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.
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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