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Teva is an authentic icon in the outdoor industry. Founded in the early 1980's by a Colorado River guide, Teva pioneered the sport-sandal category. For more than 20 years on rivers, in canyons, and across the trails of the great outdoors, athletes and enthusiasts have traveled the globe comfortably and confidently in Teva footwear. Providing positive contributions to the world in which we play is at the core of everything Teva stands for. The Teva name itself is a Hebrew word meaning "nature" and the hand logo is the Hopi symbol for "friendship" and "water." Teva supports the outdoor athletic lifestyle and remains committed to innovation in outdoor performance footwear, the platforms which carry enthusiasts beyond the offices of the day-to-day and onto the rivers, trails, and canyons of the next adventure.
Nearly 30 years ago, a Grand Canyon river guide forever changed the way people experienced the outdoors. By blending the best parts of shoes and sandals, he created the world's first Sport Sandal. Today, we honor that heritage by reintroducing one of Teva's very first products - the Original Universal. Featuring the traditional nylon webbing, a contoured EVA topsole and a durable rubber outsole, the Original Universal is as valuable today as it was on those first days on the river.
I love these sandals.
they're comfortable. and look great with or without socks
Welp, I'm a Teva Fan. These are my third pair of Tevas and these are by far the thinnest sole versus the other two pairs that I've had. Read morePublished 1 month ago by martyb
My husband loves these shoes. We ordered for hiscostume but he really loved the comfort hes looking forward to wearing them this summer.Published 1 month ago by Sheri
The are awesome for almost all activities. They even go nice with socks.Published 1 month ago by Peyton Morris