Teva Zilch

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Teva's Men's Zilch page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Teva Zilch sandals offer a minimalist fit that conforms to the contours of your feet. Thin, adjustable synthetic leather straps personalize the fit and secure with rip-and-stick tabs; toe loops provide an extra bit of security. Topsoles use a polyurethane material that conforms to feet; moisture-wicking synthetic microfiber covers ensure great underfoot comfort. Thin polyurethane midsoles offer light, flexible cushioning. Teva Zilch sandals sport Spider Rubber(R) outsoles for excellent grip in both wet and dry environments. Closeout.

- REI refers to the men's version

Sometimes the thinner you go the better it feels. Hey get your head out of the gutter we re talking about shoes here. The Zilch is the thinnest most minimalistic sport sandal we ve ever made. Minimalist construction means that the Zilch will bend and flex naturally with your foot giving you an amazing feel and connection to the earth but also giving you traction and protection that a bare foot doesn t. The Zilch is so flexible that it can actually be completely rolled up making it the perfect travel shoe for anyone that likes to pack light. With the Zilch you can use your feet like Mother Nature intended.

- Teva refers to the men's version

So flexible that it can actually be completely rolled up, Teva's Zilch Sandal is the thinnest, most minimalistic sport sandal that you'll find. Super thin, your foot flexes naturally allowing you to feel the ground beneath you while protecting your soles and giving traction.

- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version

The only thing that gets you closer to barefoot then being barefoot is the Teva Zilch Sandal. A minimalist design features a thin sole that bends and flexes with your foot motion, and offers a bit of protection from sharp rocks and spiky cactus.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version