of the Disney theme parks, then you'll know that one thing is guaranteed: lots of walking.
Whether you're standing in long queues, hopping between parks or booking it to your next Genie+ ride reservation, it can lead to a lot of strain on your feet.
Luckily, one pair of Allbirds sneakers has my seal of approval for a full day of comfort — after all, I walked more than 14,000 steps in the Tree Flyer 2 shoes on a recent trip to Disneyland. And best of all? They're on sale now, so keep reading for my full review.
💵 Price: $158 (was $210)
⏰ Used for: Four months
⭐ My rating: 4.5/5
🛍️ Reasons to buy: The Tree Flyer 2 shoes are designed for running with SwiftFoam cushion insoles. That makes them a great choice for long days on your feet, including full days at Disney.
✋ Reasons to avoid: These runners have a sock-like knit upper, so they're not ideal for wet weather.
Save 25%: Allbirds Tree Flyer 2
These Allbirds running shoes are made with a stretchy knit upper that hugs your foot with a sock-like feel. Because they are made using eucalyptus tree fibres, the shoes also provide lots of airflow to keep feet cool.
They Tree Flyer 2 features a springy SwiftFoam midsole to cushion each step, and a rugged outsole for traction on uneven surfaces. That makes them ideal for trail running, training, fitness classes and home workouts.
You can shop the shoes on sale in four limited edition colourways, as well as in three core colours at full price.
While I'm not a runner by any means, this pair of running shoes has quickly become one of my favourites for all-day comfort. I wore them during a recent trip to Los Angeles, and these Allbirds shoes kept my feet comfortable while travelling, sightseeing and during a full day at Disneyland.
My favourite thing about the Tree Flyer 2 shoes is the SwiftFoam midsole, which literally feels like it puts a bounce in your step. Even after walking more than 14,000 steps at Disneyland, my feet felt fresh and ready for another day of exploring the following day.
When I'm not travelling, I've also been wearing these shoes on the pickleball court since they offer plenty of comfort and support for more physical activities as well.
Are they worth it?
In my opinion, this pair of Allbirds running shoes is worth adding to cart — especially at their current sale price. They provide a super cushioned feel that left my feet feeling comfortable even after hours of running around Disneyland, and I think the colourful panels are pretty cute too.
The one downside I can see to the Tree Flyer 2 is that the knit construction may not be the best option for rainy days. You're likely to end up with wet socks since they aren't waterproof, and that's the last thing you want during a busy day at a theme park.
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