Five Essentials for Keeping Your Bare Feet Smelling Sweet
- Najib Benouar
In this heat, you should be taking every opportunity you get to go sockless.
And chances are, by now you’ve already logged more than a few (hundred) barefoot hours in your loafers, plimsolls or boat shoes. But here’s the rub: it’s only a matter of time before the sweatiness catches up to you.
Here’s how you’ll nip it in the bud.
Leather Insoles: Invest in a good pair of shoes for your barefoot endeavors—and that means something with a naturally sweat-/odor-neutralizing leather insole.
If You Must: For the severe cases, a cotton liner is just downright necessary, and we get that, but to keep the sockless look, you’ll want a barely there option like the loafer sock from MS&Co. or a washable terry-cloth insole liner to absorb it all and then get thrown in the wash.