Men's Minam Sandal
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TEVAMen's Minam Sandal

TEVA
Men's Minam Sandal
4.4 Stars

Specs

Men's Minam Sandal

Name Value
Best Use Casual
Water Sports
Care Air Dry
Heel Height 1"
Material Upper Leather/Neoprene
Material Lower Rubber
Style Velcro
Technologies Non-Marking
Slip Resistant
Warranty Details One Year Against Defects in Materials and Workmanship
Width Regular

Product Overview

Buy these sandals. Go outside. Get wet. Dry off. Repeat.

About 71% of the earth's surface is covered by water. If you're going to be active outdoors, it stands to reason that you'll be coming in contact with water in all of its various forms. That's where Teva Minam Sandals get their kicks. From their durable, water-resistant suede and synthetic uppers that dry quickly when they do get wet, to their rugged, non-marking, Durabrasion Rubber™ outsoles that give you traction on both wet and dry surfaces, these sandals are ready to take you wherever you want to go.

Once you adjust them to your feet, the triple straps with Velcro® closures will make it quick and easy to put on and take off your Minam Sandals. The textile lining and EVA topsole feature Microban® zinc-based anti-microbial treatment to help protect against bacteria and fungus. A molded EVA midsole combined with cushioned Shoc Pad™ in the heel absorb the impact you'll unquestionably encounter in your walk through life. Imported.

Key Features

  • Suede and synthetic uppers
  • Water-resistant construction
  • Triple adjustable straps with Velcro® closures
  • Textile lining with EVA topsoles
  • Microban® zinc-based anti-microbial treatment
  • Molded EVA midsoles
  • Shoc Pad™ heel technology
  • Durabrasion Rubber™ traction outsoles

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