Perforated footbed and midsole for maximum drainage
Molded TPU support skeleton for optimum support
Adjustable straps at heel and ankle for custom fit
Siped rubber outsole
A great-looking sport sandal with a quick-drying stretch-mesh upper, plus a perforated footbed and midsole for maximum drainage. The molded TPU support skeleton provides optimum support, and adjustable straps at heel and ankle provide a custom fit. Siped rubber outsole sluices away water and gives positive traction. Color: Black/Gray.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Govinda Great water sandals!
My husband loves them. He said they're very comfortable but don't dry very fast.
September 4, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by RWhit Full fills my need
Bought this shoe for use in and around fresh/salt water. Drains and dries quickly. I gave it four stars because I found the inside sole a little uncomfortable. It is not a long walking shoe.
August 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by panfishgolfer As expected - and then some
I had a pair of "high end" shoes from a respected manufacture that I loved...until the sole fell completely off the rest of the shoe. Saw these in an advertisement and decided to give them a try (they were half the price of my previous pair). I was expecting heavy and hard like my last brand but was pleasantly surprised to find they wear more like a running shoe. Soft and comfortable on the foot with well-placed straps. Love the "drains" in the bottom that keep them dry after being in the water. I wish i could post a picture of the tan lines on my feet to show how much I love these "shoes"!
July 24, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Whitewater Mountrek Water Sandals
I love Mountrek Water Sandals. I have been kayaking for years and they are comfortable, durable, and have great traction.
July 23, 2012
I have had these on the river boating and fishing. The drains have screens to prevent rocks from getting up into the shoe which would also prevent rocks already in the shoe from leaving. With that said...I have NOT had a problem with rocks getting trapped and becoming a problem. I did find one small, tiny, rock fall into one and I picked it out with a pocket knife - didn't know it was there until i took off my shoes.
debris will get trapped in the vents. Also, if you walk through wooded/wild areas, sticks and what not will tear the mesh out of those vents. I walked through St. Augustine grass and that was poking through and tearing up the mesh pretty easy. Better wading shoes out there IMHO.