Chaco Outcross Lace Water Shoes
Chaco Outcross lace water shoes
The Chaco Outcross Lace shoes were provided by Chaco for review purposes.
The Outcross Lace shoe is part of Chaco’s water collection. The Outcross Lace shoe is available in Chocolate Brown, Gunmetal, and Steel in sizes ranging from 7 to 12 in half sizes, and 13 to 15 in whole sizes.
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Sperry Top-Sider Shock Light 2
Shock Light 2 side view
With the growing popularity of water sports, and kayaking, and Stand Up Paddle Boarding in particularly, finding a shoe designed for such activities is paramount. The Sperry Top-Sider Shock Light 2 features quick drying materials and a sole designed to improve traction on both wet and dry surfaces. These features along with very light weight construction should make the Shock Light 2 a good choice for me in my kayaking pursuits but testing will tell the tale. It also seems like a good shoe for everyday wear. Click here to read my introduction and initial thoughts on this shoe.
I don’t have a lot to add but, now that the Wolverine Creek Bad shoes have a few more months of wear I can safely say that they are the best shoe I have ever used for my activities that involve lots of water. This has included more hikes to the holler and subsequent wading around in the creek as well as several more kayaking trips. To read the rest of the update along with the entire review please click here.
Wearing the Wolverine Creek Bed shoes while kayaking
I have now worn the Wolverine Creek Bed shoes on numerous occasions on varying types of terrain. They have worked really great in all situations so far. I have continued to wear them on my exercise hikes to the holler. I also wore them while backpacking and on a kayaking trip. To read the rest of the update along with the entire review please click here.