Teva X Snow Peak Hurricane XLT2 Hiking Sandals

Jul 20, 2018

Category: Gear

Two companies known for their innovative apparel and adventurous spirit, Teva and Snow Peak, have decided to team up and give us a pair of hiking sandals that’s a contender for our summer favorite. The Hurricane XLT2 is a limited edition pair of summer footwear made for trekking anywhere under the sun.

There are two ace components of these sandals: the trip-rings that come from Snow Peak’s titanium camping gear and webbing that came from the reliable paracord used in their equipment. These sandals feature a quick-release buckle for easy slip on action, a hook-and-loop closure to give you a snug fit, an EVA-foam midsole for lightweight cushioning and a nylon shank that helps to stabilize and support your feet on rocky terrain. Rounding things out, it also has a ‘Rugged Durabrasion Rubber’ outsole that can take nature’s abuse and give you excellent traction. These summer sandals are available in two colorways, but don’t hesitate to pull the trigger because they’re going fast.

Purchase: $130

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