Teva Men’s Original Universal Urban Sandal, Black, 10 M US

September 19, 2018 - Comment

T.I.D.E. HYDRO: Open toe construction doesn’t allow water to pool. T.I.D.E. COMFORT: Webbing Upper Hook and loop strap lets you skip the laces. Multiple points of adjustment allow for the perfect fit EVA footbed for cushioning Microban zinc-based anti-microbial treatment keeps the stink down. Product Features Versatile sandal featuring strappy upper with multiple hook-and-loop adjustment

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T.I.D.E. HYDRO: Open toe construction doesn’t allow water to pool. T.I.D.E. COMFORT: Webbing Upper Hook and loop strap lets you skip the laces. Multiple points of adjustment allow for the perfect fit EVA footbed for cushioning Microban zinc-based anti-microbial treatment keeps the stink down.

Product Features

  • Versatile sandal featuring strappy upper with multiple hook-and-loop adjustment points
  • Microban zinc-based odor-resistant treatment
  • EVA cushioned footbed
  • Durabrasion rubber outsole for durable traction

Comments

Neil says:

Fantastic sandal Damn good sandal. It’s built well and appears will last. Simple rugged nylon construction. When I first tried them on I thought they would be uncomfortable around the buckles. But after a couple hours of use I forgot I had them on. Really nice foot support especially in the arch. They break in really quick. As tough and comfortable they are I would not hesitate to use them as my daily wear in good weather. They definitely have a David Van Driessen look to them but they are not bad looking. I knocked a star because I wish they had .5 sizes. I wear an eleven shoe and I have about .5 inch behind my heel and another .5 inch in front of my toes. I think a 10.5 would have been perfect and a 10 too small.

Steve says:

Great minimal sandal I have four pairs of these sandals now. I’m a minimalist shoe enthusiast and a hiker/backpacker. My first pair that I used for hiking and backpacking finally wore down enough on the sole to lose traction on the trail, so I’ve replaced it. My other two pairs are used for less abusive settings, so they have lasted a long time. I’ve just put 50 miles on my new pair and love them as much as the others. I did discover that the rubber is softer and more cushioning in the new pair — I don’t think this is a change in manufacturing, just that the older pair hardened some over time. These sandals are not as minimalist as, say, the Xero sandals, but they give a little welcome padding for rocky trails. I use both, depending on conditions. I find no need for the more aggressive tread and fancier styling of more expensive sandals. These are great, with or without socks.

Ricky says:

Totally different type of sandal than Chacos I am very happy with these. I had initially bought Chacos, buying into the hype of the strapping system and the durability. Unfortunately, the molded heel bed for Chacos do not fit my feet at all and hurt a lot. I returned those and went with the main competitors, Teva. I’m very glad I did.These fit my feet much better. They have a somewhat molded foot bed, but the material is softer and compresses under my weight more. The velcro on the straps is a bit annoying, but I find these easier to get on and off than Chacos. The heel strap sits more across my heel than my Achilles tendon and it feels very secure. I have run around in these without them slipping off. The strap that goes around the front of my ankle sits a bit high, making them feel secure around the ankle. The only problem I had, as other reviewers noted, was the plastic triangle where the three straps near the toes meet. Only on my right foot it caused pressure on the protruding joint near my small toe. But, since…

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