I like Teva sandals, too, and hiked the last 25 miles of the Pt. Huitzil/Royal Arch loop in them, due to toe issues with my Lowa boots. I have bought a new pair of Vasque boots since then, and they fit better. I have tried on only one pair of shoes that seemed to fit me--they were Salomons. I may buy them eventually, if they still run narrow. I have bought NUMEROUS pairs labeled narrow and sent them back. Tevas are great, because the straps adjust.
Recently bought a pair of Chaco sandals. I agree with Teva Joe, it's like walking with a brick on your foot. They look kind of cute on my feet, so I wear them around town. When it isn't snowing, that is. I will take them on next year's river trip, also. They do break in a little bit after you wear them awhile, but not much. They have a huge lump in the middle. Oh, I know, it's supposed to be for arch support, but not everyone needs that much arch support.
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