What does Tony Abou-Ganim wear when he travels?
I would say my Crocs. Generally, I’m going to be doing something that involves tending bar, and my Crocs are like traveling with a bar mat. It’s going to be at a makeshift bar, or in front of a table, and it’s going to probably be at the wrong height and it probably won’t be anything but a hard cement floor for me to stand on. After three to six hours of doing this, not only are my feet killing me, my legs are killing me, my back is killing me. Having my Crocs assures me that I’m going to have some relief from all those obstacles or those situations. When I’m on the plane, it’s just really easy because if you travel a lot with security lines and you take your shoes off, put your shoes back on, it just makes it really easy to get in and out of security lines. And they’re just comfortable to travel in. It makes for an all-purpose, comfortable, that I can jam into my bar bag. I can throw them in the dishwasher at the end of the night, and they’re good to go.