These are comfortable and functional. I just used them on a white water rafting/ camping trip and easily transitioned from land to water and back. They are quite attractive as far as water shoes go too!
I'm pretty hard on shoes in general, especially sandals. Typically buy cheap since I tear through them, but bought Carin Pro IIs with hopes they would last a while and be comfortable. They absolutely deliver. Best feature is the ability to adjust where the strap falls between your toes; this is one of the primary complaints I've had on other sandals. Not only that, but they have an extremely high quality of build; I fully expect these to last me a long time along with being my main walking shoes.
The Pro regulars have been great for me! Made switch to zero drop running shoes and wanted to stop using flip flops so I could improve gait, posture, ect. These have been awesome. No blisters here after 1 month of constant use. Able to fine tune adjustments on heel as one foot is slightly longer. No velcro! My arches are normal and I don't need more support. They are indeed bombproof. Don't care how they look because they are so good/comfortable and flat out awesome at what they do. I can run, deal with water, work the clutch, very grippy. No mote flips for me!
Was looking for sandels that were minimalist, had no velco, easily adjustable, lightweight, could be used for hiking, walking and could be worn out to socialize - Bedrocks are the perfect sandel. I haven't taken them off since I got them. Extremely comfortable and I adjusted to the toe strap quickly. Took a few adjustments to find the right fit but when you do you are all set and can get in and out quickly with the strap release without losing your adjustments. Liked them so much I also got a pair of the Cairn 3D Pro II which has a thicker sole. I go between the two sandels depending on what activity I am doing. Highly recommend them!
Awesome fit. I printed out the size chart and got the correct size.