Who should buy the Teva Terra-Float 2 Universal
The Teva Terra-Float 2 Universal is an excellent travel companion, especially for those who can forgive its handful of flaws. It is a solid option if you:
- Prefer a comfortable yet sturdy sandal built for hikers who prefer going through trails with enhanced agility.
- Prefer a sandal that has a strap connecting the sandal’s forefoot and ankle straps, giving it better structural integrity as a result.
- Prefer a sandal that is revamped for improved surface traction.
Excellent grip on slippery surfaces
Giving trail adventurers enough grip on slippery surfaces is the Terra-Float 2 Universal’s Durabrasion outsole with Float-Lite technology.
Teva engineers furnished it with triangular lugs to help hikers move around loose-soiled terrain with increased footing security.
Stability and cushioning over uneven terrain
The footgear’s single-piece midsole made of EVA (ethylene-vinyl acetate) is what provides stability and cushioning over uneven terrain. It's built to mitigate shock thanks to its chunky yet springy construction.
Addressing the need for extra comfort and support underfoot is the non-removable footbed nested right on top of it.
This quick-drying hiker from Teva houses the foot in its water-ready polyester webbing upper. It is lined with soft fabric on the inside for added comfort.
Adjustable closure system
The straps that serve as the closure system are engineered with hook-and-loop fasteners, making them highly adjustable. These straps are linked together via triangular buckles made of tough plastic-like material.