I wore Teva Mush flip-flops for many years and loved them, but they had one big problem: they stained the soles of my feet black. (I wear them all day every day from June to September.) The girl in my local shoe shop, disgusted by the look of my soles, suggested I switch to OluKai flip-flops instead. These ‘Ohana are the bottom of the line for OluKai and cost $65 (well over two times what I paid for Teva Mush), but they’re comfortable (nice footbed) and water-resistant.
If you had trouble with stained feet with the Teva Mush, I recommend you check out these OluKais instead.