Teva Tirra, for wet or dry conditions all over the world.
- Shoc Pad provides increased shock absorption in the heel and disperses impact throughout the footbed
- Neoprene foam and stretch mesh are comfortable and quick drying for rafting trips and river crossings
- Multiple adjustment points for secure and ideal fit
- Non-marking Spider rubber outsole provides exquisite grip in wet environments
- Nylon shank provides stability and protection as you walk over sharp rocks and sticks
- Microban antimicrobial technology uses the natural antibacterial properties of zinc to prevent stinky bacteria and fungus growth
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- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I have feet that are on the narrow side and I should have sized down to a 9 from a 9.5. Otherwise, these would have worked well. If you have narrow feet or even somewhat narrow, size down a 1/2 size. Otherwise, your feet may be swimming in them.
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
These sandals were a good price and feel secure on my feet. They have good support and I love the black color. It goes with anything! I wouldn't wear them hiking but for shopping or work, they're great :)
I really loved the look of these, and at first they were really comfortable, but after I wore them for about a month, my feet hurt so bad I could barely walk. I have high arches and there was adequate arch support, but there was also cushioning on the outside edge that pushed my foot up and in. I ended up having to return.
I have an old old pair of Tevas I love, but it has a very high arch that I need. Do these have a high arch? If so this is my shoe. My old ones were a #6673 and this is what came up when I put that # in.
Thanks much, Georg Ann
This sandal was very comfortable, and definitely very versatile because it's a technical sandal that doesn't look like a tank. However, I have noticed that Tevas tend to run large, and this is no exception. I usually wear a 9, but since I knew these run large I bought an 8.5 -- should have gone to an 8. So to be on the safe side you can go a half-size larger, but if you tend to run kind of between sizes, go down a full size from your larger size Does that make sense?
I absolutely love these sandals. Love the adjustability, comfort, and style. This is my third pair of Tevas and am sure I'll eventually buy more.
I've been a KEEN's fan, but this time I decided to give it a try to Teva, as I've read so many good reviews. I am glad I did! Super soft, keep your feet fresh preventing to get smelly. They also wash and dry easily. I found them to be true to size.
Great support and stylish.
I bought these for a whitewater kayak trip in Europe. At home, sandal season is very short and I haven't had a pair for a few years.
These sandals worked great, I wore them the whole trip and have been wearing them since I returned home as well, very comfortable. I have very narrow feet, the velcro engagement on the forefoot is only about 25% but the straps never came off in the water. I probably won't get as much life out of these sandals as people with normal feet. The foot bed is soft and comfortable and the straps dry moderately fast.
I find the Tirras more comfortable and better fitting than my previous sandals (Chacos, which couldn't be adjusted narrow enough). I would recommend the Tirras and would buy them again. I found them true to size. They make my feet feel secure in the water, on the trail, and around town. A very multipurpose shoe. They also held up well in the salt water and didn't develop the saltwater stink.
Fully adjustable straps make these sandals work any day of the year. I wear them with wool socks in the winter, and bare feet in warmer temps. The sole curves with the shape of my foot, and is supportive without being bulky. Whether walking or running, this shoe protects my foot while being completely open (no boxing or cramping.) Plus, they look fabulous. I want a pair in every color!
I researched a bit before I bought these, and Backcountry had the lowest price and best deal. I wasn't sure what size to get, as I had tried some on at a shoe store. So I bought my normal shoe size (not my running shoe size), and when I got them, I was so pleased. They actually move with my feet, instead of my feet having to pick up a flip flop every time I take a step. I wore them in the wilderness around camp for almost 2 weeks, and they stayed clean and protected my feet. The soles have a lot of cushion between my feet and the rocks and sticks on the ground, and my feet were safely secured by the straps so they wouldn't move forward and get stubbed. They're awesome for the summer (and fall/spring), don't smell (because they don't soak up any nastiness), and wash and dry easily (I just wore them in the water). Comfortable, less expensive than Chaco's, and for those wondering how the shoes look, as a college student I haven't gotten any weird looks, and will wear them all around campus this fall haha. I bought the green ones, and the color is cool but not too bright so that I can wear them out with a nice outfit, too. Love them, as the 5-stars show. Best shoe-purchase I've made in a while. :)
is it good for multi-sports use?
Why would anyone use an open toe, heel, sandal for multi sports? I would seriously be concerned about debrie cutting my feet.
I use these as approach shoes for rock climbing and love them! They are definitely rugged enough to handle the trail and scrambling around on rocks at the base of the crag all day.
Love the style and colors but, alas, I have VERY narrow feet and these sandals, though adjustable, are not narrow enough. Not a slam against TEVA but a commentary on shoe manufacturer's in general: you've forsaken us who have narrow feet. Overall, I'd prefer a narrower foot bed, and slightly wider straps around toe area for more secure feeling.
I have a narrow foot and the sandal's work great.
They also help plantar's fasciitis, I can wear them all day long, and my heal will not hurt. They have good arch support. I'm glad a friend told me about them.
Great comfy sandal and runs true to size. I wear a size 81/2 -9 and the 9's were too long so exchanged them for 81/2. I like the 2 adjustment straps over foot. The ankle strap could be longer though. Other than that I love my cute Macaw green Tirra's!
I had a similar pair that Teva discontinued, so I was so glad to see these. Love 'em. The thinner straps are much mroe comfortable than the typical Teva style. I just wish that the ankle strap were about an inch longer.