Verdict from 100+ user reviews

5 reasons to buy

  • The majority declared how satisfied they were with the comfortable feel of the Terra-Float Travel Lace.
  • This hiking sandal was definitely lightweight, according to most owners.
  • Don and doffing this hiker was easy, as observed by some wearers.
  • The attractive style of the Terra-Float Travel Lace from Teva received appreciation from a lot of hikers.
  • A few users loved how it provided them with breathability.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A considerable number of online buyers expressed disappointment about its narrow width, especially in the toe box area.
  • The Teva Terra-Float Travel Lace lacked arch support, as mentioned by a couple of users.

Bottom line

Those who prefer to traverse the outdoors with a comfortable and stylish pair of hiking sandals may find a friend in the Terra-Float Travel Lace. It was also testified to be convenient to put on and take off. However, it failed to satisfy in terms of arch support and fit. Taking everything into consideration, the Teva Terra-Float Travel Lace seems to suit narrow-footed hikers better. Those who have a wider foot may not find enjoyment in this footgear

Tip: see the best hiking sandals.

Good to know

  • The Terra-Float Travel Lace is a hybrid hiking sandal that combines lightness and durability in a single package. The materials used in the upper (leather, Ariaprene, pull-toggle lacing system) deliver convenience, comfort, and protection on the trails.
  • Its midsole carries the FloatLite technology for lightweight cushioning and long-lasting comfort. The brand’s Durabrasion rubber outsole, on the other hand, bites into different surfaces.

The Teva Terra-Float Travel Lace caters to female hikers with a medium-width feet. It comes in whole and half sizes and generally runs true to size. Its quick-to-adjust lacing system permits customization of fit.

The Terra-Float Travel Lace from Teva uses the brand-owned Durabrasion rubber outsole. This lightweight material balances grip and durability on various types of terrain. Its triangular lugs render multidirectional traction. Also, the toe and heel areas are designed with a wider ground contact to aid in uphill and downhill slopes.

This hiking sandal employs the FloatLite technology for its midsole. It works by maximizing energy return and cushioning without the bulk. In return, fatigue is reduced and comfort is enhanced. Also, a polyurethane (PU) footbed with Microfiber sits atop this structure to optimize underfoot comfort.

The upper of the Terra-Float Travel Lace features a waterproof leather and an easy-to-clean Ariaprene. The perforations and the vents near the arch and heel areas allow the sandal to dry quickly for a more comfortable feel. The toe area is reinforced for added protection.

This hiking sandal has a pull-toggle lacing system which allows quick adjustment. Pull tabs are attached at the top of the instep area and back of the sandal. These loops assist the users in a smooth on and off.

  • The men’s version of the Teva Terra-Float Travel Lace has been discontinued.
  • Other recommended Teva hiking sandals for women: Tirra and Verra.


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