Verdict from +100 user reviews

5 reasons to buy

  • Many reviewers say that the shoe feels warm but not too hot when worn on feet.
  • A lot of buyers compliment the comfort the Teva Ember Moc Shearling provides. 
  • A couple of buyers mention that they like using the shoe outdoors and for early morning walks at the park.
  • One satisfied customer who has neuropathy has mentioned that the padding helps and supports their feet.
  • Just like other Teva shoes, the Ember Moc Shearling is very stylish, according to some reviewers.

2 reasons not to buy

  • One dissatisfied buyer mentions that the shoe has no arch support.
  • One customer says that the shoe is poorly made for its price.

Bottom line

The Teva Ember Moc Shearling is a slipper sneaker that brings you to a whole new level of comfort. Just like its predecessor, this shoe will make you feel cozier even on the coldest nights. This stylish shoe-slipper uses a soft wool lining that will keep your toes and feet warm during the winter. Not only that, but this shoe is also great for morning walks at the park.

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Good to know

The Teva Ember Moc Shearling is available in men's and women's sizing. This kick has a lightweight EVA midsole and cushioned footbed that provides a slipper-like comfort. Meanwhile, the molded rubber outsoles provide traction and durability that are suitable for a variety of terrain.

This shoe uses a no-lace, slip-on system and features a collapsible stretchy polyester on the heel for easy fitting. On top of that, the Teva Ember Moc Shearling is also made from soft wool shearling that keeps the cold at bay. This shoe is suitable for morning walks, light activities, camping, or traveling.  

The Ember Moc Shearling is a low-top shoe-slipper sneaker that exudes classiness and style. The natural wool shearling upper has been dyed from Vietnam and quilted for a cozier look. Following its predecessor, this shoe feels very laidback that surely takes you to morning walk of fresh air at the park or camping nights in the forest with friends and family. You will feel the heartwarming vibe of this kick from the two available colorways: the pecan and black. 

As laidback as it gets, this pair of kick can easily match with jeans or khaki pants topped with a knitted sweater. It also goes well with your favorite pajamas or winter clothes

What makes the Teva Ember Moc Shearling standout is the premium upper of supple suede for a luxe feel and look. It also has a water-resistant mesh that keeps your feet dry and cozy from light water splashes. furthermore, the heel is constructed in a collapsible stretchy material for an easy on and off.

Teva started from the shores of Grand Canyon back in 1984 when a river guide attached Velcro watchbands on almost worn-out slippers to pass by a stream. From then, Teva produced good quality shoes and slippers using premium materials that could endure and survive the different and challenging terrains. And for more than three decades now, Teva keeps on producing quality products that could match the needs of every individual.

The Ember Moc was born from the idea of wanting a shoe that could get on and off easily. Teva's Senior Footwear Designer, Cori Steel, says that they wanted to create a universal outdoor shoe that people can wear when camping or traveling on airplanes. They started designing the shoe with different closure systems from laces, zippers to velcro sleeping bags but later on realized that they want a more simple approach. And they ended up using a collapsible heel design that was inspired by Teva's first water shoe and the Teva's heritage webbing patterns.

  • The Teva Ember Moc Shearling can be easily packed for quick travels.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.