Reviewed by Hanalei from Chico, CA on Tuesday, September 11, 2012
These are my second pair of water divas. I stand on my feet all day at work on hard surfaces and these shoes were far more comfortable and durable than my very expensive running shoes. I wear them all over . Hawaii, Lake Tahoe, Mountain, stream, beach.. day hiking, farmers market, etc.. They are won...
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Reviewed by Sparrowood from Tidioute, PA on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
I have only had occasion to wear these once since I got them recently. That was on a canoe trip. Very comfortable, drain easily after walking through the water. The only complaint I have is that dried leaves and woodland duff get into them easily when I walk with them in the woods. But I won't hold that against them because that is not their purpose, walking in woodlands! But they are quick and easy to take of and put on so I could dump the twigs, leaves and stones that got inside them. Just remember to apply sunscreen to the tops of your feet or you'll get a red and white criss-cross pattern from the sun!
Reviewed by Spots and Stripes from Louisiana on Sunday, May 19, 2013
These are cute and I've received a number of compliments on them. They are nicely cushioned and comfortable all day, but when it is hot and humid (typical Louisiana) they seem a little sticky by the end of the day. The straps are made for those with wider feet or higher arches, so they're a little too long for me. The closed toes tend to trap little pebbles or bits of grass, which can be bothersome, so I find myself taking them off a few times a day to dump these out. I was expecting better arch support based on other reviews, but these are pretty much average in terms of support.
There is not elastic on the webbing or at the connections.
Answered on 5/14/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
No, these don't have any stretchy parts - the mesh is just there for decor or protection, to keep out rocks and stuff. The sandals are all held together with little eyelet loops and the "ribbon" is nylon - kind of like a skinny version of what the Teva sandals are made with. Hope this helps!
Answered on 6/10/2012 12:00:00 AM by Commissar007 from Mabelvale, AR