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Teva Men's Terra Fi 2 Sport Sandal 7.0 M Drew Navy

by Teva

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Product Description

The Teva Terra Fi 2 is a premier sport sandal built to take on a day in the water or on the trail hiking. Features adjustable straps for custom fit, cushioned footbed with nylon shank for arch support and rubber soles. Stock Number: 6670-DWNV

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
  • ASIN: B0011F0X8W
  • Item model number: 6670
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #531,801 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I expect these to last forever like my old Tevas.
Lund Wolfe
I wear these very hard, including lots of mountain hiking.
Andrew Kneeter
I especially like the added heel and arch supports.
Bill

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Charles Burmaster on December 30, 2008
Terra-Fi 2 (TF2) is the closest to the original made by Teva, however it does not measure up. Original used thick Spider Rubber (similar to rock climbing) that was durable and stuck to anything, the TF2 has a thin layer which soon wears through.

Ankle strap has neoprene to cushion, here's where we separate the engineers from the users. Seems like a good idea, however the cushion maintains water and sweat and keeps grit under it which grinds against the skin. Bad idea. The original was simple nylon which might not have been as comfortable if you were walking around the house in them, but for serious users it dried out quickly and shed dirt.

Strapping system is good, however breaks easily. This is unacceptable if you are using them for serious hikes. Plastic which holds the three rear straps together is cheap.

When dealing w/ customer service for replacement I had to hound them and finally wrote to the head of Teva. This only took 3 letters and as many months for a reply, and what a reply..it's questionable if he graduated from high school.

Very sad that such an outstanding shoe and idea have become just another sandal to wear around the yard.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Thomas B. Gross VINE VOICE on June 7, 2005
Men looking to buy a new pair of Tevas are faced with a choice of two models among the traditional rubber-sole styles. This model is a lot more expensive than the "Hurricane." It has a lot more arch support and a thicker sole in general. I decided to get this one because I weigh a lot and I believe it will give me better support for a lot of walking on sidewalks in Europe.

This is my fourth pair of Tevas. They do age and wear out eventually (they are not indesctructible). I am finally retiring one pair that I have owned for about 8 years because the sole is cracking and something sharp is sticking into my heel. My other two pairs have endured too much trauma (paint) to be worn as dress shoes in Italy. I am a size 10 1/2 and definitely recommend that men go up to next higher whole size.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By N. St Jacques on October 9, 2008
Color Name: Drew BrownSize Name: 10.5 D(M) US Verified Purchase
This is my husband's third pair of the Terra-Fi II. They are extremely comfortable with rugged soles and a great looking fabric. Thank you Teva for continuing to make an excellent product.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By alexei on May 26, 2009
These are the most comfortable and best performing sandals I have ever worn and I highly recommend them.

I started wearing these after getting a murderous blister on my heel from my trail running shoes. The sandal straps did not touch the blister so it allowed me to continue my hikes without waiting to heal. After seeing how well these sandals worked I just kept hiking in them.

I've taken them on a 15 day Grand Canyon trip, many hikes in the PNW (and often get comments from passersby who don't realize how viable and how nice hiking in sandals can actually be), and have even hiked to Camp Muir, the base camp for Mt. Rainier summit attempts in these sandals (used wool socks + waterproof socks during the snowfields). It was amusing seeing the suprise from other hikers as I charged past them wearing these.

[Note: This was arguably dangerous due to the perilous situation that could result if a strap broke in some way during this type of hike so I don't necessarily recommend hiking in sandals in snow fields and far away from any safe harbor. Many hikers had both trekking poles and hardshell boots for that terrain, but then they probably needed it because they were loaded down with heavy gear in order to make the summit the next morning. But it proved that sandals (particularly these Tevas :) ) are far more viable for hiking than most people believe.]

The biggest weakness of these sandals is when the footbed gets wet and slippery with mud. Then you must sinch them down but there can be some slippage due to the footbed. Chacos may be superior here (with the toe loop models) but I shun toe loops due to discomfort and blister forming around the loop.

I've owned two pairs of Chacos (one with toe loop, one without) and those were murder on my feet.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bill on May 31, 2008
Color Name: DREW NAVYSize Name: 10 D(M) US
I really like these sandals. I've had previous versions by Teva and see many improvements in what was already a really great sandal. I especially like the added heel and arch supports. If they wear like my previous pair, I expect years of good performance. I would recommend them to anyone.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Silent Reviewer on December 14, 2008
Color Name: Rhythm GreySize Name: 9 D(M) US Verified Purchase
I bought this before I left for my little camping trip
in california sea side. I would say I loved this one.
Its very comfortable and waterproof. Fits my feet perfectly.
So O did not get any show bite even if I wore it
first time. I used to own a skechers before this. I
liked this one better than skechers.

Especially the cushion under the linings are great comfort.
There is another model Teva produces (hurricane) which does not have this lining. Which is why its a bit cheaper than tera fi model .
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Hausner on August 12, 2008
I've been wearing Teva sandals for over 13 years. The Terra-Fi's are the most comfortable shoe, of any type, that I've ever had on my feet.
They are a bit pricey; though with the fact it's the only shoe I wear, all spring and summer long. They are worth it. The cheaper Hurricanes are not as comfortable as the Terra-Fi's.
We walk literally 12 hours a day when we go to Disney, and my feet don't hurt.
I bring two pairs of Teva's, and no other shoes, sneakers, etc. They have great arch support too.

For new users, the trick is to learn to adjust the straps. Too loose and you'll get blisters, too tight and they hurt your feet, or ankles, and shut off circulation.
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