Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Treksta Kisatchie II Amphibious Shoe Review

This summer I've had the pleasure of trying out the TrekSta Kisatchie II.  These are great amphibious shoes.  I've worn them just bumming around with the kids, to parks, on hikes, and to the beach.

Some of the features include:
  • NestFIT system - upper, insole, midsole, and outsole mold perfectly to the unique contours of your foot, providing a custom fit unlike any other.
  • HyperGrip sole provides sure footing for amphibious expeditions.
  • Lightweight EVA midsole for cushion and flexibility.
  • Rubber toe cap protects against wear and abrasion.
  • Perforated EVA insole drains and dries quickly.
  • Boa Lacing system locks the foot securely in place.
The shoe has a comfortable fit, cradling the foot and providing good arch support, and the Boa lacing system provides a snug fit.  I had some initial discomfort on my heels, but wore the shoes with socks and then washed them in the washing machine.  This softened them up so that I was able to wear them without socks.  The rubber toe cap protects from bumps and jabs, and the lightweight sole provides great traction even on wet slick surfaces.  After soaking them in the lake, the shoes drained and dried quickly (the hot sand did not drain as quickly:)).  Shoes run true to size.  Comfortable and tough, the TrekSta Kisatchie II is a great multi-purpose amphibious shoe for summer adventures!

For a review of the Men's TrekSta Kisatchie II, head over to Midwest Multisport Life to see what Kovas thought...

(Disclaimer: I was sent this product for free to review on my blog - courtesy of Treksta USA. I did not pay for the item, receive payment for this review, or agree to give a positive review. Aside from information gleaned from the company website, the opinions are my own.)


  1. For the women, I think they got the cute/tough look just right!

  2. They look sort of Star Trekkian to me... which is sort of a play on their name... Treksta... in reverse :P

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