Teva Riva Mesh Waterproof

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The Teva Men's Riva Mesh Hiking Shoes enable you to take a quick hike out to a waterfall for a refreshing mid-afteroon dip.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Free Shipping. Teva Men's Riva Mesh Shoe FEATURES of the Teva Men's Riva Mesh Shoe A Vibram outsole for durability in rugged environments Leather and Mesh Upper A Mush Infused Insole brings the absurd comfort of the flip flops into a shoe A sofeet Shoc Pad in the heel gives you serious shock absorption

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

The Riva Mesh is perfect for a day hike to a waterfall or for a day at your favorite watering hole. Featuring mesh panels for ultimate breathability during those hot summer months, the Riva Mesh will get the job done while keeping your feet cool.

- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version

Whether you're heading out for a hike or a game of disc golf across campus, the Teva Riva Mesh shoes deliver lightweight, breathable comfort and support in a classic, everyday style. Full-grain nubuck leather uppers feature highly breathable nylon mesh underlays for excellent durability and breathability. Nylon linings deter moisture buildup by quickly wicking sweat away from feet. Gusseted tongues help keep debris out of shoes and protect against lace pressure. Washable OrthoLite(R) foam insoles enhance comfort. Dual-density EVA midsoles, each with a visible Shoc Pad(TM) in the heel, absorb shock and transfer it for enhanced push-off energy. Vibram(R) rubber outsoles with an aggressive tread pattern give you a stable base and all-terrain traction. Nylon shanks deliver torsional stability and increased stiffness for comfort on varied terrain.

- REI refers to the men's version

Teva Riva Mesh Waterproof

Discontinued

The Riva Mesh Waterproof has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$29.83 - $99.95

The Teva Riva Mesh Waterproof is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 26, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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