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Teva Women's Hurricane Xlt2 W's Ankle Strap Sandals, 12 UK

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Registration only takes effect after receipt of my confirmation; it is possible to unsubscribe at any time. With water-friendly features like quick-drying webbing and closed cell foam, it seems an obvious choice for watersports enthusiasts. The Hurricane XLT 2 sandals are a great choice for light hiking, strutting around town, playing in rivers and lakes, or pretty much any post-hike activity. And while it may be most comfortable at cruising speeds, it won't back down from a challenge either. During our time in the Grand Mesa, I racked up miles while cruising hiking trails to find a specific spot to use my fly rod, used the Hurricane XLT 2 as my primary shoes for packrafting — a real tricky sport for most footwear — and they served as my “I have to pee and it’s the middle of the night and I don’t want to put on real shoes!

This has nearly caused a couple of falls, so I’m lucky my second occupation is ninja, or I may have been caught off balance and taken a dive — and not the off-the-boat-into-the-lake kind of dive! It surprised me because the same insoles deal with water quite well, but for some reason the sweat seems to be completely different. The heel strap even adds some extra padding to make sure blisters don’t pop up, a clutch feature when water is involved. Bridging the gap between stylish and functional, the Hurricane has a semi-sporty tread that is by no means aggressive but can maintain a respectable grip on loose or moderately-technical trails.

If, though, you're willing to spend a bit more, the Bedrock Cairn Adventure provides higher performance with a lower profile that transitions from trail to town more convincingly. Overall we like the standard Teva Hurricane XLT 2 model the best, or the Cross Strap if you need that support.

The water-ready polyester webbing of the Hurricane XLT 2 stands up to the elements and dries quickly after getting wet, making these the perfect summer shoes for kids who are always in and out of the water and like to scrabble over slippery rocks. While it doesn't shine in any particular area, the Hurricane XLT 2 is a very steady and reliable performer. A one year warranty is fairly standard for shoes, and even a luxury for sandals, so we are happy with this. My favorite thing about these sandals has been their ability to perform when wet, and then dry out quickly.

The classic Teva design utilizes three adjustable straps that run behind the heel and twice over the top of the foot for a secure, intuitive fit. It was an average performer on wet terrain tests, which came as a surprise considering that it was designed to excel in watersports. But, in my humble opinion, the Teva Hurricane XLT 2 should get universal love for the delightfully soft and supportive straps they use to keep your feet secure. The Teva Hurricane XLT 2 sandals won’t break the bank, will perform in almost every scenario, and do their best to distance you from that AARP card.

If you're looking for a classic sandal that can easily manage wet and dry terrain at a minimal cost, look no further than the Hurricane XLT 2. The outsole features decently deep treads set in firm rubber, though it's not quite as sticky as we've seen on others—possibly because it is made from non-marking rubber (bonus if you plan to get nautical). The Hurricane is overall a stable and comfortable shoe for moderate trail use but lacks the precision tune necessary for more intense hiking or trail running. Teva also offers the Hurricane XLT 2 Cross Strap, which has the connector strap going across the foot, rather than to the side.Not only is it stylish, but it performed well across the board and won't cut into your summer budget like some of the high-end models.

This is a personal preference, and we found the cross strap provided a bit more support during upward movement. The straps and webbing are built solidly and I’ve found them to be comfortable, the heel especially. In warmer temps it seemed that sweat was a bit of an issue with the insole and my foot would slide around a bit, thus docking a point.I did find that there were a few bothersome pressure points, most notably on the forefoot near the pinky. I’ve docked it one point due to a bit of the insole melting onto my foot on the warmest day I wore them. This sandal is the newest update to the long-standing Hurricane XLT model, and we like the added traction and strap comfort.

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