Teva Men’s Gnarkosi Water Shoe,Bombay Brown,11 M US

March 3, 2014 - Comment

Prepare to change what you think when you hear “water shoe.” Teva defined this category when we first launched, and now we’re re-defining it for a new generation of water lovers with the Gnarkosi. Designed in collaboration with professional wakeskaters, the Gnarkosi boasts incredible water performance qualities in a shoe that is begging to be

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Prepare to change what you think when you hear “water shoe.” Teva defined this category when we first launched, and now we’re re-defining it for a new generation of water lovers with the Gnarkosi. Designed in collaboration with professional wakeskaters, the Gnarkosi boasts incredible water performance qualities in a shoe that is begging to be rocked at the bar. Drain Frame™ perforations in the toe and heel drain water like a sieve, and Spider Original rubber on a completely flat outsole design is grippy enough for the best wakeskaters in the world to do their thing. So say hello to the first advanced water shoe designed by and for the new guard of outdoor athletes, the Gnarkosi.

Product Features

  • Lightweight synthetic upper is highly breathable
  • Perforations throughout the upper allow for maximum ventilation and water drainage
  • Lightly padded tongue and collar for added comfort and performance
  • Heel pull loop for easy on/off
  • Non-marking Spider Rubber® outsole offers exceptional durability and optimal wet/dry traction

Comments

Dr. J says:

Galapagos Islands Zodiac Raft Wet Landings These shoes were purchased specifically for a trip to the Galapagos Islands. Many of the islands are only accessable via a raft, which in my case would be a Zodiac Raft (the kind that the Navy Seals use in their sea operations). Some of those landings were going to be “wet landings” onto beaches. A “wet landing” is where one disembarks the raft directly into shallow water (as opposed to onto dry land), walks through the water, onto the wet sandy/rocky beach, and finally onto dry land. Of course, one does the opposite to get back onto the raft, in order to be transported back to the larger ship. Since the sea floor would range from soft sand, to sand embedded with sharp volcanic rock, doing this barefoot or with cheap thin soled “beach sandals” would be risky and enviting injury. Also, after the landings, we would exploring/hiking around the island for many hours, to view the wildlife. We would be treking over all types of surfaces from dry sand, to very slippery, sharp volcanic…

B. Wagner says:

Great shoe for in and out of the water 0

outdoorrenegade says:

Love it for hiking 0

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