Hoka One One for my 3+ miles of daily fitness walks. I add a superfeet insole for a bit of stability and they are fabulous. I was introduced to this brand when I had a fitting at a running gear store a few years ago (when I did a bit of running), and I have never looked back.
Ecco: a few different fashion sneakers, and the high tops which are my favorite winter everyday booties for out and about
Merrill: this is my go-to for all kinds of hiking boots, winter snow boots, etc, but these "hiking shoes" were a big disappointment because the leather is too soft. My foot and ankle wobble around when I wear them on trails. As regular sneakers they are fine but I didn't want them for that and am looking for replacements.
Naturalizer: these are wonderful as all around sneakers, although I have not worn them out of the house much. I need to add an insole oto most Naturalizer shoes but not these.
Trask: (the find says "TMAS" but the brand is Trask). Super comfortable but just a bit heavy which feels odd.
Sofft: Great all around, but if I ever get another pair of this brand I'll size up so I can add an insole. They are not padded enough for very much walking at least not for my feet.
I discovered Taos sandals this summer and will include the brand in any future sneaker shopping.
And the All-stars: Clarks Aritsan line (no longer made) that are over 10 years old. These saved my feet on a trip to London where I walked too many hours one day in Ugg snow boots (styled like LLBean hunting boots but WITH a fair amount of support) and developed plantar fasciitis. If I had not had the Clark's with me I would have needed a wheelchair to get around the last few days :-). Keeping them until I can find something in a similar vibe that works as well.