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REVIEW: Take on Water with the Teva Fuse-ion

Teva delivered this shoe to adventurers who complained that they couldn’t wear their high-performance kicks to the bar. Now the option exists with this summer’s Fuse-ion.

Known for supplying outdoor sandals to the masses, Teva takes on a different scene with this summer’s collection of kicks that look good in and out of the water. The skate silhouette is low profile with a ion-mask™ tech-charged upper and a collapsible heel for easy entry. The outsole may look smooth, but the Spider Rubber + JStep outsole can handle slippery surfaces.

With the low profile look and the statement laces, the look and feel of these high-performers is approved. Teva hit it on the nose with what the brand knows best— creating a shoe that dries quick, releases water, and repels signs of wear. The Fuse-ion is an ideal shoe for kayaking or trails that may get you a little wet, however the low profile and a minimally-padded heel make this not a great option for trail hiking or any high mileage treks.

Bottom Line: If you find yourself in and out of the water alot but don’t want to look like it, this sneaker will make you look dry all day.

Cop at Teva for $90.

 

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