Reviewed by RuralGrl from San Francisco on Sunday, September 6, 2015
We use these as fin socks to prevent toe-rub blisters. The strap notch on the heel works great, and the cinch cord keeps everything in place well. They are lightweight for summer diving, and they have a sole suitable for dock-walking but far too thin for a rocky beach like those on Puget Sound; I added arch support inner-soles for some needed cushion. We didn't need to increase fin size to accommodate these, as they are mostly mesh in the uppers. I did, however, take the advice of previous reviewers and size down because the site info wasn't accurate. We've been using ours for three summers, and they have held up very well. Saltwater rinses out easily after you're finished for the day. At this price I was able to outfit everyone on the boat.
Reviewed by Skier Leroy from Clintion NY on Monday, April 20, 2015
I just finished a kiteboarding session on Pamlico Sound in OBX. While the bottom is primarily sand, it is advisable to use foot protection due to shells, etc. The Aqua Slippers fit to size, are comfortable and the soles appear sturdy. They easily slipped in and out of the kiteboard footstraps, an important feature in the sport. They are not cold water shoes, however, as the mesh allows water in (and, importantly, out). I also purchased the Camaro Titanium neoprene socks (to fit under a wetsuit) and they fit nicely with the Aqua Socks.
Reviewed by xxxx from Washington state on Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Like these water booties for extra coverage when entering water for kayaking, but the sizing is really off from regular EURO sizes with shoes. I'm typically a 37 or 38 in shoes, and the 38 had inches of extra fabric. I exchanged for the 36/37 size, and even that was too big. Go smaller.