Teva Ember Lace Alpine Slippers

Aug 20, 2018

Category: Gear

Teva is mostly known for their dadly adventure sandals. But lately, their closed-toed game has been off the charts. Their latest full-on shoe is super cozy thermal footwear for cold weather trekkers they’re calling the Ember Lace Boot.

When you’re traveling in a cold environment, whether it’s Iceland or trekking through Patagonia, having a pair of insular boots is essential. But it’s equally important to have a comfy and warm pair of kickback shoes. Teva’s camp-moccasins are not only comfortable but super-insular and durable, crafted from a lightweight, rugged nylon ripstop upper, which is also coated in on-wicking to shield your feet from moisture. Suede overlays keep the outside cushy and luxurious. On the inside, a PU footbed pampers the foot, so you can give your feet a break from the difficulty of a hard day’s hike with these cushy campsite slippers.

Purchase: $95

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