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Teva Women's Kayenta Studded Sandal

Item # 761425
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Key Features

  • Spun polyester webbing upper

  • Shoc Pad for maximum heel cushion

  • T.I.D.E Hydro water-channeling lugs on outsole

  • Durabrasion Rubber outsole for superior grip

  • Adjustable ankle strap for comfort


Our Price  $79.99
Sale Price  $54.96

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Product Description
teva No matter your destination, make sure you have the Teva Kayenta Studded Sandal. A spun polyester webbing upper gives you comfort and mobility, while an adjustable ankle strap keeps your feet secure during all manner of activity. The heel is cushioned by a soft Shoc Pad, which gives serious shock absorption and alleviates the fatigue that occurs from long use. If the weather gets nasty, don't think you have to worry about switching footwear. The Kayenta Sandal features a T.I.D.E. Hydro water-channeling lug pattern on the outsole that will keep you on your feet in wet situations, as well as Teva Durabrasion Rubber that provides superior traction and grip when you need it most. These open-toed sandals don't just look good, they perform even better. Imported.

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