- Breathable and durable air mesh upper allow the foot to breathe
- Solyte midsole provides an exceptionally lightweight midsole with excellent bounce-back and durability
- Water Drain outsole provides exceptional traction in wet and slippery conditions
- ComforDry sockliner provides the optimum cushioning performance that creates a cooler, drier and healthier shoe environment.
- Open mesh on the upper and hole on the sole provides for superior breathability and quick drying
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Next, let me list a couple minor issues: they don't keep out sand or pebbles, and in fact seem to attract and hold muck inside the shoe when you wear them on a muddy river bottom. Also, sometimes gravel-sized rocks can get wedged into the tread on the soles.
And finally, I do have to talk about the one significant (fatal?) flaw: these water shoes don't dry quickly at all. They actually stay wet for a disappointingly long time after worn in the water. I can't really figure out why, considering they seem to be made of a mesh material. It's almost weird, like I can't even figure out where all this moisture is hiding! You almost need to let them sit out overnight to completely dry them. I'd say this could be a fatal flaw if you're really looking for a dedicated water shoe. Like, if you step in the water when launching your canoe or kayak, your feet are gonna be kinda wet and cold for the rest of the morning. In the heat of summer, though, that doesn't bother me.
I based my star rating on my intended use, boating and beach/sandbar duty. They are easy to slip on, fairly breathable and stayed on while trudging through 3ft deep water w/ sandy bottom walking. They did fill up with a good amount of sand, but a simple remove and dump fixed the issue(not self cleaning as with some sandal type designs). I had 1 or 2 pieces of shell stuck in the bottom holes, but nothing that I even noticed let alone poked through to my foot. I can however see where pebbles and hiking type rocks could possibly cause issues. Which leads me to the 2nd part of my review. I took a few short hikes in these and while I didn't get any sore foot from 'rock stabs', the fit wasn't firm enough that I'll be using these for any dedicated hikes. Too much slip and not enough stability for what I'd want in a hiker. There are better, albeit it more expensive options, for a primary wet hiking shoe.