Reviewed by jan@imho from Cali on Saturday, February 9, 2013
I forget how much my feet used to hurt when I wear these. They cushion and support and pamper away the aches and soreness. Would others benefit this much from a pair of shoes? That I cannot answer; I just know my experience. I have very high arches and am small and thin, including my feet. I have n...
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Reviewed by sofireme from North Texas on Monday, February 17, 2014
This is my first time for a Teva Shoe, I've worn the sandals, and summer shoes. Just not a closed toe shoe. I am impressed! I usually wear Merrells, but saw these on sale and thought I'd give them a try, . based on other reviews. I run a non-profit resale store. So I'm on my feet 10 plus hours a day. Walking, standing, lifting, all on concrete. From the box, these are really comfortable. I saw other reviews talking about the "boxy toe". Hummmm When i put them on I saw what they meant, but really, after a couple of minutes ,no big deal, and boy the comfort!!! I don't think the toe area is any more "boxy" than other shoes, just a thicker lace up area. All in all, I would buy these again. I plan on taking these to a business conference, I will be doing alot of walking. I also walk 3-5 miles 4 mornings a week before work, in these shoes.. How can it get any better than that! Plus they are really cute!!
Reviewed by the cats outside from oregon on Friday, October 18, 2013
Bought these for a trip to Belize but fell ill so they stayed in the closet. Moved over to coast awhile later and wore these just up and down a gravel trail, a staircase, and then the sole started coming apart. It's a glued on sole and portion that is dark pulled away from lighter color at ball of footbed on outer edge. They are very light shoe as far as weight, but the quality is very poor and no durability. Just glad I wasn't in Belize with these on my feet. Will never purchase Teva brand again.
Reviewed by May from California on Thursday, October 3, 2013
Good hiking shoes for narrow feet! I went hiking in Grand Canyon and Yosemite in these, and it worked out really well. These shoes are light weight with excellent traction. I ordered my normal size for laze up shoes, but a half size larger would have been better.
According to our fit models these shoes are running true to size and width. Our recommendation is to order the size you normally order|Sierra Trading Post sells thousands of different shoe and boot styles under many different brand names. For this reason, we have a team of in-house footwear experts responsible for evaluating every new shoe style that comes in and giving it a size recommendation.||The process is simple, but important. Sierra Trading Post has designated fit models for each shoe size; these are employees whose feet have been deemed an ideal size 7, size 8, etc., and who would normally wear the type of shoes being evaluated. For example, an in-house runner with size 8 feet will try on all styles of size 8 running shoes; an in-house hiker with size 11 feet will try on all size 11 hiking boots. In this way, we keep the end user in mind when we're making decisions about fit.|Our fit models try on every new shoe and boot model that we sell to evaluate the length, width and overall sizing. Shoes are tried on in the afternoon, when feet are larger, and models wear the appropriate socks for the footwear style they're evaluating. For dress shoes, models wear thin dress socks; for mountaineering boots, models wear thick, insulated socks. If the shoe or boot fits wrong, the model will try on a slightly larger or smaller pair until they get the right fit. Based on their recommendations, we may list the shoe size just as the manufacturer does or recommend purchasing a larger or smaller size than the size you think you are.
Answered on 12/6/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post