Reviewed by run4rox from Hilton, NY on Wednesday, February 22, 2012
I switched to a "minimalist" footwear lifestyle during the past year. I now use these shoes for work (I teach high school science) and they keep my feet cushioned but allow my feet to use their muscles as these shoes don't have arch support. This makes my feet strong. I also use these shoes when...
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Reviewed by Tall Timbers from Alaska on Wednesday, June 25, 2014
I'm not overweight, but am over 200 lbs. I tend to break down shoes quickly, which can get pretty expensive. When I saw these I considered that there isn't much to break down and they might be like walking barefoot and may actually be good for my feet, strengthening them instead of trying to do everything for them. I like these shoes very much and think that they'll last longer than most shoes that I try. It is somewhat like walking barefoot, but with protection. They aren't good in wet conditions, but otherwise I have no complaints. I'm going to get a couple more pairs.
Reviewed by Teva foot from Alabama on Wednesday, May 21, 2014
These are very lightweight, with the great Mush insole. I ordered a whole size up and it fits fine. I have some older versions of the shoe that are more roomy now. The shoe upper is stretchy and has some give with time.
Reviewed by Michael in Owasso from Oklahoma on Monday, April 28, 2014
These discontinue shoes by Teva are ultra-mega comfy. They are the close cousin to the slip on and work great as indoor slippers, outdoor casuals, or indoor outdoor. They are a little shibby in their majestic blue, but I just use them as slippers. They are sized just slightly smaller than most shoes I buy, including the slip on Frio Canvas. If anyone knows where I can get a 13 or 14 in the Teva Mush Frio Canvas Slip-on, please let me know. Great shoes though and the shipping was quick and the products well packaged.
Reviewed by nm from phila on Tuesday, November 05, 2013
well, after wearing these shoes about a total of three hours around the youth hostel, i noticed the soles are starting to shred. they are made out of foam sort of marbled with cloth. im not sure thats exactly a design thats made to last, it certainly doesn't seem like they will hold up to very much use. two starts because they are comfortable and light. they served their purpose, but im disappointed at how fast they are falling apart.
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