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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 don't have narrow feet, but there is not enough velcro to tighten the front straps down. It doesn't seem like most people have this problem, so maybe it's only in the smaller sizes? I could probably have gone down a half size, but I don't see a 5.5. I have also bought the kids sizes, but they don't have as much cushion, so I won't buy them again. If I add some velcro, these will probably work well for me, though.
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.