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Help getting shoes

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So I'm going to Europe this spring and I need help getting shoes since I'll be doing a lot of walking for a couple of months! I want cute but comfy shoes with good arch support. I'm going to Finland the last week of April and will be there most of May. Then I'm traveling for a couple weeks to Germany, London, and Ireland. I'm assuming I'll be dealing with a lot of rain during this time of year, but I'm not really sure. My mom recommended these Keen shoes (http://www.keenfootwear.com/product/shoes/women/rivington-cnx-criss-cross), but I'm worried that my feet might get cold & wet since they don't fully cover the foot. Any brands you recommend? Would the shoes my mom recommended be okay or would my feet get cold? Any tips & advice would be greatly appreciated!

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