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- Synthetic Leather/Mesh
- Rubber sole
- Synthetic leather and mesh upper
- Traditional lace closure
- Breathable mesh lining
- Ethylene vinyl acetate removable footbed
- Water friendly non-marking sipped sole
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Your go-to trail tamer, this hydro-hiking shoe is built to get wet, with lightweight traction and comfort that sprints over terrain.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00KZO4L74
- Item model number: ROCKBIT COVE-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 3, 2014
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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2) The Merrell "WaterPro Manistee" is a good runner up with a strong toe guard, better Merrell sole & stronger thicker straps that only holds 1 or 2 lace points vs all lace points on the older design "Waterpro Maipo Water Shoe".
I have all 3 Merrell water shoes but the "Rockbit Cove Hiking Water Shoe" is the best.
Fyi: I also replaced the innersoles with all-day gel innersoles & replaced the laces with 550 Para Cord, wheeled cord lock, & zipper pull cord ends so the laces don't untie and never have to be tied again, but that's just my Engineering OCD.
The older design "Waterpro Maipo Water Shoe" should be avoided due to the: very weak strapping, much weaker toe guard & not as good Vibram sole.
However, after wearing them less than 6 times one of the shoelace loops on the shoe tore off. It looks like the shoelace loops are poorly stitched into the shoe and are clearly the weak spot on this design. They are not shoelace "holes" which pass through the shoe, but are loops of fabric that are sewn into place. Trouble is, the stitching is not durable enough for a shoe like this.
They are not just swimming shoes, they can be quite comfortable walking too. I was carrying a 25 pound pack with me most places.
When I first got them, they fit a little bit tightly, I wish I would have bought a half size up. But within a week or two they stretched out to the size I'm used to.
They dry pretty quickly overnight, just pull out the insoles. When it rains, your socks and feet will get wet because the top and the size of the shoe is made of a moderately-coarse mesh material.
The bottom of the shoe is made of tough rubber. They are lightweight. Also very breathable. I still wore them with Gold Bond powder though to minimize sweating.
You certainly won't be walking on a cloud, these shoes are meant to be durable, and occasionally at the beginning my feet would be a bit sore after walking all day, but again, my feet got used to it and I think it was more due to me just walking around a lot with a pack on than these shoes being uncomfortable. By the end of the trip my feet were no longer sore.
Again, highly recommended. I'll be buying Merrells again.
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