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- 100% Textile
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 1.35" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.5"
- Platform measures approximately 0.5"
- NOTE: The "W" mentioned on the product box stands from Women, not Wide as width.
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Teva Women's Sandal. Treated with microban, a zinc-based antimicrobial technology that helps prevent stink. Avoid exposure to high temperatures and prolonged periods in direct sunlight
~~~The Tirra by Teva was designed specifically for a woman's foot in order to provide unmatched comfort and performance in the water. With its unmistakably feminine strap configuration and multiple adjustment options for a secure fit, the Tirra can tackle any obstacle with ladylike grace – just like you. The rubber outsole offers uncompromised grip and a water-channeling lug pattern helps to maintain solid footing.~~~See all Product description
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0055X2U3W
- Item model number: W TIRRA-W
- Date first listed on Amazon: January 12, 2004
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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I've tried other models of Tevas with even MORE straps that didn't work: the magic is in the positioning.
Being obese, middle aged, and having wide, double bumping-out feet I resigned myself years ago to expensive ugly shoes. So being able to get a pair under $120 now seems a good price to me, so at $60-80 these feel "half price" to me.
Most of my wardrobe is brown & black because I'm fat, but even more because I have no other-colored shoes! These 7 Tevas will let me expand my color repertoire (in warm weather, at least) and replace a few other, more expensive shoes that weren't really that comfortable (but were the best I could find).
2017 Update: I bought 2 more colors, totalling 7 pr now. Because these are amphibious, they won't get ruined (unlike former leather sandals) after getting wet multiple times.
I'm in my mid 30's, but have severe nerve damage to my left foot. I had to have my baby toe amputated in '07, so every summer since, I ABSOLUTELY DREAD trying to find sandals that I can actually walk comfortably in, but that still look Cute on! In years past, I have literally spent THOUSANDS of dollars for sandals that were supposed to be "top of the line," but NONE of them came close to the COMFORT, SUPPORT, and FEMININITY of the Tirra Teva sandal!!
The 2 adjustable straps at the footbed, and the 3rd at the top of the foot, provides a truly custom fit. When I was reading reviews prior to my purchase, some said the sandal was to wide, while others said they were too narrow. Let me clarify that by saying that my Mother and I wear the same shoe size, however I have a really wide foot, and my Mother has a very narrow foot, and these Tevas fit both of us like a glove!! All it took was a couple of quick strap adjustments!
Others have also complained about the ankle strap "rubbing," but they obviously bought the wrong size because my left foot is so HYPERSENSITIVE that the littlest irritant can send me through the roof, but these sandals DON'T, regardless of how long I wear them!! These are actually the 1st pair of sandals I've owned that have straps that DON'T HURT MY FEET AT ALL!!
I'm also extremely impressed with the arch and heel support, as it hits in exactly the right place on both my good AND bad foot, providing long lasting comfort and stability for not only my feet, but also my back.
If you're on the fence about purchasing these Tevas, much like I was, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND taking a leap of faith and at least trying them! They are SO VERSATILE, can be dressed up or down, run true to size ( I usually wear a 9 1/2 wide or 10M, and bought the size 10's which fit perfectly) AND they look super cute on! Teva has come a long way since the days of the "earthy crunchy" manly looking sandals!!
It's taken me 6 years and A LOT of wasted money before I FINALLY found the PERFECT summer sandal. In my opinion, they are worth every single cent, and then some! Whether you're super active or have foot problems, I guarantee that once you strap these sandals on, you'll NEVER want to wear another pair again!! KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK, TEVA!! AND KEEP UP THE UNBEATABLE PRICES, AMAZON...YOU ARE THE BEST!! C:
Update 8/2/16: I just got back from a week long road trip through Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. These are the only shoes that I brought with me. They went through the most at the Grand Canyon, where I hiked for hours in various temps and terrain, carrying about 60 lbs of backpack and small child. Not one single time did my feet hurt or feel uncomfortable. Not even a little.
I bought these because a listicle told me they were the most well-rounded when it came to function and style. I was looking for something that I could be active in this summer and the reviews seemed appropriate.
When I got them, the first thing I did (obviously) was walk to the park to play Pokemon Go. The ankle strap took some adjusting at first, but overall they were super comfortable so I kept them on all day. Nothing overly exciting but my feet never felt sweaty and gross, they never became uncomfortable, and I had this feeling that if the opportunity for adventure presented itself, I would be good to go. Unfortunately, all i did was buy groceries and stuff but whatever. Comfy! I wear a size 7 and they fit just fine. There's a little extra length at the toes, which is nice. They're also very adjustable. Great for wide feet!
The real test came when my sisters and I decided to go float the river last weekend. I'm talking about a really gross, really muddy, slow, Texas river. (It's a lot of fun and you should try it!) They were low on tubes so we had to wait around for the campground representatives to bring us more. No biggie, I thought, as I bounced around the woods in my Tevas! Once the tubes got there, I climbed down the pretty steep decline to the water. So much traction. It was great. We started floating and I'll spare you all six hours worth of details BUT you should know this: this particular float actually involved quite a bit of walking. Sometimes, we walked through super thick, slimy mud. Sometimes, it was sandy and normal. A lot of it was extremely rocky and painful for everyone but me. My feet were 100% fine. Every now and then, a rock got into the sandal but I could just wiggle my foot and it'd wash away. I swam in them. I climbed out of the river onto rocks in them. I even let my baby sister, who wears a size and a half/two sizes bigger than me typically, borrow them during some especially rocky moments (because I'm the greatest sister ever), and they protected her feet/kept her from busting a**, as well. I think the extra length at the toes and the adjustability of the straps is what allowed them to work for her. After the river, we all went out to our favorite dive bar for a surprise party. These shoes are pretty cute so I wore them there, too.
NOT only did they hold up during my adventures - they still look great right now! I didn't even thoroughly clean them after covering them in gross, red, Texas mud. I just rinsed them off, threw them in my sink, and passed out. Yet, here they are, as cute and functional as ever. Velcro still works perfectly and there are no weird stains. It's great.
I'm on vacation for the next 11 days and will be exploring all kinds of landmarks and terrain, so I'll be sure to update later. That river trip put some serious stress on these babies, though.
**picture was taken after above-mentioned river trip