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The first time I wore them, the hem of one pant leg pulled completely out. I think it may have snagged on the velcro of my climbing shoe, but the other leg doesn't look like it's likely to stay put either. Now I have to go fix it before I can wear them again. I expect a little more for $30. Otherwise, they are comfy.
I'm a women's 6 and I got the size 4, which fit great. They are very comfortable for everyday wear and trail hiking. The soles are a little thin for rough terrain, though. Kid's Keens have a little more support, but the Tevas let your feet breathe more.
I love the color (Dawn, the purplish pink) and the style, but they are not very comfortable. I can barely bend my ankle in them, which doesn't feel too safe when driving. The size 5 is like a men's 5 or women's 7. I'm actually a women's 6, so they're a little big on me.