Teva’s ReEmber Terrain Slipper Is An Upcycled Slip-On For The Campsite

Even the most comfortable and supportive hiking shoes deserve to be taken off after a long day’s journey. But what if you could slip on something just as adequate without needing to enclose your entire foot or bending down to do so? Teva, the outdoors brand that helped revolutionize the industry by pioneering the sports sandal back in the ‘80s, has taken its expertise indoors with its Ember line, which has recently undergone a revamp and a name change.

Now called ReEmber to denote its new upcycled materials, the line of comfy footwear has now added the ReEmber Terrain slip-on. Available in six colorways — orange, green, black, olive, off-white, and salmon — these indoor shoes are the ultimate pair to wear around the house. However, since they’re built with the amazing construction that Teva is known for, you can also swing them as your go-to errand shoes as well.

Utilizing the brand’s ULTRA-COMF footbed technology with 30mm dual-layer foam, the ReEmber Terrain sports a quilted upper with topo-inspired stitching and ripstop vamp, all treated with an extra layer to bead off moisture. The interior is lined with brushed polyester made up of 50% recycled materials, while the collar itself boasts 100% recycled polyester with a wool-like touch. Featuring some of the best traction you’ll ever receive on a slip-on, the rubber on the outsole is also made with 50% recycled materials. Additionally, there’s a loop on the side so you can carry these on your backpack or beltloop.

Not only will the ReEmber Terrain slippers perform extremely well in a multitude of environments — nay, terrain — but they look incredible on your feet. Pick up a pair or six from Teva’s online store for $90 each.

Purchase: $90

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