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The Women’s Teva
Fuse-ion Water Shoes Combine incredible water performance qualities with the all good looks uyou need to hit up the town. If you are the adventurer type, you like to get wet. Water holds no boundary for you. So it makes sense to have a shoe that isn't going to be on a radiator drying out for most of your summer exploits. That’s why Teva designed a urban styled shoe that you would gladly wear to the pub, and then they figured out a way to make it the highest performing water shoe ever built. No big deal. This innovative design focuses around Teva’s ion-mask technology; this technology actually prevents the materials in this Teva shoe from absorbing any water on a molecular level. I know… it sounds like sci-fi, but it's real. The second main technology is something Teva calls JStep. Rather than big grips that aren't that great in water, the Teva JStep sole is made up of hundreds of small gripping pods that move and flex independently within the Fuse-ion's sole unit. The individual pods act like small gecko feet sticking to whatever you are standing on because individual pods act like small gecko feet sticking to whatever you are standing on. Sweet! Other outdoorsy features of the Fuse-ion Water Shoes include the use of spider rubber technology for crazy grip (even in wet conditions) and a quick heel pop down feature that allows for instant slip on action so you can slide your feet in there, totally stomp on the heel, and the heel part of the shoe will pop back into place, no problem. If you want a breathable shoe that can stay all kinds of dry and not look like some kind of futuristic aqua foot, you’ll find why the Women’s Fuse-Ions water shoes are making such a big splash.
- Teva's Spider Rubber + JStep outsole will stick to a grease-covered aluminum ramp (true story). Wet rocks won't be a problem
- A collapsible heel lets you slip in and out easily
- ion-mask™ technology actually prevents the materials in this shoe from absorbing any water on a molceular level. It sounds like sci-fi, but it's real
- Ripstop and mesh upper