Columbia Drainmaker III Water Shoe - Women's

Go ahead and get them wet.

You're always trying to hop over rivers, step around puddles, and generally keep your feet out of the water when you're out and about. Next time, take the opposite approach with the Women's Drainmaker III Water Shoes from Columbia. These comfy shoes feature open mesh on top that helps water to drain easily. In addition, the midsole features Air-Flow ports as well as water drainable ports all along the side, letting you submerge your feet and pull them back out again without carrying around a day's supply of water in your shoes. A Techlite midsole provides excellent support and cushioning for a full day's worth of activities. The Omni-Grip non-marking outsoles feature razor siping for enhanced traction in wet conditions.

  • Open mesh and synthetic uppers
  • Techlite midsole with EVA foam
  • Air-flow and water drainable ports
  • Omni-Grip non-marking outsoles
  • Razor siping on soles
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nice shoes

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Got these for my girl to hike Havasupai Falls where you're in and out of water all day. She liked them more than her hiking boots and wore them the entire trip.

Kanarraville Falls

Kanarraville Falls

Awesome purchase! SO happy!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 8

In planning a trip to the southwest, I knew I was going to be doing hikes that required getting my feet soaked. I knew for these hikes I would need some traction and protection as well. Originally was thinking some goretex hikers, but the dry-time and the weight being in the desert worried me. SO happy I came across these! They're light and breathable and pretty comfortable for being the material they are. I wore them hiking through Kanarra Creek and waterfalls, and also in the Narrows (which is knee high rocky water, its completely through a river) in Zion. They were a perfect solution!

Hey Cynthia! Thanks for sharing your review and picture. Welcome to the Backcountry Community!