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      Teva Toachi 2 Water Sandals - Men's

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      • Universal synthetic leather strapping system with rip-and-stick tabs and quick-release buckles offers a secure and easy fit; padded heel straps give added comfort
      • Soft neoprene linings are comfortable against bare skin and dry quickly
      • Microban® zinc-based antimicrobial treatment helps deter odor development
      • Soft, compression-molded EVA midsoles with Shoc Pad™ in heels absorb shock and transfer it for enhanced push-off energy
      • Full-length thermoplastic urethane shanks wrap up into the straps to supply excellent stability and support
      • Drain Frame platform sends water out through the midsoles and outsoles to maximize water drainage and facilitate airflow
      • Nonmarking Spider Rubber® outsoles feature an aggressive lug design that bites into mixed terrain and sheds debris that can slow you down

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      Teva Toachi 2 Water Sandals - Men's

      Specification Description
      Best use Watersports
      Footwear closure Buckle
      Upper Synthetic leather
      Lining Neoprene
      Topsole EVA
      Midsole EVA/polyurethane heel pad
      Support Thermoplastic urethane shank
      Outsole Spider rubber
      Toe coverage Open toe
      Average footwear weight (pair) 1 lb. 5 oz.
      Gender Men's

      Teva Toachi 2 Water Sandals - Men's

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      Rated 1out of5
      by fromBring back the original Toachi I purchased the original model back in 2008. Best sandal I have ever had. I am really disappointed with the Toachi 2. The heel pad and the straps are made of cheaper materials, yet the price is still the same. My suggestion for Teva is to offer two versions of the product (an upper model and a less expensive model) and allow the customers a choice. Too bad I did not stock up on a few pairs before the old ones were discontinued.
      Date published: 2011-09-02
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromGreat features terrible fit! I have worn Tevas for many many years, going through probably close to 10 pair in my lifetime. In all but one other case I have always gotten the same size (13 US). With the Toachi 2 I ordered the 13 which didn't fit. I then ordered the 14 which still didn't fit. This is the strangest pair of Tevas I've ever seen. I really liked the clip entry. It provided rapid entry and exit while maintaining precise fit adjustment. I also really like the draining sole as I am regularly in an out of water.
      Date published: 2011-11-13
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromThe Toachi 2: Great sole, Bad Straps The sole of the shoe feels very nice under foot. However, the strap that holds the front of the sandal to your foot has a ring that sits on top of the knuckle on my big toe. It digs in without mercy, even when the strap is very loose. I'm sending mine back.
      Date published: 2011-07-16
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromToo slippery! I had to return them after several near-slip-and-falls on smooth concrete surfaces. Thin soles made them lightweight -- a good thing -- but also provided less arch and toe support. I found better support in the original Terra Fi.
      Date published: 2011-08-10
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromdisappointed !! I use the Toachi for in house foot comfort. The 2 older pairs I own are 3/4 of an inch wider thus are more comfortable. I won't purchase another pair until I know they will be wider.
      Date published: 2013-05-11
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromToo slippery! I had to return them after several near-slip-and-falls on smooth concrete surfaces. Thin soles made them lightweight -- a good thing -- but also provided less arch and toe support. I found better support in the original Terra Fi.
      Date published: 2011-08-10
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromBring back the original Toachi I purchased the original model back in 2008. Best sandal I have ever had. I am really disappointed with the Toachi 2. The heel pad and the straps are made of cheaper materials, yet the price is still the same. My suggestion for Teva is to offer two versions of the product (an upper model and a less expensive model) and allow the customers a choice. Too bad I did not stock up on a few pairs before the old ones were discontinued.
      Date published: 2011-09-02
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromOnly good for casual wear, not walking. Wore these sandals on one moderate 10 mile out and back hike along a stream. It might be more appropriate to describe the hike as a nature walk with some walking in and across the waters. Within the first hour, the back of the shoe was chafing and causing blisters on the backs of my feet. About half way through the hike, the straps across the toes were causing blisters on both sides of my feet where the straps came into contact with my skin. Also, the arch support which felt nice while wearing casually started to rub into my arch so much that I had huge blisters there as well. By the end of my hike I had at least half a dozen blisters on each foot and my feet were bloody. I had stopped several times to apply bandaids and moleskin however their help was minimal as they could not cover my entire foot. I would need complete moleskin socks to stop the shoes from chafing. Furthermore, the shoes are supposed to be very gripping in the water, yet it appeared they had minimal grip as I slipped quite a few times including a rather bad fall that resulted in injury. Additionally, I want to say that all of the little crevices on the shoes were so filled with sand grains from the sand along the stream that I had to constantly stop to pick them out otherwise they too would start to cause blisters. Finally, at the conclusion of the hike, the buckle closure on the left shoe was stuck closed and there were many small scrapes in the "shock pad" rubber making the shoes look as if they were worn for months, I am not an expert at hiking through wet areas, but I have above average experience in terms of hiking desert areas and these shoes would never make it through an actual moderate to difficult hike. I could not imagine wearing these shoes at the beach either as all the sand would probably get lodged in the shoes causing massive discomfort. I am really disappointed as I have heard so much for years about how Teva makes the most reliable and comfortable hiking and water sandals. Sure, these are cute and I got many compliments on how they looked before the hike, but that does not make up for the amount of pain I am in now. So I would recommend these shoes only to someone who works a desk job and would almost never be walking in them.
      Date published: 2011-09-11

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