Mark Thatcher, Teva founder, and former Grand Canyon river guide invented the original sports sandal featuring velcro in 1984. His pioneering sandals provided the perfect footwear solution for water activities that were quick-dry and secure on the feet.
Teva's bestselling women's sandals, labeled endearingly by fashion editor's as the "Ugly-Cool Sandal", include the original universal sandal, best for all-day wear and water activities, and the Hurricane XLT2 featuring a modern sole suitable for hiking. Teva sandals are a festival favorite and spotted on numerous celebrities and actors.
Teva is introducing more recycled materials into its sandals, with 100% of its straps made from recycled REPREVE fabric. It runs a sandal recycling program to turn old shoes into running tracks and playgrounds.
Hari Mari is the Texan brand that reinvented the flip-flop to be ultra-comfy with high-quality leather, memory foam, and arch supports.
Jack Rogers makes the iconic Navajo sandal with stitched edging that Jackie Kennedy famously asked to be made after seeing them in Capri.