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Find a pair of comfortable sneakers, offering good support, and stylish for travel can sometimes seem downright impossible. But Nordstrom shoppers seem to have found the perfect pair in the FitFlop Rally sneakers. These fashionable yet functional sneakers are so easy to wear that one shopper said they were “the most comfortable shoes you will ever own.” Even better, some colors are on sale right now.

The low-top sneakers feature the brand’s patented cushioned midsoles that have been ergonomically designed to cradle and support your feet. In addition, the slip-resistant sole of the lace-up shoes provides sufficient grip on all types of terrain.

The best part? The cute sneakers have an American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance, so you know they’ll provide the support and comfort you need to tackle a full day of visits without aches, pains or blisters.

Tons of reviews attest to the high level of comfort of the sneakers. One wrote: ‘I wore them on holiday doing miles and miles every day and there was no break-in period. Another added: “These are much more comfortable than other designer sneaker brands.” They also mentioned that “the heel doesn’t rub and there’s enough room for me to wear them with or without socks.”

Plus, their sleek leather upper makes them much more polished than your average trainer, so you can wear them just about anywhere. “The shoes are beautiful and well made,” one shopper said. Many others say they get compliments on the stylish shoes every time they wear them. They run in sizes 5 to 11 with a few half sizes available, and shoppers note that the sneakers can run large and suggest going down a half size for a more comfortable fit.

There are seven pretty colors to choose from, and the bronze and brown hues are currently marked down to just $70. If you prefer a more neutral shoe, there are white and black options, as well as fun silver and gold styles, which go for $100 a pair.

Whichever colorway you prefer, you’ll want to “run (not walk) to get them,” according to reviewers. If you’re ready to experience all the hype for yourself, shop both discounted styles above and check out some of the full-priced options below.