Suitable for those who like sandals that stay put, thanks to the additional back strap. We love the rich color and oiled leather. Gets high marks for its soft footbed, which provides superior shock absorption. Style looks good enough to wear with semi-dressy summer outfits. One of the top picks in the family of fine sandals.
The leather straps are a bit stiff at first, requiring a break-in period. Sizes vary wildly, as some consumers say they run too narrow while others find the fit on the large side.
These Birkenstock sandals sport wide foot straps, which is ideal for men who prefer more foot coverage. Owners praise the support they provide, and rave about them being a bit more dressy than the classic two-strap styles.
Sizes have the tendency to run large, but they come in narrow sizes that may be a good match for some individuals.
One of the most popular styles by Birkenstock, the Arizonas feature adjustable dual straps and contoured cork footbed that make them practical and versatile for all types of casual outfits and occasions.
Some reports of concerns of authenticity. Most men require a break-in period. Sizes typically run large for this style.
In spite of being made of synthetic materials and coming at a fraction of the price of others by the brand, these Birkenstocks offer similar construction, support, and style as pricier options. Uppers are waterproof. A good pick for men who don't wear leather.
Sizes run narrow. Not quite as comfortable as traditional Birkenstocks. Footbed gets somewhat slippery when wet.
A minimalist sandal that's constructed like a flip flop. A good choice for hot days and for those who prefer limited foot coverage.
The toe separator piece may be uncomfortable to some. Rare concerns of authenticity. Though unisex, this style won't appeal to all men.
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