Just from their looks, Teva sandals are a far cry from ordinary. Their high friction outsoles, tacky topsoles and sturdy demeanor actually started as a river guide's solution to his clients' soggy, water-logged sneakers. In 1984, his prototype splashed into the market, and soon after, Teva revolutionized river footwear with a sport sandal that could drain water, dry quickly and also tackle rugged river terrain. Over the last twenty years Teva expanded its hybrid roots - from riverbed to rocky trail and city path - defying the limitations of sa ... Learn more about Tevandals. With adjustable straps, grippy rubber outsoles and anatomical footbeds, Teva footwear provides the necessary means to explore, hike, paddle and run... giving outdoor adventurers the ability to "Go. Do. Be." ... Less
Reviewed by Slooper from Seattle, WA on Friday, August 31, 2007
The first time I got them wet (the 2nd day of wearing them), the release buttons stopped working, so the straps would no longer connect to the sandals. This happened simultaneously on both sandals, so it is not a quality problem - it is a poor design and is unusable. The front straps are too tight, although the length is right. They also gave me a blister in the short time I wore them before the release buttons stopped working.
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