Mens Kimtah Slip-On Leather

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$110.00
Model: 1004248
It’s a trifecta for guys: a trail shoe that looks great, feels great, and can be worn just about anywhere – including the office. Our Kimtah Slip-on hiking shoe is built on the same chassis as our Kimtah hiking boot, so you can hoof it on light trails or long treks across town in cool comfort. It features a waterproof leather upper, elasticized double gores for flex and support, and our Mush Infused Insole for incredible cushioning.

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Spider 365™

Spider 365™

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

Mush® Infused Insole

Mush® Infused Insole

Now we're not necessarily splicing Mush® genes back in the T.I.D.E Lab to build a hybrid mutant insole, but we do have an insole that’s worthy of the Mush name.

  • Our Spider365 Rubber sole will hold its grip in all kinds of environments.
  • Waterproof upper materials can handle getting wet.
  • Leather Upper.
  • A Mush® Infused Insole brings the absurd comfort of a flip flop into a shoe.

Weight: 13.8oz

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        5.0

        Kimtah Slip On

        By Greg

        from Redding, CA

        Pros

        • Great look and feel

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Everyday wear

          This is a great looking shoe that feels great and one that will only get better with time. The foot bed forms to your feet. I have Teva shoes from a few years back, still wear them and love them. Looking at the Kimtah boots to buy now.

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          5.0

          Butter... simply butter

          By ITM Whistle Boy

          from El Dorado Hills, CA

          Pros

          • Comfort
          • No-touchie The Ankle
          • Support

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            Best Uses

            • You name it

            I'm a grouchy old man who broke his ankle a couple of years ago, and only write reviews for things I like. These shoes have (so far) been undisputedly the best at allowing me 1) to climb the wall and hill in my back yard to pick up dog poop, 2) to traverse the 30% grade to my mailbox a quarter mile away, and 3) to do "quad" exercises so I can (someday) resume XC skiing. The Teva Toachi II's had been the only other contender allowing some flexibility for these activities, but these Kimtah slip-ons are (at this writing) THE end-all-be-all. I absolutely love them. They're like wearing butter. There's nothing touching my ankle (so no constant implicit pain as with boots), I can make left turns without looking like I've incurred a groin muscle injury, and the Mush insole makes forget I'm wearing shoes altogether. Did I mention, I love them?

            Now for some sizing advice: My shoe size is 10.5 US, and I'm wearing that size Kimtahs. I wear DryMax ¼ crew "Lite Trail Running" socks (slightly thicker than some folks might wear), and initially found the Kimtahs almost impossible to put on even with a stiff shoe horn. I kept at it, though, and once they were on I found them tight, but otherwise extremely comfortable. There was a minor "hot spot" on my right heel. The second day, I put them on with substantially less effort, and the hot spot was barely noticeable. The third day, although I still used the stiff shoe horn, they went on considerably easier, and the hot spot was gone. (Here's the advice part…) Even if other reviews (here, or at the giant book seller site) suggest you buy these a half-size bigger, stick by yer guns and get the correct size. Give 'em three days and see if they're not among the best, most comfortable shoes you've ever worn.

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            5.0

            Comfortable

            By Flip

            from Tempe, AZ

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                  Comfortable and easy to wear.

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