Teva Men’s Churn Water Shoe,Red Ochre,12 M US

March 3, 2014 - Comment

The Teva Churn sneaker is a multi-sport shoe that specializes in getting wet. This men’s shoe features a synthetic leather and quick-drying mesh upper with drainage channels in the forefoot to allow water to escape. The fold-down Shoc PadTM heel allows easy on/off of the Teva Churn shoe. Product Features Spider Original rubber outsole Nylon

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The Teva Churn sneaker is a multi-sport shoe that specializes in getting wet. This men’s shoe features a synthetic leather and quick-drying mesh upper with drainage channels in the forefoot to allow water to escape. The fold-down Shoc PadTM heel allows easy on/off of the Teva Churn shoe.

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 0

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 in the High Sierra, a total of 140 miles. They even scrambled an 11,000 foot peak. Because they’re low-top and I had a 50 pound backpack, I wore ace-bandage style ankle supports between my socks and the shoes, and also always hike with trekking poles. They performed outstandingly well–no bruised ankles, only one minor blister on a 14-mile day with lots of downhill. It was nice to walk right through river fords and off down the trail. The soles gripped well on rock, and even did fine on…

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 fishing for the first time last week and what a disaster. They immediately filled with sand and shell bits…so much so that every space in the shoes that didn’t have flesh had this material. A large annoying blob of sand was under the arch making walking uncomfortable. Tiny shell bits came into the shoe, filled up pockets of the mesh on both sides of both shoes and small bits of shell stuck in the ridges of the soles. I finally took them off and traded them for my traditional sandals. The…

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