Teva Men’s Churn Performance Water Shoe

March 4, 2014 - Comment

Teva Churn Athletic Shoes. Ready to make a splash on warm-weather adventures… and barely a ripple in your budget! Quick-drying with impressive grip on wet surfaces. When adventure takes you across streams, through puddles or in a cool lake for a quick dip, Teva Churn Athletic Shoes are what you want on your feet. Mesh

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Teva Churn Athletic Shoes. Ready to make a splash on warm-weather adventures… and barely a ripple in your budget! Quick-drying with impressive grip on wet surfaces. When adventure takes you across streams, through puddles or in a cool lake for a quick dip, Teva Churn Athletic Shoes are what you want on your feet. Mesh uppers and drainage channels in the forefoot allow water to escape for quick-drying performance, while the Spider Original rubber outsole won’t slip up when exploring on wet terrain. Back at basecamp, the fold-down heel converts this rugged Adventure Shoe into a laid-back clog-style shoe. All-around awesome: Abrasion-resistant synthetic leather and mesh uppers; Removable, perforated insole; Nylon shank… rigid and stable over challenging terrain; Fold-down heel features Shoc Pad technology for a smooth, cushioned ride. 9 1/2 ozs. each.; State Size. Order yours today! Men’s Teva Churn Athletic ShoesWet or dry, the Churn Performance water shoe from Teva Men’s really gets the job done. Synthetic and mesh upper is designed to drain quickly and get down to the business of drying. Bungee cord closure affords a perfect fit, and the heel tab helps when wiggling in wet toes.

Product Features

  • Spider Original rubber outsole
  • Nylon shank
  • Forefoot drainage channels
  • Fold-down heel with Shoc Pad cushioning offers optional slip-on fit
  • Compression-molded EVA midsole with encapsulated Shoc Pad

Comments

Daniel E. Michael "Silver Alien" says:

Perfect for Okinawa I live on Okinawa and I bought these to wear when I go snorkeling. It is often a long hike over sharp and or slippery coral and lava rock. These perform excellent in both conditions. The thick soles protect from sharp (and I mean really sharp) rocks, yet have great traction on slippery algae as well. They are also super light and swimming with them on is as close as you can get to bare feet. They also work great for keeping sand and pebbles out. I have walked thrugh soft sand and gravel…

Chad Swimmer says:

Not just river shoes! Excellent shoes, but first the only con: for river shoes, they don’t dry out as quickly as I expected. For the pros, I bought these shoes as an alternative to tennis shoes for long distance hiking, since hiking boots always bruise my ankles and give me blisters. To test them before taking them on the trail, I jogged a few days in them, up to 8 miles at a stretch, and was comfortable and didn’t notice them–which is what I hope for in my shoes. Then, this Summer, I took them on two long hikes…

waterboi says:

Far from perfect I am a medicare aged male who has lived in Florida all my life, in and around fresh and salt water, fishing, swimming, boating and kayaking. For a number of years I used Teva sandals or some form of water boot, neither of which is ideal for all activities. I wear sandals in the surf for arch support. Saw a pair of the Teva Churn watershoes at a retailer and thought they would better support and protect my feet while performing these activities versus the open toed sandals. Wore them surf…

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