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Teva Men's Churn Performance Water Shoe

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Grey/Green
  • Synthetic/Textile
  • Imported
  • Synthetic sole
  • Multi-sport shoe featuring mesh upper with water-drainage channels and bungee lacing system
  • Elasticized opening with rear heel pull
  • Fold-down heel for clog conversion
  • Compression-molded EVA midsole
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The Churn is a multi-sport shoe that specializes in getting wet. Its mesh upper is extremely breathable and quick-drying, making it the perfect shoe for those hot summer days when all you want to do is plunge into the water. Back in camp, you can take advantage of the Churn's fold down heel Shock Pad when you just feel like slipping into your shoes. If you're only gonna take one pair of shoes on a trip, you won't go wrong with the Churn (unless you're going to a black tie gala...but even then you might be able to pull it off).

Key Features of the Teva Churn Water Shoes:

  • T.I.D.E. GRIP
  • Spider Original rubber outsole for uncompromised grip in wet environments
  • Nylon shank for torsional rigidity and stability
  • T.I.D.E. HYDRO
  • Mesh upper drains water and dries quickly
  • Drainage channels in forefoot allow water to escape
  • T.I.D.E. COMFORT
  • High abrasion synthetic leather and mesh upper
  • Fold down heel with Shock Pad for additional cushioning
  • Compression molded EVA midsole
  • Encapsulated Shock Pad in the midsole for shock absorption

Wet or dry, the Churn Performance water shoe from Teva Men's really gets the job done. Synthetic and mesh upper is designed to drain quickly and get down to the business of drying. Bungee cord closure affords a perfect fit, and the heel tab helps when wiggling in wet toes.

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  • ASIN: B0055ATVDW
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 9 x 5 inches; 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Item model number: Churn-M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,781 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    99 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 31, 2011
    Size: 10.5 D(M) USColor: Charcoal Grey Verified Purchase
    I live on Okinawa and I bought these to wear when I go snorkeling. It is often a long hike over sharp and or slippery coral and lava rock. These perform excellent in both conditions. The thick soles protect from sharp (and I mean really sharp) rocks, yet have great traction on slippery algae as well. They are also super light and swimming with them on is as close as you can get to bare feet. They also work great for keeping sand and pebbles out. I have walked thrugh soft sand and gravel and never had to remove them to rinse irritating rocks out. I ordered mine large enough to wear with socks and they are stylish enough for everyday wear. Bottom line - these are the best, most versitile water shoes I have ever owned, or heard of. Worth every penny
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    69 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Chad Swimmer on August 31, 2011
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    Excellent shoes, but first the only con: for river shoes, they don't dry out as quickly as I expected. For the pros, I bought these shoes as an alternative to tennis shoes for long distance hiking, since hiking boots always bruise my ankles and give me blisters. To test them before taking them on the trail, I jogged a few days in them, up to 8 miles at a stretch, and was comfortable and didn't notice them--which is what I hope for in my shoes. Then, this Summer, I took them on two long hikes in the High Sierra, a total of 140 miles. They even scrambled an 11,000 foot peak. Because they're low-top and I had a 50 pound backpack, I wore ace-bandage style ankle supports between my socks and the shoes, and also always hike with trekking poles. They performed outstandingly well--no bruised ankles, only one minor blister on a 14-mile day with lots of downhill. It was nice to walk right through river fords and off down the trail. The soles gripped well on rock, and even did fine on snow crossings. And the shoes are easily put on and taken off. The seams held up well, though the outer webbing got a minor tear from a sharp stick (but this didn't affect performance at all). Next Summer I plan to hike the John Muir Trail in them. I would definitely recommend them to friends.
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    40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Pete P. Poplawski on May 19, 2012
    Size: 13 D(M) USColor: Tarmac Verified Purchase
    I purchased these as a replacement for my worn out Columbia water shoes(model discontinued). South Florida weather is hot and often wet so regular sneakers don't usually cut it for comfort. I'm sure these are great for walking through rivers with but they are also great for regular urban use. They are a perfect super comfortable alternative to heavier footwear during hot weather. Slip on, no laces, perfect. Without socks you can't beat them. If they get sweaty or dirty you can just hose them down. They also pack down well into a suitcase to take up much less space than sneakers. Face them together and wrap with two mini bungees and they squash down pretty small. My one complaint kept these from getting a five star rating. It's the same with most shoes of this type with removable liners. If you wear these without socks you will pull the liner out halfway out of the shoe 9 times out of 10 when taking them off. It is beyond annoying. I finally figured out how to beat this annoyance. When pulling out your foot, stick your thumb into the shoe at the half way point under your foot. Press down on the liner with you thumb as you pull out your foot. Trust me, it's quicker then sticking the liner back in every single time. Try this technique with any footwear that has this similar problem.
    Update 12/22/12. I had to knock this down to 3 stars because of the lack of durability. After medium use the mesh near the end by the toes is already starting to rip away from the rubber. I can still wear the shoes but once this starts it only gets worse. I would expect that in another year or so but certainly not now. I had a Columbia pair of shoes like this and after 4 years it still didn't rip.
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    63 of 76 people found the following review helpful By waterboi on May 27, 2012
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    I am a medicare aged male who has lived in Florida all my life, in and around fresh and salt water, fishing, swimming, boating and kayaking. For a number of years I used Teva sandals or some form of water boot, neither of which is ideal for all activities. I wear sandals in the surf for arch support. Saw a pair of the Teva Churn watershoes at a retailer and thought they would better support and protect my feet while performing these activities versus the open toed sandals. Wore them surf fishing for the first time last week and what a disaster. They immediately filled with sand and shell bits...so much so that every space in the shoes that didn't have flesh had this material. A large annoying blob of sand was under the arch making walking uncomfortable. Tiny shell bits came into the shoe, filled up pockets of the mesh on both sides of both shoes and small bits of shell stuck in the ridges of the soles. I finally took them off and traded them for my traditional sandals. The shoes do not dry well. I spent a half hour or more trying to get all the shell bits from every possible place in and on the shoes. I was not successful. They may be great in fresh or clear salt water or while on the power boat. However, they are not for the surf, period.
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    27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By S. Rowe on June 6, 2012
    I typically wear a size 12 (just about a perfect fit in nike shoes) and based on other reviews I ordered both a 12 and a 13 - unfortunately the 12 was too small and the 13 was too big (no half sizes options for me). I ended up returning both pairs and going with the Soloman Geko in size 12 and have been really pleased with it. My wife ordered the women's version of the Teva Churn and it fit her well. Comparing the Teva Churn to the Soloman Geko in-use, the Teva is a slightly lighter shoe with a little more breathability than the Soloman, however the Teva also seems to hold water longer than the Soloman. The Teva generally stayed damp while wearing and had to sit out overnight to dry out; whereas the Soloman dried more while wearing and if wet in the morning was dry in the afternoon. The drying differences could be due to differences between my wife and I, but I figured I would give my experience since I find comparisons in reviews really helpful. Overall, this is a good shoe for the price.
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