Reviewed by OUTSIDE 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 Koseawa 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.
Reviewed by MountainGirl from Park City on Sunday, November 30, 2014
Fell apart the first time out...the stitching did not hold up. Too bad because I was in Mexico without a chance to replace a pair of water shoes. Not a very good quality shoe. The ties also bounce around and have to be tucked in.
Reviewed by cp from SF Bay on Friday, November 14, 2014
I bought these intending to use them with stocking foot waterproof pants on a surfski. There is enough material to protect feet and socks from poking and punctures, but flexible enough to feel the surfski pedals. Mesh uppers will not provide any insulation.
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