photo: Teva Women's Omnium water shoe

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

From hiking the trails or paddling the rivers, wherever your outdoor adventures take you, Teva's Omnium is built for easygoing yet dependable versatility. With a quick-dry upper and drainage ports, it's perfectly built for on-the-water adventures, and for rising terrain, a nylon shank and ShocPad technology offer double the stability.. . Quick-drying synthetic upper. Grosgrain webbing overlays. Quick-dry mesh lining. Multiple drainage ports. Elastic goring creates a stretchy, flexible fit. Nylon shank for stability. Shock-absorbing ShocPad technology added to heel. Bungee lacing with a quick-release buckle strap and hook-and-loop back strap. Non-marking Spider Rubber outsole. 1 1/4 in. heel. Weighs 12 oz.. Imported.

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- US Outdoor Store

The Teva women's Omnium Sport Sandal is versatile enough for all of your adventures, providing you 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 sit on top kayaking, river rafting, canoeing, and amphibious hiking.Omnium Sandal Features:Quick-drying PU-coated synthetic leather upperQuick-release buckle for easy entry/exitIntegrated toe-protectionEncapsulated Shoc Pad in heelMicroban- Zinc based anti-microbial protectionSoft, compression molded EVANon-marking, Spider Rubber- outsole10.4oz / 295gTechnology: Spider Rubber, blended polyurethane/EVA unit in the heel cup,zinc technology that fights the growth of odor causing bacteria

- Mountain Hideaway

The Women's Omnium Shoe by Teva is ideal for hiking Ukonum Falls in Northern California or any other creek-based hike where you are splashing between water and rocks.

- Backcountry.com

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 4 reviews for other versions of the Omnium. Read all reviews »

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