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It's too bad your phone was in your pocket. Looks like the joke is on you, after all.

Your buddy thought it would be a good laugh to push you off the edge of the dock. Well, joke's on him because the Adidas Boat CC Lace Water Shoes are built for the water. Their quick-drying design lets you soak these summer kicks without worry.

  • Traxion rubber soles provide excellent grip even on wet, slippery surfaces
  • ClimaCool uppers are breathable and wick moisture to help your feet dry quickly
  • Insole drainage lets water out of your shoes so you don't have to slog around with swamp-feet

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One-of-a-kind water shoe

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:Runs small
  • Height: 6'0"
    Weight: 175 lbs
    Size Purchased: 11

These are the perfect antidote to Lake Tahoe's rocky shoreline. They also perform beautifully when fishing Sierra streams when waders are too much of a hassle. They run a bit on the small size, but a snug fit when walking on river stones is a must, so in regards to their intended use, I'd say they're true to size. Great fit, dry quick, drain water great, and provide plenty of traction. The perfect water shoe foe the Sierras!



  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

Went white water rafting on the Arkansas River in Buena Vista, CO. These were comfortable, breathable, and lightweight.



  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 6'6"
    Weight: 165 lbs
    Size Purchased: 13

Slick looking shoe. I have used this for fishing. kayaking, and some rainy day runs. Wouldn't suggest running in these unless you are comfortable running barefoot.


Has anyone used this shoe while on a boat? It has black outer soles which is surprising. Any concerns?

Should be fine on a boat. I have a sit on top kayak, and I can stand up in it without slipping with these shoes.


Very Versatile Shoe

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I've always looked for the perfect water shoe for many years fishing creeks, rivers, and kayaking. Almost every pair I've owned let little pebbles and rocks into the shoe hindering the creeking adventure. I'd have to constantly stop and take off the others and dump out the rocks. Once I saw these I had to give them a try. Used them over a dozen times and haven't once had to stop and take them off to get rid off any rocks. They dry so quick you can go straight from the river to the local watering hole and nobody would know you tramped 5 miles downstream in them. Great product glad I finally stumbled upon an awesome and versatile water shoe.


Interesting shoe

  • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it
  • Fit:True to size

Really light, comfortable, and a bit flashy... But, the sole has holes for the water drainage, because it is a water shoe, but no foot support. I have high arches and need a little support there. Good for use in water, but not good for daily wearing.


Great water shoes - less flexible than some alternatives

    Used this for kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and rafting. They're great for that and they drain really quickly as you get out of water. I think they're less flexible for all round camp/trail use though that other alternatives such as Keens. Reason being the holes in the sole.



      Wore these deep sea fishing in Florida to rocking the hot summer in Utah. They are really breathable and drain fast. They offer gear support and protection. They run true to size. My only problem is that the mesh footbed can feel awkward and rubs. If your looking for a great pair of water shoes, you can't go wrong with these. They look snazzy tool!

      Considering buying these shoes... Everything...

      Considering buying these shoes... Everything I have read makes them sound great for being in/around water, but how comfortable are they as just a casual, bumming-around-town kind of shoe? Also thinking about wearing them as a trail/approach shoe for rock climbing since they are lightweight and breathe well. Anybody have any insight?

      I bought a pair and thought they were great for rafting and stand-up paddle boarding. They're ok for wearing around, but I'd recommend against them for trail/approach shoes. The first reason is there are holes in the sole itself and I suspect they'll just fill up with dirt and grit. Second, I'd be uneasy using them for light climbing/scrambling that you might need to handle on approach - haven't tried them for this though, just a person opinion.



        Bought these for myself in women's and bought my husband these ones since mine were so great. We both love them, great for in and out of water and light hiking, our go to shoes for the summer when we'll be in and out of water.

        does this water sneaker come in an extra...

        does this water sneaker come in an extra wide width ?

        Standard width and I thought they perhaps ran a little bit small for size.

        Wth this shoe and bing used in a

        Wth this shoe and bing used in a do you keep the laces tied?

        What about the socks ? Because if you wet...

        What about the socks ? Because if you wet the shoes and they get dry quickly the socks will stay wet... bollocks !! can you wear the shoes without socks and be sure not to have a blister ?

        Best Answer

        Most people do not wear socks with any type of water shoe like this one.