Reviewed by Barefoot Lady from Ohio on Tuesday, October 15, 2013
I LOVE these shoes. Very minimal, and that's what I like! I even took the insole out. I ordered another pair in black. Very roomy, extremely light weight and very flexible. Cushioned insole, if you want to leave it in. Just a little glue on each end to remove it. I am usually barefoot, wear five fingers or very minimal sandals when necessary. I was looking for something a little warmer for winter. These are not "warm", but more than a sandal on my foot.
Reviewed by jfried from Tennessee on Thursday, July 25, 2013
These shoes are very soft and feel like a slipper. I found them to be true to size. I have problem feet but these feel great; I've worn them with and without socks. Even though they do not have a tongue, they can be loosened with the laces when putting them on.
Reviewed by Minnesnowta from St. Paul on Tuesday, June 25, 2013
I have not yet worn my shoes any length of time. They are comfortable around the house and will likely serve me well outside on smoother terrain. I'm not sure they will protect the soles of my feet enough to be my "wet shoes" for canoeing and portaging. If I did yoga or stretch classes these would be perfect.
I like them because they are different and Teva most often means quality.
Reviewed by Tahoe Dog Walker from Lake Tahoe on Saturday, June 22, 2013
These may be the most comfortable shoes I have ever worn. They feel like gloves for my feet, extremely lightweight, yet cushy underfoot. I love them.
The only possible negative is that they aren't easy to put on. They don't have a traditional tongue, so you have to really wedge your foot in. Once you do, though, you never want to take them off.
Reviewed by The Professor from Iowa on Wednesday, June 19, 2013
These canvas shoes are very light and comfortable. The width seems spot-on. I bought my usual size, but I'd recommend going up a half size for a "shoe" fit rather than a "minimalist" fit, the reason being that these are not "minimalist" in the barefoot-shoe sense. They're more like a going-to-the-foodstore shoe.