Big hearts, small bodies. Engineered for kids who want to have as much fun playing outside as their parents. Pint sized footwear for the parent seeking proven Teva quality and value.
In 1984 Mark Thatcher built the first sports sandal out of inspiration and a little ingenuity. Ideal for rafts and rapids of the Colorado. His creation combined the spirit of a sandal with the soul of a shoe. Tevaź soon became synonymous with a better way to amble through the outdoors.
Today the demands of the outdoor athlete are as rigorous as the elements themselves. From canyoneering and kayaking to trail running and trekking, Tevaź has moved on-shore and up-range.
With performance features, new technologies, and improved functionality, Tevaź is the natural evolution in footwear for the outdoor athlete.
eva Supports Watersports
In 2001, Tevaź footwear is worn by the best paddlers in the world. Reigning freestyle World Champion Eric Southwick, Waterfall Drop World Record holder Tao Berman,and 1999 Womens Surf Kayak World hampion and Womens Waterfall Drop World Record holder Shannon Carroll are just part of Team Teva thats taking performance paddling up a notch. Events such as the Teva Oregon Cup, the Jeep Teva Whitewater Festival and the upcoming 2001 Teva Cup Series all bring together the worlds best paddlers to compete, enjoy and promote what the river has to offer. Visit our website for a complete listing of upcoming event dates and locations.
Teva Supports the Outdoor Life
Everyone knows community is one way to save the planet. And Teva is doing its part. Working with events such as Reggae on the River, Telluride Bluegrass Festival and the 17 stop Liquid Lifestyles Tour, Teva promotes the outdoors as more than an activity, but a way of life.
Teva Supports the Right Thing
Being a part of the community is also a responsibility. Teva's Green Team ensures daily conservation and recycling efforts within the company. Teva's support extends to such groups as the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, Surfrider Foundation, Friends of the River, the Coastal Watershed Council and the Nature Conservancy. In addition, the Liquid Lifestyles Tour brings together 16 groups to raise money for over 35 regional environmental groups and conservation organizations across the country.