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A quick-drying, lightweight mesh and neoprene upper is combined with the unbeatable friction of a co-molded Stealth C4/S1 outsole
The SAR is built for professional water rescue teams with a non-metallic toe cap and penetration-resistant sole
Compression Molded PU
Canyoning, Approach Hiking
Rated 5 out of
They're the bomb!!!!!Shoes fit really well, comfortable and the bottom soles work great for cragging my local rock climbing area. Get plenty of compliments, everyone asks where I got them - from city to the mountain....also good for wet or dry. Love the steal toe protection - saved my toes from injury so many times. Love em! Only advice would be to add an inner gel sole for added comfort. Other than that, can't say enough good things. Looking forward to my next pair!
Date published: 2014-07-11
Rated 4 out of
Great Ankle Support and Traction for Slick RocksI have been using these as kayaking shoes and they have been excelent so far, only a couple of weeks. They are beefy infact they make me feel a bit like I am wearing high heels due to how thick the soles are. This could be a bit of a downside if you have larger feet. Mine fit in my stomper 90 perfectly but still a bit snug (infact I have to move my bulk head forward one hole to wear these shoes vs. my chacos). For a guy with larger feet this could be a major issue seeing as my boat is one of the largest on the whitewater market and I am wearing a mens 8.5. ,,Also, sizing is always challenging for paddling shoes so here is what I found with these:,,I normally wear a womens size 9 in everyday shoes. So, basically all I needed was a half size to make these fit well with wool socks and my drysuit footies. Unlike other shoes on the market where I have needed a full size or more.