About Teva Forge Pro Light Trail Shoes - Waterproof (For Women)
Closeouts. Go-anywhere performance in a lightweight, waterproof package! Teva's Forge Pro light trail shoes have an eVent® waterproof breathable membrane to keep the elements at bay and your feet feeling cool, as well as a sturdy, supportive construction to keep you stable on varied terrain.
Reviewed by Hikeswithllamas from Sierra Valley on Friday, March 8, 2013
Hesitant to rate these shoes before giving them a workout. I usually walk 6 miles twice a week, and I wanted to have a pair of walking shoes in my closet so that when my other Tevas wear out, I have something I like to replace them. Just by trying them on, I can tell there will be no problems with these shoes. Great arch support, toe box wide enough to accept my favorite merino socks, and these run true to size. An 8.5 fit perfectly. No surprises, just a quality shoe at a great price.
Reviewed by Bluebird from Georgia on Monday, February 4, 2013
Loved the shoe, but was disappointed it didn't fit. I have a Morton's foot (foreshortened 1st metatarsal / long second toe) and am constantly searching for comfortable shoes. Teva's are the best! The size larger was not available. Oh! Well! Maybe next time.
I would not recommend these as they are a trail running/light hiker shoe and will not allow for the water to escape easily.
Answered on 3/11/2011 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
If you'll be submerging them in the water I wouldn't use these shoes. They are more like a hiking shoe/sneaker type.
Answered on 3/16/2011 12:00:00 AM by Shoe Collector from Norristown, PA
I would probably not recommend these for your rafting trip. I was raft guide for years in the Grand Canyon and I cannot imagine using these shoes. I would opt more to go for some lace-up Keens or Chacos. You can always wear a neoprene sock/bootie underneath for warmth.
Answered on 6/11/2011 12:00:00 AM by Trail mama from Billings. MT
No. This is coming from a seasoned whitewater rafting guide. Water will get trapped in them and you'll end up with soggy uncomfortable feet all day. Teva sandals or Chaco sandals would work much better.
Answered on 4/12/2013 7:40:38 PM by Mandi from Oregon