Information about Teva Sky Lake Trail Shoes (For Women)
Closeouts. Hike forest trails or walk around the neighborhood in Teva's Sky Lake trail shoes. The Mush® infused insole gives feet extra cushioning, and the rugged rubber outsole handles all types of terrain.
Shoc Pad® in the heel transfers impact energy and provides greater spring with each push-off
Reviewed by Fishercs from Pittsburgh, PA on Thursday, September 29, 2011
I bought this shoe to hike/sightsee all over Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana, and this shoe was EXCELLENT! Very comfortable and lightweight. Great arch support. Provided good traction. This is the MOST comforable shoe I've ever owned - including tennis/athletic shoes. I love this shoe, and highly...
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Reviewed by Zeuscat from Connecticut on Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Love my Teva sandals so was hopeful for these as I like to walk in the woods. The inner sole of this shoe is very firm, almost hard. When walking on a floor it feels as if my foot rolls on the ball of my foot, then the toes hit the floor, instead of a smooth transition. Sadly will be returning them.
Reviewed by Sierra5 from Nebraska on Sunday, March 08, 2015
I bought these shoes a 1/2 size bigger as other reviews suggested and found they were a perfect fit. These shoes were bought for hiking but I wanted to break them in and wear them around. They are so comfortable and look great that it may be hard to designate them as just a hiking shoe. Quality is great and can't be the comfort! The prices on STP can't be beat and I ordered another Teva hiking shoe for a backup pair.
Reviewed by Dee from Boone on Monday, February 23, 2015
I am a huge fan of Teva sandals, and these shoes are just as comfortable as my many pairs of sandals. They didn't require any "breaking in," either. I usually buy a size 9 in sandals, but went with a 9.5 for these to be sure I had enough toe room. That was a good decision. My feet are wide and I have bunions on both. I was worried about the ribbons that go across the foot because those don't usually stretch and they hit right at bunion level. If the shoes were any narrower I wouldn't be able to wear them, but they fit just fine and don't cause pain.
Reviewed by bluebird from Arizona on Thursday, February 19, 2015
I'm a size 9 Keen wearer, and size 9 in this Teva fits very well. Good support, great grippy soles. I tested this hiking shoe out on a rocky slope where each step was on uneven and loose rocks. These shoes provided me with solid stability. The price was so good I ordered a second pair.
At Sierra we have a 100% satisfaction guarantee so if you are not happy with your purchase for any reason,please return it to us as soon as possible. Products purchased within 6 months of the order date will receive a refund by the original payment method. For returns on purchases over 6 months old, a gift card will be issued. If you feel we have made a mistake in filling your order, we will gladly refund your shipping charges as well.
Answered on 5/17/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
No you will need a show with a stiffer steel shank. Learn your stuff before you go in the woods.
Answered on 8/31/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from None
I've used these shoes walking through tall wet grass and they are definitely not waterproof but they are very comfortable right out of the box. I purchased them more for their breathe-ability than their resistance to water though. I have not yet taken them on a long hike as I typically wear boots but they appear to be very well made and sturdy, just like other Teva products I've purchased.
Answered on 10/10/2011 12:00:00 AM by Jen M from Eugene, OR
No. These shoes are not waterproof. Nor will they offer enough support of comfort for that much hiking. These shoes are more for any everyday shoe or paved city trails, not dampish wine country hiking.
Answered on 10/18/2011 12:00:00 AM by joani5 from San Jose, CA
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