Reviewed by Charla from Florida on Thursday, February 14, 2013
I got these for walking on the beach at night when I moved to Florida...for one thing...the long walks in the sand were starting to hurt my heels....secondly...my son stepped on a jelly fish...I wanted to protect myself from them and sharp shells. Very very comfortable..would wear as a reagular snea...
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Reviewed by Swims all the time from Albany, NY on Friday, September 25, 2015
This is the second pair of Teva Ewaso shoes I've purchased. I wear them for water aerobics about 2 times/ week. The first pair lasted three years. They give decent support without being heavy or two bulky like a full sneaker might be. Great shoe and great price at STP!
Reviewed by Ohio nurse from Ohio on Tuesday, September 22, 2015
True to size & very comfortable, this sandal fits the bill. Sierra Traders had them @ a good price and I received them quickly.tThe sandal is well made, easy to adjust with the strap across the top and the strap across the heel. Right amount of footbed padding. I 'm happy I found them @ such a good price!
Reviewed by Wandering Ju from Colorado on Tuesday, September 22, 2015
I've got a similar type of Teva amphibious shoes that I love but are wearing out. I was hoping these would be the same, but sadly, the construction of the shoe is not as comfortable. The other shoe has an ankle strap that unclicks to fully open and has another strap that is easily adjustable to keep the shoe snug around the instep.
This shoe's strap has to be unthreaded (like a belt) and doesn't open fully. It makes it difficult to get into and out of the shoe.
The other shoe has a heel strap that is adjustable which enables me to hike without pain from my achilles tendonosis. This shoe has a high back that irritates by rubbing and is pretty stiff.
I love Teva products and that's what I mostly wear due to their great arch support and large toebox.
But, sadly, these, though pretty cute, didn't do the job.
Reviewed by Southbay Traveler from California on Tuesday, September 15, 2015
I am a Teva fan. This shoe lacks the arch suppot and fit of other Tevas I own. It looks nice but with no full opening, you must slip your foot through the top and then adjust the fit.. I wear a 6-1/2 to 7. After reading vother reviews I ordered a 7, which is too large.
Like you, I've had some that never seem to dry, and I want some to use every other day for my aquatic classes, or daily at the beach. These fall into the never dry for me category. Plus, my first pair fell apart super quickly from never drying out.
I'd pass on these for what you're looking for, especially on a regular basis.
Answered on 8/11/2015 2:44:55 PM by Shoe Princess from North Carolina
Would NOT select this style for your purposes. The open design would impede swift movement underwater, & lots of sand could get in shoe. The Ewaso as a water shoe would be for canoeing, rafting, etc. Mine dry well after a machine wash on delicate, but they don't shed water like some footwear. I love & wear this shoe for other reasons like support, comfort, being adjustable, but I wear it TO the pool NOT in the water.
Answered on 8/12/2015 6:33:13 AM by mommala from fort worth tx
I typically wear 9.5 in an open Teva sandal but a 10 in a closed style. I tried both in the Ewaso & kept the larger, BUT I wanted to wear with socks post foot surgery & for excursions. I machine wash them in warm water & air dry without any shrinkage. You can adjust heel & top strap size, & the toe box is roomy. so I would try the 6 rather than go up to the 7.
Answered on 7/20/2015 10:18:16 PM by mommala from Fort Worth TX
I don't have this exact model, but I have 3 pairs of Texas and they are all amply sized. I'd go with the 6.
Answered on 7/21/2015 8:17:35 AM by Travel light from Oregon