Reddit reviews: The best men's outdoor sandals

We found 34 Reddit comments discussing the best men's outdoor sandals. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 31 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Men's Athletic & Outdoor Sandals & Slides:

u/matches05 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Yes! I love shoes! You can never go wrong with Under Armour. They are good quality, good-looking, and will last you a long while. Check out all the reviews, stellar!
Now, I don't know what you will use them for whether it's sports or casual, but shoes can be versatile. Here are some I really love!

  1. Casual
  1. Hello leather
  2. Have some color, also there are different colors in this style. I also really love the gray ones.
  3. These seem to be great for sports.
  4. Sporty casual if that's your jam.
  5. Here is one also in a variety of colors.

    Now, if I had to rank them (and ofc, this always depends what you will be using these shoes for) I would go with 5, 3, 2, 1, 6, 4... I think. I may have messed up the tabs. What do you think?

    Edit: oh, and if I had to pick something from my WL in that range it would be one of the two dark red lipsticks :) But you can also surprise me!
u/_Curious-Guy_ · 2 pointsr/bikewrench

> I wear Keen shoes, specifically because they fit wide feet better.

Yes sir! Me too! And they last for a while and don't hurt my feet at all from the shape. When they do finally break down, they break down good. But up until that point, they are a tank of a shoe. I actively bike/hike in the foothills of Colorado in those shoes, plus I literally wear it for everything else too. I have taken these shoes into some really bad environments and these shoes don't fail me. For someone with problematic feet, I can't find a better shoe on the market.

I will be going on my third pair of these in the fall: https://www.amazon.com/KEEN-Targhee-Hiking-Gargoyle-Midnight/dp/B005D4U04Y/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2CSA7YWPESHXM&keywords=keen+targhee+ii+mens&qid=1557687574&s=gateway&sprefix=keen+targhee%2Caps%2C211&sr=8-1

And the only reason I am replacing them is because the were burned by accident and don't look as nice, but not because they are failing. As long as Keen keeps making these shoes, I will never buy another pair.

If I can get the shape, style, construction, reliability in a SPD pedal, I would virtually never take the shoes off but to sleep.

Keen's sandal hasn't gotten good reviews at all, and they might have even discontinued them: https://www.amazon.com/KEEN-Commuter-Cycling-Sandal-Gargoyle/product-reviews/B00RLY8Z6Y/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_hist_1?pageNumber=1&filterByStar=one_star

And the Keen Newports look like a similar shape and style of the soul: https://www.amazon.com/Keen-Mens-Newport-Sandal-Black/dp/B0006FSKF6/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=Keen&qid=1557687868&s=gateway&sr=8-2

So I would probably just do the Newports in the Summer and the Targhee's the rest of the time, but I need to clip in at this point. What I need is for Keen to make the Newports in an SPD pedal, but I don't think they will do that just for me ;)

If it wasn't for knee problems and the need to clip in at this point, I would just keep using Keen shoes and find a good sandal and just keep riding on platform pedals which I like better anyway.

But it's all about the knees now :(

u/AquaeAtrae · 6 pointsr/Ultralight

I tour hot springs and combine neoprene booties with comfortable water / hiking sandals. I just switch to regular socks for dry conditions. I haven't tested them "long range" but they're well broken in from years of daily use and light hiking.

These are my favorites so far. A single snap closure to pop 'em on and off. Or skip the closure to just wear 'em like slippers for quick jaunts. The closed toe and covered heal are important given all the sharp rocks I encounter. Seems to offer good support and fit for me and my wide feet. YMMV


Now I'm just looking for good sandles with SPD clips for trail bikepacking with a Trek 1120 Mountain Bike. Unfortunately, the Exustar sandles I've tried aren't as convenient and comfortable as my Clorts. Not many good options for biking yet.

u/[deleted] · 4 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I'd be very interested if someone can recommend a truly BIFL pair of slippers. I am older than most Redditors (around 40) and have always had hard floors (oak and concrete) and I let it get down to 55-60F in the winter here. So the floor can get cold.

I've always used Acorn slippers from REI in the past. They were comfy and warm but they only lasted about 3 years. Now I'm actually using these and these Addidas shower/pool/home/light duty sandals in my house to protect the oak floors and they seem very solid and extremely comfy so far. But I'll have to wear wool socks with them and I don't know how long they will really last. But at $20 per pair, they are much more cost effective than most slippers.

So I'm wondering if there is a truly BIFL slipper.

u/trailrider · 1 pointr/AskMen

During the summers, I like the KEEN sandels. Pretty much all I wear. Winter, it's Merrell Moab's. When I mt. bike, I have found the Pearl Izumi's are pretty good. For work, Rockports are comfortable.

u/GrenobleLyon · 2 pointsr/france

Dédicace au Redditeur de /r/France sur Youtube qui m'a reconnu dans le Live de Techniques Spatiales ;)

& Technique Spatiales a fait la pub de Reddit en disant qu'il avait trouvé des infos sur /r/SpaceX (le radar altimètre sur les Falcon 9)

"Lancement & infos sur la Falcon 9 block 5 de SpaceX, en français" (les 2 missions : le satellite bengladeshi & la récupération du premier étage ont été des succès, a priori la coiffe n'était pas récupérée :)

Présentation en direct des évolutions de la Falcon 9

Google io & Microsoft Build

"If you compare and contrast Google I/O and Microsoft Build, one company is committing to privacy and ethics in AI, the other doesn’t consider it or show it even cares" Tom Warren sur twitter

Google Duplex (the Assistant AI calling thing). Except instead of calling people, it's for picking up suspected spam calls and seeing if they should get through or not.

Bonus: toggle for all calls.

La vraie innovation de rupture ça sera l'interfaçage de ieurs calendriers (Google Calendar, Outlook...) des personnes/invités/convives avec la plateforme de réservation dans un genre de nouveau Doodle / Framagenda sans passer par la voix :)

"You need to be crazy to continue to code your android applications in Java and not use Kotlin. Switch to Kotlin"


Nouveautés Google Home / Google Assistant

  • Google Duplex (expérimental) dans les semaines à venir

  • 6 nouvelles voix en anglais déjà dispo dont John Legend + tard cette année

  • "Suite conversation" bientôt

  • Actions multiples & Routines personnalisées déjà dispo

  • Pretty Please & visuels + tard


    Think about all the pictures you took with before The Cloud. Think about how many are:

  1. Lost forever

  2. In a box somewhere (basically lost forever)

  3. In an old media format (id)

  4. Actually easily accessible/organized.

    99% probably in the first 3. Google Photos makes 100% #4.

    On Refait le Mac sur Google io & les 20 ans du Mac

    Ils pensent que le magnétoscope de la nouvelle Freebox ressemblera à la barre de son JBL qui intègre Google Assistant (Free est en train de faire des tests de reconnaissance vocale & Orange aussi avec son assistant Djingo).

    Ils confirment aussi que l'iPhone XI aura 3 capteurs photo comme le Huawei P20 PRo (1 capteur 40 mégapixels, un capteur noir & blanc & 1 capteur zoom 4x)

    De Quoi Je Me Mail sur Google io & Microsoft Build


    Nouvelle préversion Windows 10, avec Sets enrichis (les onglets dans l'explorateur Windows & Office) et Explorateur sombre sans bordures


    Point de vue intéressant de Jerome Colombain sur france info concernant l'affaire #NaomiMusenga, qui aurait pu être évitée si :

u/Angryhippopotamus · 1 pointr/travel

I got a pair of Keen H2 Sandals for water things, they're a bit heavy but very solid and I walk around in them everywhere. If you hunt about a bit you can probably find them cheaper. http://www.amazon.com/Keen-Newport-Sandal-Black-Lichen/dp/B003NYQ0XQ/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1341689515&sr=8-5&keywords=keen+shoes

For every day all purpose, I really recommend the Salomon trail running shoes. Very comfortable, very durable, and no laces. I'm a big fan. http://www.amazon.com/Salomon-XA-Pro-3D-Ultra/dp/B0054TJOUE/ref=sr_1_2?s=shoes&ie=UTF8&qid=1341689609&sr=1-2&keywords=XA+3d+ultra

u/jsonsee · 1 pointr/Kayaking

I bought these last night. Haven't had them on the boat yet, but I took them out in the rain last night and waded in the neighborhood pond. They seemed to work pretty well and have nice grip and drainage. On sale at cabelas for $59.99

adidas cc water shoe

u/PartlyDave · 2 pointsr/bonnaroo

I got [these] (http://www.amazon.com/Teva-Mens-Tanza-Sandal-Black/dp/B002KKCVT6/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1396943345&sr=8-9&keywords=teva+sandals) a few days before the festival last year and they required pretty much zero break in and they were so comfortable the whole time. They're easy to put on and take off and your feet stay cool. You can get them wet and they dry quickly. Can't recommend them enough.

u/Kakuz · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice


I just got some Tevas myself, and I'm liking them. Nice alternative to Birks imo.

I wish I had seen this thread earlier, I'd tried submiting something.

u/Saganaki · 1 pointr/backpacking

Keen Newport H2 best sandal you can buy. 5000 reviews on amazon with a 4.5 rating.

Keen Men's Newport H2 Sandal,Black,13 M US https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000K26AL6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_4n1bzbKW7A2J8

u/stonewalled87 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Congrats! Where are you going to school?
I would recommend this for transporting your stuff back & forth to the shower dorms and some shower shoes because if your dorms are anything like mine were they are nasty.
Would you like a falafel with that?

u/IceCreamforLunch · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

If you're not stuck on leather, I have had these for about fifteen years. That's fifteen years of wearing them down to the water and walking around in the lake to put boats in or into the woods to take the dog out, etc.


Super comfortable and they still look almost new.

u/lobster159 · 1 pointr/CampingGear

I would go for a Chaco Amazon knockoff.

Something like this has served me well.

ATIKA AT-M111-CUB_Men 12 D(M) Men's Sport Sandals Maya Trail Outdoor Water Shoes M111 (True to Size) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07219CD6X/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_BopVCb4TJ695A

u/derekkered37 · 1 pointr/funny

That's how I think, I was just browsing sandals but my all time favorite slides are these ones

u/Cvbc623 · 3 pointsr/climbing

Found them! The Europeans wear them with socks and capris for extra comfort.


u/jamz_fm · 2 pointsr/camping

I rock some Teva Toachi 2s because we camp on the river a lot and I like an open toe. Very comfy and durable.

u/refugefirstmate · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

Better footwear.

I have chronic pain. I just finished a 5-week trip around the world. Started in Beijing with two days in the Forbidden City in a really nice, comfortable pair of sneakers. By the end of the first day my legs felt like they ended in bloody stumps rather than feet. No blisters, just...agony. I could barely make it down the hall to my hotel room.

Switched to my Keen sandals, which are constructed so that when you're standing still the heel portion is juuust slightly off the ground, and your weight is mostly on the ball of your foot. Even with the previous day's damage, I walked 5 miles that day.

And continued on the rest of my trip with miles of walking each day and no pain. Got one blister when it rained like crazy and got my feet wet - hydrophilic bandage on that and went on my way, it was fully healed in 3 days.

Here's the men's version of my sandals. Get overnight or 2-day delivery to your hotel or use an Amazon lockbox and you're good to go.