Teva Recalls A 1994 Sandal Design For These Amphibious Hiking Shoes

Sure, Teva may be best known for its iconic velcro sandals, but the brand actually makes a number of different adventure-ready silhouettes, including everything from flip flops to hiking boots. The latest addition to the lineup, however, is a type of footwear that walks to the beat of its own drum.

Because let’s face it. These peculiar shoes — dubbed the Revive ’94 Mid — are unlike anything else on the market (and that’s saying a lot given today’s fashion trends). Inspired by the Sandal Hiker originally released back in 1994, they feature a waterproof leather upper, a mesh toebox, and an accommodating inner bootie. And that’s not all; around the outside of the shoe, Teva has reinforced the Revive ’94 using some hard-wearing rubber at the front and rear, along with a grippy outsole underneath for superior traction. Riding on a comfy EVA midsole and secured by a set of adjustable webbing straps, they make for a next-level option for amphibious exploration. You’ll be able to pick them up starting August 2nd, either through Teva or at the link below.

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