Teva Zilch Minimalist Sandals for Toddlers/Kids Review
Buying footwear for your growing babies, toddlers, little boys/girls, or kids would be simple if there weren't so many shoes out there that were clunky, narrow, heavy, stiff, or high-heeled. Unfortunately, outside of the moc-like slippers worn by infan… more »
The Teva Nilch is a recently released thin-soled (6mm) "water booty" from Teva. Will it work as a barefoot/minimalist shoe?
When I first saw the Teva Nilch on the Teva website I immediately thought of Terra Plana’s Vivo Barefoot line, and Justin's review of the NB MINIMUS Life. Though the Nilch are sold as "water booties" these looked simple and nice enough to pass as a nice… more »
Teva Zilch Barefoot Minimalist Sandals - The design is cool, futuristic even
Teva is coming around and meeting me somewhere in the middle with their release of the Teva Zilch sandals. While I love my huaraches, I'm still willing to experiment so I purchased a pair of Zilch sandals to see how they perform as running sandals. more »
Here's a quick look at the new Teva Zilch sandal which will be available March 1, 2011 retailing for $80. It is being billed as the "thinnest, most minimalistic sport sandal" that Teva has ever made. It is designed to be very thin and flexible while offe… more »
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