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Hit the trail in the Teva Sky Lake Mid eVent Hiking Shoes. Uppers made of durable nubuck leather and comfortable mesh offer an optimal blend of weather resistance and breathability. eVent membranes help keep your feet vented without letting in water when you trek through puddles, and Teva's proprietary Spider 365 rubber soles gain traction on multiple surfaces, even when wet.

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Comfortable as tennis shoes

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

I just find Tevas so comfortable, so I was initially drawn to these boots for two reasons, trusted brand and low profile look. I own 3 different styles of Teva shoes and sandals, all in size 8.5. Same brand, same size, right? Nope. Even with a basic, non-hiking sock, I found I needed to return them and get a 9. Also, the toe box seems not quite as wide as my other Tevas (and not as wide as a Keen boot I tried on), so it was a bit disappointing to find inconsistency within the brand. If you need a wide toe box, these probably won't work for you. But after settling on the size 9s, I find these rock as basic hiking boots. I don't do overnight hikes, don't carry a 30 lb pack, so I can't speak to how well they'd perform in that situation. For basic day hiking on paved, unpaved, beach, rocky or tree root trails, these boots are so lightweight, they just feel like an extension of my feet. Yet it's a good solid sole, so no worries of feeling those rocks or tree roots. They're literally like wearing tennis shoes, and have that same low profile look of tennis shoes (except for added height), not the look of a clunky, chunky boot; just what I was looking for. I can run up 20 steps in them, light and easy. Walking in them is almost a bit of an easy rolling motion. I'm late 50s but don't really have foot problems, so can't speak particularly to arch support; they work great for me. Other reviewers have talked about difficulty getting in and out of the boot, but I haven't found that at all. I loosen laces just at the top holes and I'm in and out with no problem. Then I tighten laces just at the top holes and I'm good to go. My hiking pants are khaki or gray, and the boots look great with both colors. And getting them on sale was just an added bonus.