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Canyon crusher.

Designed to perform in the wet and often times vertical world of canyoneering, the Adidas Men's Hydro Pro Water Shoe lends an ideal combination of shock absorption, water specific performance, and sticky rubber traction. The inner neoprene bootie keeps feet warm in chilly canyon creeks and the Traxion rubber outsole securely sticks to wet canyon walls and slick red rock.

  • Stretchy uppers cover the laces for snag-free performance
  • TPU upper shell is supportive and highly abrasion-resistant
  • Neoprene inner boot keeps feet warm and comfortable in cold, wet conditions
  • Speed lace system is secure and won't come untied
  • AdiPrene insert in the midsole absorbs shock and reduces impact on feet for greater comfort
  • Sticky Traxion Rubber outsole gives you a secure grip on wet and dry surfaces

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4 5

Looking forward to the Hydro Lace

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6' 3"
    Weight: 190 lbs

I have used these week in week out in the canyons in British Colombia, and they provide ad great alternative to the 5.10 canyoneer. The grip and comparable, along with the weight. The rubberized outer shell provides great protection for the neoprene as well. The one downfall with these Shoes as Chase mentioned is the zipper doesn't last well and the Velcro ankle strap does not hold a tight seal.

That said with the very occasional stop to get a stone out of my shoe these have worked great.

I hope the new Hydro Lace fixes these issues, I look forward to trying them.

Looking forward to the Hydro Lace
2 5

Canyon Crusher? No, Foot Crusher

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 5' 9"
    Weight: 140 lbs

I bought a used pair of these (the red ones) for a dayhike through the Subway in Zion. Good thing they were only $30. Yuck. First thing I noticed was that they had tons of room inside the shoe so no matter how thick or thin my neoprene socks were (I tried .5, 1, and 2 mil), my toes got hammered because my foot would just punch straight for the end of the shoe. The lacing system is good but I'd like it to crisscross my arch many more times to enable a better fit and prevent the toe hammering. The zippered part covering the laces was a good idea except for one thing, it becomes a big pocket on the top of my foot for mud, sand, rocks, pollywogs, you nameit. Ieuww. OK and lastly (this could be because my pair was a little old... althought they looked pretty new), the rubber on the sole is just not terribly sticky compared to the 5.10s. I tested it on all surfaces and the rubber only stuck to a perfectly clean wet rock with no slime; it was aweful on everythig else, especially the wet tree trunk were I completely endo-ed onto my tailbone... whearas I remember the 5.10s sticking to everything including green slime and wet tree trunks and feeling like the canyon version of spiderman. Maybe the newer model is better? I sure hope so.

4 5

5.10 Alternative

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

I happily bought these as an alternative to the 5.10 canyoneers. The fit is good and the shoe itself seems solid enough. The neoprene bootie is nice but I'm worried the drawcord laces and zip up shell will get clogged with sand. I've only had them through one canyon and I was not impressed with the traction. The outsole fills up with sand much more so than the canyoneers. The shoe is also a little more boxy which makes edging/smearing more difficult. I'll keep testing them out but I think the canyoneers still reign supreme.

---Update, after a couple more uses these have really grown on me. I think the rubber needed to break in a little bit. Fit is still good and they have been quite durable.