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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Teva's Raith page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Teva Raith multisport shoes keep step with explorative kids, offering waterproof protection and lasting leather uppers for great all-around performance. Leather uppers offer durable protection; pull-cord lacing supplies a quick fit. Waterproof, breathable membranes protect feet from the elements. Polyester mesh linings wick sweat away from feet. Compression-molded EVA midsoles supply all-day cushioning and shock absorption. Kids' Teva Raith Waterproof multisport shoes sport rubber outsoles with multidirectional lugs for excellent grip. Special buy.


Teva Raith Shoes in Bungee Cord : Teva Toddler's Shoes. Boys are wild. You know this we know this. That's why we made the Raith Kid's. It's got enough performance features to keep up with the most active boys and all of the durability that those boys require. T.I.D.E. GRIPOur Durabrasion Rubber is non-marking and offers durable traction. T.I.D.E. HYDROOur T.I.D.E. Seal waterproof membrane will keep feet dry. T.I.D.E. COMFORTA quick-lace system allows for easy on/off. Synthetic and mesh upper.

- Teva

Kids can be wild. You know this, and Teva knows this. That is why Teva made the Raith for kids. It's got enough performance features to keep up with the most active kids, with all the durability that kids require.Synthetic leather and mesh upper.EVA footbed and midsole for cushioning.Quick lace lacing system for easy on and off.Non-marking Durabrasion Rubber outsole for durable traction in any terrain.Weight: 6 oz per pair4285-DKSW

- Campmor

Teva Raith


The Teva Raith is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 5, 2012 at REI.

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