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Protect your feet from rough terrain.

When exploring waterfalls, the last thing you want to worry about is stepping on any pointy shrubbery, so toss on the Teva Men’s Churn Shoe. This quick-drying, breathable shoe is just what you need on hot summer days when you’re cliff-diving, jumping in and out of your raft, or simply floating down the river.
  • Spider Original rubber grips slippery terrain so you’re not sliding all over the place
  • A thin nylon shank keeps your foot stable and in control on sketchy terrain
  • Mesh materials and drainage channels allow water to escape and dry quickly
  • A heel Shoc Pad gives you shock absorption
  • A fold down Shoc Pad makes it easy to slip into the Churn’s when in camp
  • Molded EVA foam midsole for durability and comfort

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How is the arch support in these? i have...

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How is the arch support in these? i have a high arch and need good arch support. my new salomon techamphibians are pretty flat and don't cut it...

3 5

Good Looking..

These shoes made very well and the look good too. Maybe it was my foot, but they were not as comfortable as I wanted, especially when I tried them on barefoot. I see why people would like these, but im not a huge fan personally.

5 5

Great product

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Have only worn shoe a couple of times so far. Feels great. Will use it mostly for fishing here in the west. The main reason for selecting this product is that it should keep the small stones from colecting in the shoe when walking in water. The only issue, and if you know about it it is not an issue, I had to go 2 sizes larger than normal. Even without socks it is not to large.

4 5

Nice alternative

I'm really liking mine as daily kicks, a stylish alternative to Keens. They run just a little small, it seems, but a half-size bigger would be too big for me. Looking forward to trying them as camp shoes!

5 5

Awesome shoe for hiking in wet condition

Was able to pull the shoe out of the box and hike in really wet conditions with out issue. Very comfortable and drains water great. Sure is something to add to the collection of gear.

5 5

Extreme Comfort

These things are comfortable right out of the box! The pull chord lace is not elastic, which seems a bit strange, but it cinches down to your foot just fine for a comfortable fit. The materials are extremely lightweight and breathable. On a windy day you can feel it in your feet as if nothing were there. I generally wear a size 10 in everything, but went to a size 10.5 on these based on other reviews. They fit well, but i think i could have gotten away with wearing the size 10. They dont hold water at all, the material dries quicky, and the soft eva padding on the back is amazing to fold down the back of the shoe and wear as a slip on right out of your tent. Trip to havasupai, i wore these as a hiking shoe for the 10 mile hike in, all week as a water shoe, and hiked 10 miles out with them. Comfort support, no blisters, etc. I like!

What is the width like on these shoes? ...

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What is the width like on these shoes? For hiking, I wear the Treksta GTX, as they are naturally wider. For road running shoes, I wear the New Balance Minimus in a 2E width, so not the extra wide, but not standard.

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I have a wider foot and they didn't fit my feet well towards the front

5 5

Churn's for Running

I was headed to the White Mts for a 30+ mile run and wound up in North Conway without my running shoes!
I was lucky to find a shoe outlet open on a Sunday morning and after a trying on a few pairs of lightweight shoes I decided to give the Churns a go. Unbelievable! I ran 32 dry, hilly miles on the road and my feet were totally free of blisters or hot spots, the rest of me was toast!

4 5

Awesome water shoes

I hate most water shoes, as they either are sandal style, and let rocks, dirt, and pretty much everything else in the river collect right beneath your feet, or are otherwise uncomfortable. These are neither. They're quick draining, and quick drying, and are suprisingly comfortable when I wear them without socks.

My only complaints is that for me they ran large, I usually wear a 12, and I had to return them for 11's, and they can be a little difficult to pull on and off.

3 5

To small

Order next larger side. Felt a little cramped in the toes. I returned for a larger size.

2 5

Comfortable and quick-drying but NOT a good wading shoe

I bought these water shoes to wet wade while fly fishing. They have the same "Spider Rubber" as Teva's collaborative effort with Orvis. They do grip fairly well and will be much greener than felt soles. I chose this low-top version instead of the Orvis wet wading shoe because I liked the easy, pull cord lace system and the heel that converts to a clog for wear around the campsite. However, these low-top shoes attract pebbles inside like steel to a magnet. I spent the whole weekend draining the pebbles out of my shoes. The pull-cord laces are not elastic (unlike the Merrill options), so they DO NOT come on and off easily. The shoes also ran a full size small for me (I usually wear a 10 and sent back two pairs before settling on a pair of 11s).
"Bottom Line:" Nobody marketed these shoes as fly fishing, wet wading shoes ~ perhaps because they aren't. However, they miss the mark completely as wading shoes, IMHO, because gravel, sand, rocks, and everything else will collect inside the shoe.

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no offense but that's like complaining about a hiking boot not being a good trail running shoe.

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i am looking at a wet wading "shoe" for fly fishing as well. something for trout streams and surf when boots are overkill. trout bum, let me know if you find a good brand.

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you need wet wading socks. http://www.simmsfishing.com/site/wet_wading_socks.html

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timdonaldson, check out some keep keen sandal/shoe hybrids

how much does it weigh?

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how much does it weigh?

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20.8 oz or 590 grams (size 9)

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5 5

Great shoes

I picked these up after I got nothing but blisters from the Chacos I tried first. Huge improvement. They're comfortable with and without socks. I prefer wearing them with socks if I don't foresee wet conditions though, because they can get pretty stinky.

After getting wet, they drain within seconds and dry completely within an hour or two. They're surprisingly comfortable when wet, though I got a little tired of walking in wet shoes after they got wet, dried, and then got wet again in the same day. But I like the full coverage and the grippy tread.

I also really like the aesthetics of these shoes--so much better than any of the other water shoes on the market.

Highly recommended.