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Retailers' Descriptions

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Great for wet or dry conditions, the Forge Pro from Teva provides a streamlined fit and athletic feel, paired with a super-grippy Spider 365 outsole that provides great downhill traction. You get tons of support and cushioning from a cushy Mush Infused insole, compression-molded EVA midsole, heel counter and a stiff nylon shank for arch support.

- Mountain Gear

Teva Forge Pro Shoes in Blue : Teva Women's Shoes. Heading for an adventure but not sure what you ll run into? Then the Forge Pro is perfect for you. A multi sport shoe in the truest sense the Forge Pro boasts a range of versatile technical features such as an aggressively lugged outsole and an external heel counter for stability. All of this means that you can get out there knowing that you ll always have the right shoe for the job.

- Teva

When your intent on going cross-country and the terrain is uncertain, the Teva Forge Pro Hiking Shoe for Women covers you inspiration. This shoe takes multi-sport to the next level with a range of versatile technical features, such as an aggressive Teva E-Brake lugged outsole, external heel counter for stability, as well as an TPU Exoskeleton to prevent stretch and improve fit without sacrificing breathability. The message...get out and let 'em rip.

- Altrec Outdoors

Teva Women's Forge Pro


The Women's Forge Pro has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$109.95 - $110.00

The Teva Women's Forge Pro is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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