Mens Gannett WP

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$95.00
Model: 1003026
If the words crampon, precipice, and bivouac aren’t in your hiking vocabulary, you probably don’t need a full-blown trekking boot. For Saturday morning trails and occasional Fridays at the office, Gannet is the word. It’s a men’s waterproof trail shoe that’s casual, light and comfortable – but amply built for off-road performance: With our T.I.D.E. Seal waterproof membrane for dry toes, ShocPad absorption for happy heels, and aggressively lugged Spider365 rubber sole for steady stepping.

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Spider 365™

Spider 365™

One rubber, huge range of uses. Spider365 Rubber is the spork of our rubber arsenal.

T.I.D.E Seal™

T.I.D.E Seal™

The best way to make sure your feet dry quickly? Make sure they don’t get wet in the first place. T.I.D.E Seal membranes will seal out the water (get it?) and keep you high and dry.

Shoc Pad™

Shoc Pad™

You wouldn't ride a bike without a seat. The same logic applies for our Shoc Pad™ technology, which will give you a smooth ride without inhibiting your performance.

  • Our Spider365 Rubber sole will hold its grip in all kinds of environments.
  • An aggressive lug design for grip on loose terrain.
  • Our T.I.D.E. Seal waterproof membrane will keep your feet dry as you trek through water.
  • Suede and mesh upper.
  • A soft Shoc Pad™ in the heel gives you serious shock absorption.

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        5.0

        Great all around shoe

        By Dick

        from Bermuda Dunes, CA

        Pros

        • Comfort

        Cons

        • none

        Best Uses

        • Hiking Loose Terrain

        I also use this shoe for golf as it is more comfortable than my golf shoes, although not as good looking.

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        5.0

        Tevas Fit my Narrow Feet

        By Teva11

        from Phila. Pa

        Pros

        • Fit
        • Waterproof

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Winter Casual Shoe

          I have narrow feet and a half size difference between my two feet. My shoe sizes range from a 10 in dress shoes to an 11 1/2 in sneakers depending on the brand. I've been wearing Teva sandals for years and usually can't wait for the warm weather as the size 11 in those has always been the best fitting shoe I own. For whatever reason I never bought Teva winter shoes until recently. I don't know why I waited so long. The 11 is once again a great fit! If you have any similar porblem finding the right shoe, give these a try.

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          5.0

          sturdy, comfortable and good looking!!!!

          By Hiker Neal

          from Olympia, WA.

          Pros

          • Great for walking

          Cons

          • none

          Best Uses

          • Great for Hiking
          • Great for work

          i walk to work daily (4 miles round trip)....these shoes are great for the uneven surfaces of sidewalks, streets, etc.....also hiking and running go much smoother in these shoes....and, of course, they are a beautiful color....no drawbacks that i have experienced and not just these shoes either....i have been buying shoes from teva now for 4 or 5 years and i have never been disappointed with any of teva's products...i will continue to buy from teva....keep up the good work!!!!

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            What width is it?
            Asked on 1/30/2014 by Ron from United States

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              All of our men's product comes in a standard D width.

              Answered on 2/2/2014 by Teva Product Specialist
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            How much does it weigh?
            Asked on 1/28/2014 by Berko

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              This style weighs about 2 lbs per pair.

              Answered on 1/28/2014 by Teva Product Specialist
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            Do they run true to size?
            Asked on 10/10/2013 by Beanso from 8723

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              Yes, this style runs true to size.

              Answered on 10/10/2013 by Teva Product Specialist
          • Q:

            Do you still have the mens Verdon hiking shoe? Also Bought a pair of sandals that had a shock pad that hurt my heels due to the raised lettering. Exchanged them for Hurricanes and now have a $30 credit which I want to apply to a low cut hiking shoe that isn,t real expensive. Is the shock pad on the hiking shoes like shock pad on the sandals? What do you recommend for a casual hiking shoe for woods and fields?
            Asked on 8/5/2013 by Blake from Michigan

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              The Verdon is a style we no longer carry. Because the shoes have an internal shock pad instead of the external, you will not have a problem with them hurting your feet like you did with your sandals. It sounds like the Riva Mesh will offer the comfort and protection you would need for light hiking. They have a rugged Vibram outsole, mush infused insole for comfort, and are low cut. These will also are not too expensive.

              Answered on 8/6/2013 by Teva Product Specialist
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