I don’t cut corners when it comes to shoes that I wear for fitness purposes. For example, you will not find me anywhere near Payless or Target when it comes time to buy running shoes or hiking boots. I require durable and comfortable shoes that will see me through many-a-workout.
Although I wouldn’t describe myself as an “outdoor adventure” diehard, I do enjoy being in the wilderness. I like walking, running, hiking, river rafting, and swimming. And I have been known to jump off of rather steep rock overhangs into water pools below. [Plus, I’ve been ocean kayaking, rock climbing, and rapelling – although I’m not as fond of those three.]
Teva is a brand that designs shoes for all of the above sports – whether you’re a big time enthusiast or you just like to go on the occasional family hike.
I recently had the opportunity to review the Teva Women’s Omnium ($75.00), a sports sandal that features:
- Quick-drying PU-coated synthetic leather upper
- Quick-release buckle for easy entry/exit
- Integrated toe-protection
- Encapsulated Shoc Pad™ in heel
- Microban® Zinc based anti-microbial protection