Teva Gateway Low: Who is it for?

Teva Gateway Low Insole

This high-quality Teva trail shoe easily finds an audience in day hikers and city travelers alike—that is how versatile the Gateway Low is. Having said that, its combination of features makes it a compelling product for the following folks.

Teva Gateway Low Midsole

For those with weak arches. Its plush midsole is stout for a reason. It houses a tough-yet-flexible shank, which doubles down on midfoot support.

Teva Gateway Low Collar

For those who despise stink. Just like most Teva hiking sandals, the Gateway Low is imbued with antimicrobial technology, which discourages odor buildup by neutralizing odor-causing bacteria.

Teva Gateway Low Upper

For those who love the environment. The Teva Gateway Low’s protective upper and comfy liner are made with recycled polyester (55% and 65%, respectively). Not only do they minimize waste, but they also keep things light for trail-goers like you.

Teva Gateway Low Outsole

Additional info

  • If you need more ankle security on top of arch support, consider its older sibling—the Gateway Mid.

Teva Gateway Low Arch

Facts / Specs

Weight: 9oz
Use: Day Hiking, Light Hiking, Urban hiking
Cut: Low cut
Features: Lightweight / Eco-friendly / Breathable / Orthotic friendly / Removable insole
Waterproofing: Water repellent
Width: Normal
BRAND Brand: Teva

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