by dpm | 07/29/2010
For the longest time, I used to think that flip-flops were quite possibly the worst invention to hit footwear since wooden clogs. Their annoying little thongs dug into the soft parts in-between your toes and were prone to breaking shortly after you bought them, leaving you with a ten dollar piece of uncomfortable plastic that made a better ping pong paddle than a solid piece of footwear. Zero arch support and zero actual connection to your foot was the name of the game for flip-flops. But that all changed when I admired my girlfriend sporting the Teva Mush sandals. At first it was the color that snagged my eye. Then it was the comfortable snug looking thong and the lack of flapping against the foot that it afforded. All of these lead to the greatest $25 purchase that I’ve ever made. Introducing, the Teva Mush. Many of you may already be experiencing this sandal, but for those of you on the outside, let me give you the low-down. The Teva Mush comes in all different strap patterns, making it near impossible to find one that doesn’t match your style. The sole is made out of a “mushy” material that once broken in, forms a perfect imprint of your foot, while maintaining a snug fit that other sandals lack. This all translates to a simple yet insanely comfortable design that quite possibly will be your first choice when stepping out the door, or taking off climbing shoes.
(Men’s and Women’s available)