Adidas Men's Hydroterra Shandal.
For maximum barefoot comfort in summer heat or after kayaking, this mesh shandal welds allover EVA on the shoe's interior. Protective rubber toe-cap, speed lacing, and an easy step-down heel.
Upper: airmesh for maximum ventilation. Upper: speed lacing construction for fast and snug lacing. Upper: heel-fit-system for increased fit & comfort. Inlay: molded EVA sock liner. Outsole: super high traction rubber for optimal grip in wet conditions.
The Hydroterra Shandal from Adidas offeres barefoot comfort in summer heat or after water sports. This mesh shandal welds all over EVA on the shoe's interior.
Country of Origin: Imported
|Avg. Weight (Pair):||1 lb. 4.4 oz. (584 g)|
|Country Of Origin:||Asia|
|Does this shoe come in widths?:||No|
|Footwear Type:||Water Shoes|
|Inlay:||Molded EVA sockliner|
|Insole:||Modled EVA sockliner|
|Outsole:||Super high traxion rubber for optimal grip in wet conditions|
|Sole:||Super High Traxion Rubber|
|Upper:||Heel-fit-system for increased fit and comfort|
|Weight:||10 oz / 292 g (Single Shoe)|
First of all, the best shoe I come across for water sports (I do canoe tripping) however, the mesh can be a little abrasive (think cheese grater) after awhile. I've been wearing a thin synthetic liner sock for comfort. For years, I've been wearing the Adidas Adventure Claw shoe for canoeing and hiking. Done with "big waffle stompers" ... blister makers! Yes, I have sensitive feet.
So, again, Adidas has come through again!
Not a sandal guy but these shandals are terrific. Kayak-friendly, light weight, and cool on the dogs while offering solid support. The molded tongue. stays put and the elastic, one-pull fastener system snugs the shoe just right every time without laces hanging out everywhere.
ita really beautiful and cool... specially the hydroterra color blue
Looks super cool. Work well on the river. But they didnt even last 1 season before they fell apart. Friend got the same pair and they didnt even last 2 months.
* I am a raft guide on the ocoee river; if you dont use and abuse your gear these might be okay for you.