Teva Riva Mesh Waterproof - Kids'

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CLOSEOUTS . Primed for any playground, Teva's Riva mesh shoes are equipped with the durability, comfort and T.I.D.E. waterproof protection to handle rough-and-tumble play. T.I.D.E. waterproof breathable membrane Tough suede and synthetic upper Touch-fasten instep strap and pull-cord lacing system Gusseted tongue keeps rocks and debris out Breathable synthetic lining Blended polyurethane and EVA heel cup and forefoot shock pads Non-marking rubber outsole Weight: 14.2 oz. pr. Made in China Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide Available Colors: BLACK PEPPER. Sizes: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 1, 2, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5, 6.

- Sierra Trading Post

Providing lightweight, waterproof protection, these Teva Riva Mesh cross-training shoes are perfect for kids who laugh in the face of poor weather. Durable leather uppers with breathable, abrasion-resistant nylon mesh panels protect feet; rip-and-stick strap across insteps helps lock feet in for a secure fit. Tough pull cord lacing system allows for quick fit adjustment; heel loops aid entry and exit. Waterproof, breathable membranes let feet breathe while protecting them from the elements, keeping them dry and comfortable. Nylon mesh linings help wick moisture away from feet. EVA midsoles, with Shoc Pad(TM) units in the heel, absorb shock and transfer it for enhanced push-off energy. Nylon shanks offer torsional stability and protection underfoot. Nonmarking Traction Rubber(TM) outsoles deliver traction on wet and dry surfaces.


Teva Kids' Riva Mesh Waterproof


The Kids' Riva Mesh Waterproof has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$29.83 - $44.95

The Teva Kids' Riva Mesh Waterproof is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 16, 2012 at Sierra Trading Post.

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