Information about Montrail Molokai Sandals (For Men)
Closeouts. Slide your feet into Montrail's Molokai sandals and find out what you've been missing with those "normal" footbeds. These can be heated, then put on to instantly mold to your foot's exact shape!
Parfam thermo-moldable foam can be heated up for instantly customized footbeds that mold to your exact foot's shape
Reviewed by Old School from Chambersburg, PA on Wednesday, August 22, 2012
It would be interesting to know how many purchasers actually read and follow the instructions for the initial break-in procedure for these sandals. I would never dream of sticking new sandals in the oven before wearing but it did indeed help form them exactly to my feet and make them much more comf...
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Reviewed by TMoe from Cincinnati, OH on Wednesday, December 5, 2012
I love how well these fit. I marked then as perhaps a bit too big because they sometimes slip off so I suggest if you are between sizes to definitely order DOWN, not up a size. But I realy like the comfort of these sandals, and they appear to be very well made.
Reviewed by MikeM from Hartford, CT on Wednesday, December 5, 2012
These sandals are heat moldable, and from that perspective - they work well. The footbeds, however, are very squishy, with a pretty high arch. So, walking in them, you don't feel extremely stable. Would have preferred a harder footbed - something along the lines of a Chaco sandal.
Reviewed by Curt from Tampa, FL on Monday, October 29, 2012
These sandals have a fairly high arch, even after heat molding. They're comfortable and are open at the widest part of my foot, so they'll likely accommdate D and EE widths. The straps aren't adjustable and the fit is rather loose for my D width foot. I don't really feel they're as stable or supportive as my crocs slides, but they're more stylish and not so chunky or plastic looking. Overall a good buy at STP prices.
Here are the step you will need to take.|1. HEAT: Preheat a regular or convection oven to 225Â° F (107Â° C). Heat sandals for 3 minutes. An oven thermometer is recommended. (WARNING: Do not use a microwave oven or toaster.)||2. MOLD: Remove the sandals from the oven and immediately place onto your feet. Stand with your full weight balanced for 2 minutes.||3. ENJOY: Walk around while the sandals are still warm to complete the molding process. Sandals are now ready to use!
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