Astral Tr1 Junction Water Shoe - Women's

Don't let a little water stop you.

If your hikes are typically amphibious in nature, and you refuse to get turned around by the random puddle or creek, consider tying on the Astral Tr1 Junction Water Shoe for women. Doubling as a great river shoe, the Junction refuses to let a little water dampen the mood and helps stave off stubbed toes during rowdy whitewater runs and shady stream crossings. Plus, Astral built the Tr1 using its proprietary sticky G Rubber, so you'll be able to rely on them when navigating wet, mossy rock in remote wilderness areas. But because they look so good, you'll probably want to wear 'em around town as well.

  • An amphibious hiker for trail and river
  • Great for aquatic hiking, canyons, and coastal crossings
  • Sticky G rubber sole navigates slick, wet surfaces
  • 5mm lugs yield plenty of traction for rugged terrain
  • Hydrophobic canvas sheds water and resists the funk
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Bomb Water & Trail Shoe

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I've been wearing these shoes religiously for the past 4 months either whitewater kayaking or hiking. They are stand out for all outdoor activities! And despite the daily abuse, the shoes are holding up really well!!
They dry quickly... they are super comfortable & have great arch support. I've used them while backpacking a loaded kayak into a creek & they provided all the ankle & arch support I needed for long days on the trail. They also have great traction on loose dirt, mud, and slippery rocks!
I would highly recommend this shoe to anyone looking for a trail or water shoe... or a do it all outdoor shoe!!

Perfect for everything wet and rocky.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 9.0

I worn these on a light canyoneering trip. It involved rock climbing, hot sand walking, and travelling through water. These were so perfect. I'm really happy I had them. Everyone else complained about their shoes, but me.

When we were in deep water, some silt did get inside, but it wasn't a lot and didn't stop me walking. They didn't weigh me down and dried very quickly. I don't feel like the river and streams I was in had particularly slippery rocks. So, I'll have to see what these are like in a bigger river, say for fishing. But, they worked a lot like climbing shoes and did grip on the rock on the descent. So, I feel confident they will be good on really slippery river rock.

I'm normally a size 9.0 in hiking and running shoes and these fit the same. So, I'd say they are true to size.