Customer Reviews Of:
Columbia Sportswear Drainmaker II PFG Zero Water Shoes (For Men)
Closeouts. With improved drainage and Omni-Freeze® ZERO cooling technology in the lining, Columbia Sportswear's Drainmaker II PFG Zero shoes are a great choice for extended waterside activities.
Average Rating based on 6 reviews 4.833333 0 5
Reviewed by Inna from Northern Europe on Friday, October 25, 2013My husband loves to wear these shoes in the heat. He says that the legs do not sweat and they are very comfortable.
Reviewed by greg from Austin on Monday, September 16, 2013I can wear these all day in the 100+ degree heat, and my feet never sweat at all! They have barely any cushion, so you'll need a soft insert if you're walking all over town or in the mall or running. Otherwise, these are great! Austin is supposed to have Columbia distributers, but the two we have never stock actual shoes. Thanks, STP!
Reviewed by Goatman from Ky on Saturday, August 3, 2013I owned a pair of Zeko shoes, they were nice, but rather ugly. These are good looking
ahd function, feel and fit better than the Zeko's. Great fishing shoes.
Reviewed by Crispeto from portland on Thursday, July 25, 2013Finally a shoe that is a great water shoe and a great hiking shoe. We just got back from Kauai, Hawaii and these were perfect except for the beach. They will get sand trapped in them on the beach so I recommend flip flops there. But we went on a jungle hike in Kauai during a tropical rain storm and these were great. We also went on a kayaking/trail/waterfall excursion and they were perfect for that also. Excellent trail pattern sole, the shoes drain quickly, stick to just about any trail, go through streams and wet rocks perfectly and are super comfortable. I used them as my around town shoe and as my trail/water shoe. When we got home from our trip, I just threw them in the washer and allowed them to dry in the sun. They look like new. For any trail that includes water, this is your shoe, just avoid sand. To get them to dry faster, set a towel over them and step on the shoes to soak up the excess water. Then let them dry in the warm sun. Mine only took about 45 minutes to dry after that.
Reviewed by no nickname from midwest on Monday, July 15, 2013Just got them and the fit is great, very comfortable and stylish. Looking foirward to seeing how well they do in water, etc.
Reviewed by curlygirl from dixie, wa on Monday, July 8, 2013I bought these for my husband as his old water shoes were worn out. He loves them! and he is super picky about his shoes and fit. They do not let fine gravel in and they are light and dry quickly.