Teva Men's Omnium Sandal
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- Textile and Synthetic
- Athletic sandal featuring enclosed toebox for protection, pull-cord lacing system for stability, and quick-release buckle for ease^Microban zinc-based odor-resistant treatment^Encapsulated shock-absorbing ShocPad technology^Non-marking Spider Rubber outsole for traction and durability
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The Omnium Men's Sport Sandal is versatile enough for all of your adventures, as it provides additional coverage for protection, quick-drying materials to keep you comfortable and Teva-tested Spider Rubber® to keep you on your feet. This shoe is great for water activities such as canoeing, river rafting, sit on top kayaking, and amphibious hiking.
Teva's Omnium hiking shoe brings the best of both worlds. This part-sandal, part-shoe hybrid has the light weight and breathability of a sandal, along with the added foot protection of a shoe. It also features three points of adjustability for enhanced fit and comfort.See all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
I ended up going to a brick and mortar store to find the right fit, and ended up with another brand, size US 11.
I haven't noticed anyone else in the reviews complain about this, but be warned, the sizing was not accurate for me. Other than that, I can highly recommend these sandals, as they last forever and are so very comfortable, like a second set of feet.
They ended up being for more casual under 1 mile hikes, because they simply have too many points of contact on the upper side that produce blisters. They also have more flex than chacos, so they end up feeling unstable while scrambling on boulder fields. Hiking up creeks in high altitude streams is fine, but down in low altitude creeks they end up collecting mud. I just have not found a niche where they perform better hiking than chacos.
That being said, they are exponentially more comfortable than Chacos. I do still use them for around camp (when you use chacos around camp at night you find every cactus and sharp rock with your toe) and for white water. The shoes have potential, but they really need to find less abrasive material to use on the top side if people are going to be able to cinch it down hard and go on more serious hikes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They run pretty small, I wear a 12, bought 13..and they are snug.Read more
Only wish you carried both colors.Read more