Reviewed by Winnipesaukee Bob from NH on Wednesday, January 29, 2014
High quality sandals great for the beach and town. They are easy to get on and off. They have great support and you can run in them if you choose.
You should order the same size as your running shoes. You can go up a half size if needed and still be very comfortable.
Reviewed by Human from Santa Cruz, CA on Tuesday, July 30, 2013
These sandals provide reasonable arch support, yet are quite lightweight. Further, the footbed has a comfortable, grippy texture and your feet won't slide around them when they get wet. Take the time to explore the various adjusting options, and you'll achieve an optimum fit.
Reviewed by Good Papa from Deep South on Monday, July 15, 2013
I love Teva's. They are my sandal of choice. My Chaco's hurt my feet when I wear them for long periods. I like the looks and straps on the Chaco's better than the Teva but the rubber is hard and doesn't seem to fit my feet. These Tevas have a typically great soft enough feel on the foot bed. I can wear them all day without discomfort.
Now for the lower rating. The ones I got have a heal plate that you can barely see in the photo. I can feel the one on my right foot and it seems out of place or wrong. Plus, the straps are bulky and pretty ugly. The Velcro is bunched up inside the nylon strapping. Not sure what to do about it but it could be improved.
You can wash them with soap when they start to get dirty. They dry relatively quickly, especially if placed in the sun.
Answered on 4/4/2011 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
Here are two ideas. I don't have this problem until they get pretty worn out or I wear them wet for a few days in a row, but either bicarbonate of soda or tea tree oil scrubbing followed by scrubbing them in water and letting them dry completely works for me.
Answered on 5/16/2011 12:00:00 AM by doc davis from New Paltz, NY
The stink is the result of bacteria growth. Apparently, they like the sandal material or what is in your feet.||Every month use diluted bleach and submerge the sandal for an hour. It will kill the bacteria.
Answered on 5/17/2011 12:00:00 AM by gjc from laramie, wy
A prior pair was worn in salt water and ever since they smelled like "Fritos" or "puppy feet". I suggest avoid getting them wet as the anti-microbial properties may be lessened if the shoes do have that property.
Answered on 5/31/2011 12:00:00 AM by DAK from LORAIN, OH