About Teva Sear Trail Running Shoes - Waterproof (For Men)
Closeouts. All-day excursion or quick jaunt through the back woods, Teva's Sear light trail shoes feature a waterproof breathable eVent® membrane that keeps the elements at bay and your feet remarkably dry and comfortable.
Reviewed by Kegs from Cold side of CONUS on Tuesday, June 14, 2011
First of all, I won't give a shoe a 5 star rating unless I've had them a year - so don't let the 4 stars scare you away. I have only had these just a little over a week. I run mixed roads gravel/pave 4-5x/week and manage forests for a living, so I'm on my feet over all terrain. I took these fishing in a very wild river where the banks are >100% grade, so I got to side step these very good. The shoe laces come untied when pushing these. My advice is to order a half size larger than you typically wear. I did this myself and the fit was good, though they could use a little more side-side room in the toebox. I bought these as "all-around" shoes, and they do a good job with that - just as comfortable going shopping on hard surfaces as they are waybacking. I think you could run roads with these, but I wouldn't recommend serious pavement pounding miles in them - I expect the soles would wear out quickly. I had one slip on a wet surface, but these are quite waterproof - my feet get a tad warm in these shoes, but nothing major - I am a tough reviewer and these are good shoes.
Arch Type: Average Arch
Best Uses: All Weather Conditions, Mixed Terrain, Trail Running, Walking, Wet Weather, Work
Cons: Narrow / Tight
Describe Yourself: Avid Athlete
Pros: Comfortable, Cushions Impact, Durable, Good Arch Support, Good Traction, Lightweight, Pronation Control, Rugged
Reviewed by Imager39 from Colorado on Monday, May 30, 2011
Interesting thing - these shoes get noticed. Have had many comments on their looks. These shoes seem very well made and durable. Only caveat is they seem to size narrow and with all materials being man made seem to be taking some time to stretch and accomodate if they even will. Not an issue of being painful but very snug in the width. Seem to have good impact absortion. Pleased with the purchase.
Reviewed by Mikey from Albuquerque on Monday, May 23, 2011
Very good shoe. Agressive traction is good on clean or loose trails but not good in muddy conditions. Solid performer and even a nice light hiker. Have black and green colors and both are fine. I have already bought a replacement pair for when these wear out.