From airplane corridors and airport terminals to hotel lobbies and downtown sidewalks, flight attendants spend a lot of time on their feet. In my final months as a flight attendant, I wore a pedometer and logged over 10,000 steps while working a single flight from Los Angeles to New York. It’s almost unbelievable to imagine all of these steps happening, back and forth, down a narrow aisle. Therefore, we are always on the lookout for durable and supportive shoes that will keep us going after all these stages and look great during a layover. As we all start heading out on the trips we’ve been postponing for the past two years, I asked a group of current crew members to strut their stuff on a different kind of track and tell me what they packed and wore to work, exercise and explore. The result? Infallible recommendations to consult during your next purchase of a pair of comfortable walking shoes.