Well made and comfortable -- but all the reviews say so. This is about me ... I have weird feet ... wide with high arches ... it's why zero drop barefoot is so good for me ... but getting anything -- especially minimal shoes -- to fit them right can be hard. If I can make them fit at all, I'm usually at the limits of the adjustments, which makes a GOOD fit hard. As was the case with my bedrocks when I got them ... not their fault, but familiar to me ... I wrote them as I write all the shoe companies (weird foot awareness campaign), but unlike all the shoe companies I got back not only clear and accurate advice on what was up and how to adjust them, but also an offer to send them back to get a little customization to make them actually fit properly ... which I took them up on and it worked perfectly. They know their stuff and stand behind their stuff and now I know when I order my next (and next and next) pair I can ask for the tweak and make them just right.
I'm still in a break in period. Some people want to put shoes on and right a way feel comfortable. I've grown to know the feeling of a good sandal at the start usually isn't very comfortable and after a good month they start to take the shape of my foot and last much longer and feel wonderful. These feel like they will become my new favorites. I wear sandals 90 percent of the time so longevity as well as comfort are key. I'm very hopeful for these, but it is still too early to know for sure.
I cannot recommend these sandals more. Absolute 10/10 in every way possible!
I've been curious about trying minimalist shoes/sandals for quite a while, particularly for hiking. After exhaustive reading, video watching, and a massive amount of analysis paralysis, I decided to go with Bedrock for several reasons. Lots of people had a lot of good things to say about them, but I really was sold on the ability to have them re-soled. I mostly do a ton of trail hiking, and ever since I first bought them, I've used them for every hike and a lot of everyday wear as well. Probably only have 100-150 miles in them so far, but they've been amazing. Leg muscles get a little more sore than in my more "traditional" shoes, but that is quickly becoming less of an issue. They're also incredibly comfortable, and very well made! I typically wear a 10.5 wide in my work boots. I ordered a size 11, but in hindsight should have ordered a 10. They still work great, but I'm sure I'd be a little better off with a smaller size. No big deal, since I plan on purchasing some classics, which I'll get sized in 10 and compare. That's literally my only "complaint" and it's also something I could have addressed, but didn't care to, since it really isn't an issue. Really loving these sandals!