As the temperature heats up shoes become harder and harder on your feet. Unlike the rest of you, your feet are trapped in an enclosed area for hours upon hours throughout the day. On days that are already hot, the heat of the shoes is amplified because the shoe locks the heat inside. Hot shoes equal sweaty feet, which then can lead to odors. Keep your feet from smelling up the room and let them get some air with open shoes like sandals or flip flop.
Wearing shoes in the sun can also give you an awkward tan from wear you sock line is. Allow your entire foot to catch some sun with sandals and flip flops. The sandals allow your feet to catch a breeze and breathe in the open air.
Sandals are great for the beach but there is an issue of them staying in the water and sand. Avoid losing a shoe wearing water shoes. They provide the same openness of a sandal but fit snug around your feet at you play in the sandy waters. Water shoes also protect your feet from any hidden dangers in the water, like sharp shells that could potentially injury your feet.