Information about Treksta Kisatchie Multisport Sandals (For Women)
Closeouts. Designed for comfort and built for multisport terrain, Treksta's Kisatchie sandals take the best of an amphibious shoe and the best of a trail runner to make a water-, summer- and mud-ready shoe that performs from river bottom to trail.
Reviewed by Avid Walker from Sedona, AZ on Wednesday, July 13, 2011
This is the best walking shoe I've ever worn. I chose it because I have very wide feet and very bad bunions and the cut-outs fit the bunions perfectly. From the first day I wore them for my 4-mile morning walk they felt comfortable and didn't need any break-in time. The sole feels very durable and t...
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Reviewed by advocate4kids from Waukegan, IL on Sunday, April 29, 2012
These shoes fit well. They are a little heavy, but that is not necessarily a bad thing. They certainly will will be a useful part of my summer wardrobe. If I am coerced into exercise for its own sake, these shoes will make it more tolerable.
Reviewed by ann from hamburg, ny on Monday, April 9, 2012
These are pretty good and sturdy. Went on a very muddy, 4 hours hike on rugged terrain this past weekend and they did pretty well thru the creeks and up muddy hills. I wore wool socks with them and the back of my right heel and my right pinky toe got slightly chaffed. I bought them to wear hiking this type of terrain in the summer and think they'll do better with no socks at all. They are not super cushioned or super flexible, but seem very durable and hard-working-what else can you ask for? (I will not wear these around town as I might a Teva sandal.) My feet are relatively wide and so I read all the reviews of those who purchased previously, noting someone with bunions found these comfortable. Overall I am glad I took the chance on these because they seemed designed for the type of hiking I do. This is my first experience with the boa system and I really love the feature! Good price too!