Reviewed by Barista Lady from State College, PA on Monday, June 28, 2010
Wonderful shoes! I use them at the beach, working at a coffee shop, walking, hiking, outdoor work, and more! Trendy, comfy and great for summer. They required just a bit of break in for a day or two and needed to adjust the straps to prevent any rubbing, but after than small little hurdle, it's been...
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Reviewed by CamperCarol from Beaverton OR on Sunday, July 12, 2015
I love the look and durability of the Teva shoe. It's nice to have the air flow although my feet still sweat while wearing them. There is rubbing on the back of my heel which I hope to resolve with some padding, or maybe just wearing in the shoes will stretch them enough.
Reviewed by Sheila from Cincinnati, Ohio on Monday, June 1, 2015
This is my third pair of Omniums. With all the hiking, gardening and Dog walking that I do, they last about 3 years. I was disappointed while shopping for them this time that the color that I had originally is being discontinued plus I had to do some serious surfing to find my size. I called Teva's corp ofc and their customer service team was surprisingly uninformed about the shortage of supply and the reason for it in the Womens sandal. Men's sizes and colors are nearly unlimited. Anyway, the sandal is great. The adjustment options give the shoe a personal fit. They are made of synthetic and mesh, which is another plus since I am a Vegan. They are true to size and can also be worn with socks. The sole offers great traction for hiking on slippery rocks and muddy trails. Keep in mind, the shoe has many openings so debris can sometimes be annoying. I just stop and my Dog Dobby lets me use him as a support to take the shoe off and clear it out. The quick release buckle makes it very convenient to do that.
Reviewed by Eileen in Paradise from Hawaii on Saturday, May 2, 2015
Trail or beach, yard or just every day sandal. They are comfortable, practical, light and airy. My last pair held up 6 years, and now it's time for a replacement pair. I also used them to ride my recumbent bike, and think that's why they finally bit the dust. They are pretty true to size. These are about the same price is paid 6 years ago on sale.
Reviewed by Swingin' in the Shade from Coastal NC on Saturday, April 25, 2015
There are several adjustment straps on these sandals, but none of them make the foot opening any wider. The stretch is minimal, so getting my C-width foot in the first time took lots of force and wiggling. Once I got them on, they were comfortable and supportive from the start and I wore them a whole day with no problems. Just wish that they were easier to get on. Love the muted purple and gray color!
Teva Omnium sport sandals will definitely live up to your requirement. You can buy these from Sierra Trading Post which is also offering you 33% discount. http://www.sierratradingpost.com/teva-omnium-sport-sandals-for-women~p~1570y/?siteID=fDklYaGulKY-Y.1fVXsNjNiJFRlT5ueM_Q&utm_source=domain_UNKNOWN&utm_medium=Affiliate_LinkShare&utm_campaign=AL1&codes-processed=true
Answered on 11/2/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from None
No it would be to heavy, this is a hiking shoe and kayak shoe.
Answered on 8/29/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from None
Kate, I think it w/be too heavy once full of water in the pool - unless u want the extra resistance ...
Answered on 9/15/2011 12:00:00 AM by ozwalker from South Coast Australia
I have not worn these in chlorinated pools, but in fresh water and salt water. I think salt water is pretty caustic on footwear, don't you? If that is so, then they should be just as durable for water aerobics. And the prices are so great at Sierra Trading, you can buy two pairs for the retail price of one easy!
Answered on 9/28/2011 12:00:00 AM by Dog Mom from South Florida
There is a portion that goes down in the back, but it is not totally enclosed as there are two vents on either side of it. It should be enough to allow an orthotic in though.
Answered on 3/10/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
It's partially open in the back, as the strap does go around the back of the ankle. I don't know what type of orthotic you have and what you need to make it work. I use a taco for arch support, and I don't believe I had the ability to use it with this sandal. It is a masculine, sturdy shoe.
Answered on 3/12/2010 12:00:00 AM by Mary from Minneapolis, MN
The back of this shoe is not totally open. There's a shank up the back that the velcro goes on the outside of.
Answered on 3/19/2010 12:00:00 AM by dc from Harrisburg, PA
I wear it with orthotics. It is closed back with two cut-outs
Answered on 4/25/2010 12:00:00 AM by Rusty Shackleford from Texas
The shoe is not totally open in the back. There is backing in the center of the heel with two small openings on the side. If you look at the 'top view' the backing goes all the way down minus the two holes you see in the picture.
Answered on 5/15/2010 12:00:00 AM by lovebeingoutside from west virginia