Hiking The Runway: Teva High Heel Sandals

November 30, 2010


I honestly didn't know Teva still made sandals. I thought that fad had come and gone years ago. *ahem* You're next, teen paranormal romance! Vampire sex. You girls oughta be ashamed.

Teva sandals are no longer for granola-crunching outdoors types. Now the fashion-conscious adventurer can go straight from the rugged rocks to the black-tie fundraiser without missing a beat.

The heels, an ungodly creation of Teva and NY-based clothing company Grey Ant, are available in two styles: "Worlds Unite" (aka black and white) and "Natural" (aka tan) and retail for the low-low price of $330.00.

I've never owned Tevas but I used to have a pair of Birkenstocks back in the day but my dog ate them. Literally, ate them. Two days later he shat four brass buckles and that was that.

Hit the jump for some action-shots of the heels in use.







Product Site
This Really Exists: The Teva Stiletto [thegloss]
Go Hiking In Style With These Teva Stiletto Heels [consumerist]

Thanks to Blaqk Panda, who refuses to leave the house in anything less than 6" heels.

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