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After they’re broken in you’ll never want to set them free.

Reef designers brought the Men’s J-Bay Sandals to life using recycled rubber, full grain leather, and super soft pigskin lining. A contoured EVA midsole supports you through a day full of office shenanigans, classroom naps, or beachside brews.

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3 5

Reef J-Bay Sandals Are Pretty Tight

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have wide, size 10-1/2 feet and, even with size 11, these sandals were just too tight for me. Here's a similar review from the Reef.com site:

"Love Reefs, and love the look of these sandals. However, one review I read mentioned that the straps were too tight, and that is accurate. The first time I wore them I ended up with multiple blisters. Also, the sizing chart for a size 11 shoe recommends a size 9 sandal. I was smart enough to doubt that sizing, and ordered a size 10 sandal, and they still are borderline too small. So order your shoe size or at most one size down. Long story short, if you don't mind a painful break-in, the sandals look great and will eventually be comfortable."

For $80, I wasn't willing to go through a blistered break-in period.

Reef J-Bay Sandals Are Pretty Tight
5 5

Best reef slippers

These slippers are incredible, they last forever, produce no foot Oder and are very stylish. You won't be disappointed if you purchase these.

5 5

Do it. Do it. Do it.

I've owned many pair of Reefs and have always been impressed. My last pair were the least expensive leather slide and they ended up lasting me for a solid 10 years; camping, surfing, water, mud, what ever.

This time I decided to get the J-Bay. Unlike the Fanning, these do not have a bottle opener on the bottom. I've found that the opener ends up getting crushed and deformed after walking around rocks and pebbles, rendering it useless. Good idea but I figure; if you can't figure out how to open an adult beverage without an opener, then you're probably aren't "old enough" to be drinking.

Bottom Line: These are way more comfortable, quick break in, nice leather and look better with jeans and shorts.

5 5

stylish and comfy

I normally wear a 10.5 in most shoes and went with the eleven. Once the leather got used to my feet, they broke in like a custom fitted sandal. They really comfortable and look really stylish whether that be beachwear or backyard BBQs.

5 5

rad , the leather makes a difference

absolutely rad , i wear them in wet weather with no issues , can bike in the rain with them without the foot sliding on the pedals and can walk with them wet without so far slipping on smooth surfaces , I even wear them even weight pressing with my feet , just give them a few days to break in and so the skin on your feet to get toughened up so not to break with the pressure from the straps - just hope that they last the whole summer , so many break down in a month but the leather seems to the capacity for endurance i paid the premium on these so I could get through a whole season without a break down at bad time for it ( like when biking in the middle of the night or out on some lonely stretch near the beaches etc.) and have confidence these will stay sound

Do the J-Bay's have a bottle opener?

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Do the J-Bay's have a bottle opener?

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The J-Bays do not have a bottle opener. Check the Fanning or Fanning Leather out. Those have a bottle opener.