Verdict from 100+ user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • A lot of buyers complemented the durability and flexibility of Teva Highside 84.
  • Most of the reviewers are satisfied with how comfortable and breathable the shoe.
  • According to some buyers, the shoe is suitable for regular daily wear, from casual walking to a little hiking.
  • Many reviewers admired the modern but not flashy style of the shoe.
  • The Teva Highside is easy to match with a variety of clothes.
  • A lot of buyers mentioned the premium materials used in the shoe.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A few reviewers have mentioned that the shoe is too spacious inside that it doesn't support the feet enough.
  • Some have said that the shoe doesn't have enough cushion and is not advisable to wear for long distances as it can be painful.

Bottom line

Stylish, comfortable, and durable. The Teva Highside 84 pays tribute to the classic '80s silhouette that will make someone reminisce about the good days of riding skateboards, cruising malls, and playing with friends. It is a retro-inspired silhouette that combines premium materials of soft suede, durable ripstop nylon and EVA footbed to provide cushioning for comfort throughout the day.

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Good to know

The Teva Highside 84 comes in a broad range of men's and women's sizes.  This retro-inspired shoe uses a removable EVA foam footbed that provides excellent comfort on the feet. The insole also has an extra cushioning in the heel area that offers more support in each step.

This kick has a split midsole keeping the shoe flexible and lightweight. This kick also has a traditional D-ring lacing system design with padded tongue and collar for a more secure fit. The outsole is made of rugged rubber with 4mm lugs grips to support even the toughest terrain. The shoe feels slightly roomy, so it is advised to get a pair for half size down for those who are in between sizes.

The Teva Highside 84's is suitable for everyday use, a casual walk, or a little hiking.  

The Teva Highside 84 is a retro-silhouette that resembles a hiking shoe. The shoe upper is made of luscious ripstop fabric and soft suede material, creating a simple yet classy style and can be used regularly.

The double stitching in the midsole makes it feel that the shoe is thoughtfully designed. The durable outsole is built for any type of adventure, from city sidewalks to the forest trails. The Teva Highside 84 comes in many colorways from black, brown, green, red, and purple.

Because of its simple yet classy design, the shoe goes well with jeans and polos for a casual look.

What makes the Teva Highside 84 stand out is the ripstop mesh making the shoe water-resistant and, at the same time, lightweight. This kick has an Aegis antimicrobial treatment to keep the foot free from any odor. And importantly, Highside 84 is known for its removable insole that provides cushioning for extreme comfort and support on feet.

Teva is well known for providing good quality sport sandals. The shoe company all started back in 1984 from the shores of Grand Canyon when a river guide attached Velcro watchbands to an old pair of flip-flops while crossing the stream. For almost four decades, the Teva (pronounced as "teh-va") shoe retained the same shoe quality and trailblazing spirit that became an icon for practical style and comfort.

  • Uses ripstop fabric and soft suede  
  • Lace-up closure for a secure fit
  • A lightweight EVA-foam midsole for maximum comfort
  • Rubber outsole for durability and traction
  • Added Aegis® antimicrobial treatment keeps smells at bay



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