• Yes, I think they would work just fine for a water park, beach or pool.. They are sturdy enough, have good traction & would probably dry fairly quickly. They do have one leather strap at the back of the ankle that might get funky over time, if wet too often. They are sports sandals, but I prefer something with more foot protection for hiking or rafting.
    Answered on 5/30/2016 1:36:04 PM by Nan from Albuquerque
  • I guess you could wear these at a water park - but not really for swimming. They are a pretty rigid shoe - more like a sandal than a water shoe. They are very comfortable. I actually have 2 pairs. Getting them wet is not a problem.
    Answered on 5/30/2016 3:50:03 PM by LMaya from plantation, fl
  • These are not specifically designed for water use.
    Answered on 5/31/2016 9:19:43 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
  • Yes. I think they would work well in a water park. There are probably better shoes for the park though. They are waterproof and would dry quickly just have a thin strap.
    Answered on 6/3/2016 5:45:46 AM by court in the canoe from the Ozarks
  • I do know the extent of their "waterproof-ness" as in how long the straps will hold up or if they will stretch if exposed to water for an extended time. However, the soles have a good grip and they are very comfortable.
    Answered on 6/4/2016 3:48:38 AM by Becky near DC from Near DC