About Teva Hurricane XLT Sport Sandals (For Men)
Closeouts. Breeze through your warm-weather activities in the comfort and security of Teva's Hurricane XLT sport sandals, made with a grippy Durabrasion rubber outsole and three touch-fasten straps for a customizable fit.
Specs about Teva Hurricane XLT Sport Sandals (For Men)
- Upper: Nylon webbing
- Midsole: Ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA)
- Outsole: Rubber
- Shank: Composite
- Weight (pair): 1 lb. 4 oz.
- Made in Viet Nam
- Half sizes order down
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sinclair the Stegosaurus from Richmond, TX on Friday, December 9, 2016These are to replace some really old Pteradactyl model Tevas. The Hurricane's offer a great deal more arch support and the entire footbed is more resilient, making them much more comfortable to wear. Like most of the Teva's I have seen these utilize 3 different straps to allow a lt of custimasation to the fit.
I already like these the more than the old ones and expect these to last a long time.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Windjammer from WI on Monday, December 5, 2016This is about my 5th pair of hurricanes have been wearing them for years there is no comparison to any other sandal for hiking, canoeing or whitewater rafting. In my opinion these are superior
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Woodrow likes Stomping from Arkansas on Tuesday, November 8, 2016I've had my first pair of Teva Hurricane XLT's for several years, and they are still kicking some serious behind! I bought another pair, of a different color recently, (my girlfriend is very fashionable, and wants me to be as well) and I am even more impressed than I was with the first pair. Teva has upped their comfort game with softer straps than my old pair, while still maintaining the structural integrity and sheer ruggedness that made me fall in love with the XLT's in the first place. Buy these.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Addison from Florida on Monday, November 7, 2016These are not as solidly built as the Terra-fi model that is my usual choice, but for the price they are good value. The fit is the same as the Terra-fi, butbthe sole feels softer so durability could be a problem. Otherwise I am satisifed with the product and the service from Sierra.
Slippery sole and footbed, uncomfortable plastic connectors, unequal backstrap length, no arch support & not minimalistVerified Buyer Reviewed by zstelling from North Carolina on Wednesday, September 28, 2016I bought a pair of these in US12 - my normal shoe size - because I need a hiking/camp sandal for a trip to lowland Guatemala. In the short time I've owned these, I have to say that I hate these sandals more than any footwear I've ever owned.
- These were more comfortable than my heavy boots while walking in dry dirt.
- Felt much lighter on my feet than boots.
- These slipped all over the limestone at Tikal - both dry and mossy. The sole is pretty inflexible and doesn't grip anything well.
- The footbed is incredibly slippery while wet or muddy. These are impossible to walk in while wet despite how tight you make the straps. They slipped so bad that my heel launched forward and out - out the left side of the sandal. I nearly twisted my ankle a few times with the same issue. This slipping problem was so horrible that I had to retire the sandal and walk barefoot.
- I cannot emphasize the above point enough. I couldn't even walk around the hostel after a shower in these [...] things.
- The footbed separated in some places from the lower bed just after a walk around Flores. Bad glue. Bad design. No bueno.
- The backstraps feel unequal in length. I had to tighten the right-foot backstrap to the point where the end of the strap overshot the end of the Velcro by 1.5"
- There is a hard plastic connector that rubs against the inside of your foot near the heel. I got used to it after a few km, but it is never comfortable and sometimes painful.
- The toebed felt quite wide, especially on the right, looser, sandal. My feet are the same length and width so I know it's not a me problem.
- There is no arch support on these and they are also so thick that they'll never have a minimalist kind of feel, so no bueno. These allow my somewhat collapsed arches to collapse entirely into the shoe, meaning I'm walking improperly. I have re-learned to walk with an arch in my foot (i.e. disallow my foot from rolling in and landing flat) while barefoot, in flip flops, and in some decent shoes. These let my foot collapse. Not necessarily uncomfortable, but really really bad in the long run.
TL;DR: These sandals suck. They are slippery and uncomfortable. I have read some success stories about the Terra Fi sandals. I may try those.
Answer This item does have good tread and a comfortable foot bed, so you could hike in it, but it is not designed specifically for hiking.
Answer Yes, it does mean the the sandal does run a little bigger and a 9 will fit someone who where's a 9.5 .
Answer The Hurricane XLT runs more than a little large. I am nearly always a size 12 and, occasionally, a 12.5 in every casual, dress, hiking, or athletic shoe/boot. In these sandals, however, the 12s are HUGE on me. I could easily go down to an 11 and perhaps even a 10.5.
Answer The Teva Hurricane XLT Sport Sandals have a medium width. I would recommend ordering a size up to accommodate for the width difference
Answer Yes, it does mean the the sandal does run a little bigger and a 9 will fit someone who where's a 9.5