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- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately Low-Top" from arch
- Casual slip-on with high-rebound EVA footbed and Happy U outsole
- Made with natural, animal-free materials: hemp, cork, latex, and salvaged tire rubber
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This sidewalk surfer from Sanuk combines the coverage of a loafer with the comfort of a sandal. The lightweight design is perfect for the warm weather season, and the molded footbed flexes with every step. It promises to become a versatile part of your casual wardrobe.See all Product description
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 11 x 3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0026ZQESE
- Item model number: M Hemp
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 1, 2001
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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I bought the hemp because I knew it would last better than the cotton canvas like I was used to in my old Crocs, where holes would form around the stitches. I'll update with how well these hold up after 6 and 12 months of daily wear.
So we decided to return them and get a different model. Sanuk makes several styles that are fairly similar to these.
P.S. This was his third pair of Sanuks and the only one that fit too small. Others (one is the Pickpocket, and I forget which the first pair was) fit correctly. He wore his first pair until they started falling apart (about 2 years of pretty heavy use.) These have basically replaced flip flops for him (a bit sturdier and much warmer.)
That is all as for me being a surfer slash active person I love how I can just wear these most of the time based off of my life style even ok to wear for dinner casual or a movie or even best when heading to the store for a few things
I usually wear an 11 to 12 wide width shoe, depending on brand and style. I ordered a 12 in the Sanuk and it fits pretty good in length. It's a little loose in the width and heel which I like. I don't plan on wearing them on any long woodland hikes or scaling the peaks in the Colorado Rockies, just around the house and on routine errands so they should hold up okay.
I don't wear socks with mine. Yes, they do pick up sweat from your feet and they will take on an odor after several wearings. Airing them out helps but washing is necessary if you want to remain socially acceptable. I've washed mine once, using a liquid laundry detergent and hand washing in the sink. It only takes a few minutes to wash them and rinse them thoroughly but it will take a day and a night to air dry them fully. I wouldn't toss them in the dryer--I don't think they would respond well to the heat. My shoes held up fine to hand washing. I could detect no shrinkage or fading.
- One time I left them at a friends house and she began wearing them because they were "so nice and comfy".
- I've been stopped on the streets randomly by people asking about my shoes and where I got them.
- I've worn them with a tux and the wedding photographer made it a point to include them in the pictures.
- I've taken them hiking on rock climbing trips and lets just say I'm gad they float.
They've pretty much become a part of my identity the same way people get attached to their "Chucks". I hope they never stop making these.
However these Hemps are just right. I have now had my first two pairs around a year and they have held up well (In fact I am back here ordering more during a sale). One pair I wear outside only, mostly in summer without socks and one pair I use as basically slippers/house shoes with socks, The second pair have been worn pretty much nightly and are just now loosing there "oomph" so to speak. I have olive and stone..both look good but stone does show dirt easily as expected. I have not tried to wash them, been told you can. I just use the lighter stone ones as the house shoes.
I see another style of Donny's that are tempting not sure about those but I can definitely endorse the Hemp model!!
UPDATE: I ordered more recently during a sale and tried them all on and they might be getting smaller, something is definitely different in the toe area. I was curious after reading some other reviews and tried the new ones on and I do notice some change...It use to be a great shoe, it is a very comfy shoe but there is definitely some quality control/sizing integrity issues going on here lately..also now making me wonder about the recent price drop, is there a connection?