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A few months ago, I wrote a review of the TropicFeel Canyon Ultimate Travel Shoe 2.0 that was up on Kickstarter. Tropicfeel reached out to me and sent me a pair of their Tropicfeel Canyon shoes to review, so I wanted to share my experience with the shoes. They are also running a couple of promotions for the holidays with up to 20% off PLUS extra goodies if you order one of their Christmas packs. As always, links in this post may pay me a commission if you boost the project through my link.

Tropicfeel travel shoe features

I wanted to start The Tropicfeel Canyon shoe bills itself as “the all-terrain sneaker with 4-in-1 versatility: providing the benefits of aqua shoes, the comfort of sport shoes, the technical outsole materials of hiking shoes, and the styling of your favourite daily pieces.”

Here are a few pictures of the Tropicfeel travel shoe

a diagram of a diagram of a shoe a collage of a man walking on a mountain

Tropicfeel travel shoe video

Here’s a video showing off some of the different options and features of the Tropicfeel travel shoe

My Tropicfeel Canyon shoe review

As I mentioned, Tropicfeele sent me a pair of shoes to review. When I opened the regular packaging, I found that the shoes themselves came in their own smaller bag.

a blue bag with white text on it

This bag had a closable fastener on the top. This would make sense if you were using these shoes as travel – it’s an easy way to take them along if you’re planning on going to a place where they might get wet or muddy.

a blue bag with a black zipper

The color I got was the standard Canyon Core Black, and the shoes came with 3 different types of shoelaces. So far I have stuck with the standard black shoelaces that they came with (pictured below)

a pair of black sneakers

Here are 2 pictures of the shoes on my feet.

a close up of a shoe

One interesting note is that the largest size they come in is a European 47, which roughly equates to a US size 12. I normally wear a US size 13 shoe but I haven’t had any type of sizing problem.

a person's foot wearing black and white sneakers

I’ve been wearing these Tropicfeel Canyon shoes as my every day shoes for about a month or two and I’ve been impressed. The back and heel of the shoe is stretchy enough that you can easily slip the shoes off and on without untying the laces, and yet they still feel like they’re solidly constructed. They held up nicely even when I was on my feet all day walking around Universal Orlando for example. The one downside I’ve felt is that because they have mesh on the sides and top they aren’t great if it’s raining. They are designed to get wet and dry out quickly, but it only works if you’re wearing them with no socks or with socks that are designed to wick moisture away. I was wearing them with regular cotton athletic socks and when it rained my socks got pretty wet. Similarly in extreme cold or wind they don’t protect your feet from the cold as well as shoes with no mesh would.

Still, I’ve been enjoying wearing my pare of Tropicfeel Canyons

Tropicfeel Canyon discounts and coupons

Tropicfeel is currently running 3 different Christmas Packs, each with different promotions and discounts

  • SOLO – for the curious solo travelers out there. Purchase 1 pair of any Tropicfeel sneakers, and we’ll gift you a pair of Havasu flip flops and a Cruiser Backpack for free.
  • COUPLE – treat yourself and your partner with the best gear for your 2020 adventures. Purchase 2 pair of any Tropicfeel sneakers with 15% off, and we’ll gift you 2 pairs of Havasu flip flops and 2 Cruiser Backpacks for free.
  • FAMILY & FRIENDS – Make travel memories together with your loved ones. Purchase 3 pair of any Tropicfeel sneakers with 20% off, and we’ll gift you 3 pairs of Havasu flip flops and 3 Cruiser Backpacks for free.

Get your TropicFeel Canyon shoes here – currently listed at USD$113 (before your 15 or 20% discount)

a green and black bag with a blue flip flops on it

What do you think of these shoes? Planning on getting any? Leave your experience in the comments

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