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Recent Water Shoe Reviews

Columbia Men's Drainmaker III

rated 5 of 5 stars I do a lot of wilderness canoeing and I'm always getting my feet wet. For years I'd wear old running shoes or sandals, but recently I found a product that combines the benefits of both. The Columbia Drainmaker III is a hybrid shoe that looks and feels like a traditional running shoe, yet adds the water draining features of an open toed sandal. The secret is the breathable upper mesh that allows water to seep out, combined with 'drain ports' built into the sole of the shoe that allow the rest of… Full review

Astral Brewer

rated 5 of 5 stars This is the first pair of lace-up, shoe style water shoes I have owned, and I admit, had I not won these, I probably would still be using slip-on neoprene cheapie-type water shoes. But these are great! I have used them for many canoe outings and canoe camping trips, and I can say that I cannot imagine a better pair of shoes for my paddling needs. In deciding which size to order for this model shoes, I did some research, which indicated they may tend to run a bit small; I ordered a half size up from… Full review

Teva Men's Omnium

rated 5 of 5 stars I completed my first 100-mile ultra marathon this past weekend. The hard terrain was too much for my lightweight running shoes and the ball of my left foot was starting to hurt. At about mile 27 I switched to my Omniums (which I had received the Wednesday prior). I completed the last 73 miles of the event in my Tevas and they held up magnificently. As I said, I received them on the Wednesday prior to my Saturday race. Ironically, I only wore them once before the race because I noticed a little chaffing… Full review

Astral Porter

rated 5 of 5 stars Comfortable, lightweight water shoe. My wife and I had Astral V-Eight PFDs. We like the design and quality of them so I bought a pair of Astral Porter Watershoes at Delaware Paddle Sports. From what I've heard the Astral Brewers are good also, but I like the non marking soles of the Porters. I wore them paddling twice without socks with no chaffing but, I wear them with low Smartwool socks just because I don't like to go sockless. After a paddle if I have soaking wet feet I'll sometimes switch… Full review

Gempler PVC Plain Toe Boots

rated 4 of 5 stars Gempler's PVC Plain Toe Boot is a nearly indestructible, waterproof boot that is perfect for caving and canyoneering. It would also have great application in canoe portages. If you ever meet a European caver, they will probably be wearing "Wellies," those big rubber boots designed for mucking about in the barnyard. The problem with Wellies is once they fill with water, you are carrying that water weight, until you drain them. Gempler's 6" Laceup PVC Boot (sold in both plain and steel toe) is an… Full review

Vivo Barefoot Women's Ultra Pure

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A great, lightweight camp and water sport shoe! So far, I am extremely thrilled with this shoe. I was looking for a lightweight camping shoe to take backpacking, I wanted something more than the flip flop but nothing quite and heavy/big/clunky as crocs. These shoes don't squash down too terribly well, but they are light and easy to strap to the outside of my pack. They are great for around camp, tying the bear bag, late night trips into the brush, etc. They let your feet breathe and you can wear… Full review

Teva Men's Churn

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent shoe. Excellent shoes, period. Not just water shoes, but everyday walking shoes. In fact I have been wearing almost nothing but these Teva Churns for about five years now. Almost have worn out one pair and set them aside for work shoes like digging in the garden or whatever dirty work. Wearing a pair now that is about 1.5 to 2 years old and have two more pairs still brand new in the box waiting on deck for when my daily pair wears out. I have yet in 5 years even worn them in the water… Full review

Salomon Women's Techamphibian 3

rated 4 of 5 stars This is a fast drying water shoe great for hiking or cycling. I originally got these for hiking the Zion Narrows trail a couple of years ago. They worked great for that purpose. They had decent traction on slick rock, dried relatively quickly and they nicely protected my toes while still being well ventilated for hot weather. For the same reason I have worn them canoeing and on cycling tours. After being caught in a total downpour on my bike, the next morning I woke up at my campsite and the shoes… Full review

Chota “STL” Plus Wading Boot WW350

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Very good, durable, and comfortable wading boot. Very high quality at a fair price. These boots are very comfortable, durable, stylish, and modestly priced for a product of its quality. They are very easy to get on and off over neoprene stocking feet waders. Their elastic quick lace system secures boot in a matter of seconds. The fit and support are exceptional, allowing for comfort both in and out of the stream. Felt soles are premium quality and stay attached to the uppers for many seasons of… Full review

Top-Rated Water Shoes

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user rating: 4.5 of 5 (17)
Vibram FiveFingers KSO Barefoot/Minimal Shoe / Trail Shoe / Trail Running Shoe / Water Shoe
$63
user rating: 5 of 5 (2)
Teva Churn
$65 - $90
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (4)
Teva Omnium
$23 - $84
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (4)
Vibram FiveFingers Sprint Barefoot/Minimal Shoe / Trail Running Shoe / Water Shoe
$30 - $43
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Astral Porter
$68 - $84
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Columbia Drainmaker
$27
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Adidas Jawpaw
$28
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Astral Brewer
$85 - $99
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Columbia Drainmaker III
$55 - $85
user rating: 4 of 5 (5)
Merrell Waterpro Maipo
$70 - $100
user rating: 4 of 5 (3)
Five Ten Canyoneer
$155 - $179
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Keen Hydro Guide
$38
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Salomon Techamphibian 3
$47 - $95
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Adidas Hydro Pro
$160 - $174
Five Ten Canyoneer 3
$180
Teva Abbett
$65
NRS Kicker
$20 - $44
Vibram FiveFingers Maiori
$90
Columbia Drainmaker III PFG
$94 - $95
O'Neill Psychofreak ST 3.5mm Boot
$80
NRS Workboot Wetshoe
$68 - $79
Adidas Jawpaw CF
$70
Keen Class 5 Tech
$90
NRS Boundary Shoe
$72 - $89
Astral Hiyak Kayak
$98 - $114
Columbia Megavent
$94 - $95
Columbia Liquifly
$85
The North Face Hedgefrog
$40
Astral Rassler Water Shoe
$100 - $119
NRS Desperado Shoe
$30 - $54
Teva Churn Evo
$28 - $84
Columbia Powerdrain Cool Shoe
$32 - $37
Columbia Supervent
$50 - $80
Adidas Hydroterra Shandal
$70 - $95
Camaro Coral Sea Shoe
$15 - $28
Columbia Drainmaker II PFG
$85
Five Ten SAR
$135 - $143
L.L.Bean Vacationland Sport Sneakers
$59
NRS Sasquatch
$32
Adidas Climacool Boat Sleek Shoe
$45 - $59
NRS Freestyle Wetshoe
$34 - $49
Kokatat Nomad Paddling Boot
$103 - $128
Keen Uneek
$80 - $99
Keen Turia Sandals
$41 - $60
O'Neill Mutant 3mm Split Toe Boot
$59
Sea to Summit Ultra Flex Booties
$37
Sea to Summit Blitz Booties
$47
Neosport 3mm Paddle Low Boot
$26
Patagonia Rock Grip Wading Boot - Sticky/Studded
$90
Columbia Ventsock PFG
$22
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