Teva is back with a bang for autumn/winter 2008. Reinforcing its ‘GO.DO.BE’ philosophy, the latest performance footwear offers something for every outdoor adventurer.
Teva’s GO. range features the all-new Mountain Scuff, which is built with comfort in mind - wearer’s can slide in and out of the Mountain Scuff with ease with the simple slip on and off design. Feet are kept warm and cosy thanks to the fleece-lined soft upper shell, while the insole features Ortholite technology to ensure a smooth ride however bumpy the trail may be. Also available in suede for extra durability, the Mountain Scuff retails at £50, or £60 for the suede version, and is available in a variety of colourways for both men and women.
To take performance to a new level, the GO. range sees a collaboration with eVent fabrics offering three new products featuring Direct Venting Technology. The Aniso eVent is a lightweight alternative to hiking footwear with superior modern styling. Retailing at £80, it features fully waterproof yet breathable eVent fabric and a Spider Rubber XC outsole for superior grip in all conditions.
For those who prefer more traditional hiking footwear that fares well against water, the Ossagon event (SRP £85), which is also available in a mid version (SRP £95), features a full-grain suede upper with Scotchguard stain protection and includes Teva’s renowned Wraptor fit system for superior fit.
And for casual footwear you can really feel good about Teva’s BE. range, as there’s some great new editions to its ethically friendly Curbside Collection, including the new Kendal boot (SRP £60), which is made from 75 per cent post-consumer recycled material. Kids are not forgotten either and can go green with the new Keagan K (SRP £35), whilst infants can enjoy a new spin on the Logan i, which takes the form of a teeny tiny Logan bootie i (SRP £20).
For further information on Teva’s biggest and best collection to date visit http://www.teva.com.