When a young river guide named Mark Thatcher started building his own sandals back in the 1980s, he had no idea his creation would eventually become a household name in the outdoor footwear industry. Today, Teva sandals are considered a pioneering force in go-anywhere utility. From muddy river bottoms to dusty trails to city sidewalks, Teva shoes and sandals are designed to provide the ultimate mix of lightweight support, superior traction and unique style. Over the past quarter century, Teva footwear has expanded its hybrid roots, defying the ... Learn more about Teva limitations and taking on new territory. With grippy rubber outsoles and anatomically designed footbeds, Teva sandals and shoes provide the support you need to paddle, hike, explore and generally have a blast outside. ... Less
Reviewed by NE Bubbie from Boston, MA on Monday, May 4, 2015
How surprised was I to find my favorite Teva sandals available in leather! I have been wearing Olowahu sandals for years; I buy a new pair each year as I wear them constantly. They are so lightweight & comfortable, I always take a pair with me when traveling; the Grand Canyon, Europe and Africa, as well as just running errands around home. The traditional ribbon patterns, while attractive, just do not seem appropriate for some occasions, the leather version allows for a bit of for fashion without giving up the cushy feeling of my Teva sandals. The "leather" is actually nubuck suede, soft & comfy! I have a relatively narrow foot, size 7, fits as expected.
Reviewed by Philip from VA on Monday, May 4, 2015
I have been wearing this shoe as my construction site work shoe for three weeks now and they seem to be built tough. Traction is seems good. The toe bumper/reinforcement seems to be much tougher then my chaco equivalent shoes which wore out way too fast. They are a bit hot and the leather is a bit stiff around the ankle until broken in.
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