Teva Women's Tirra

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Teva Tirra - The Teva Tirra sport sandal was designed specifically for a woman's foot to provide unmatched comfort and performance in the water. With its unmistakably feminine strap configuration and multiple adjustment options for a secure fit, the women's Tirra allows you to tackle any obstacle in style.

Support and Cushioning:

  • Cushioning sponge EVA topsole.
  • Drop-in EVA topsole cradles and supports your foot for all-day comfort

Insulation:

  • Nonmarking Spider Rubber® outsoles with drainage ports and aggressive lug design bite into mixed terrain and shed debris that can slow you down
  • Microban zinc-based anti-microbial treatment keeps the stink down

Comfort:

  • Neoprene foam and stretch mesh are comfortable and quick drying for rafting trips and river crossings

Fabric:

  • Neoprene backs the straps for added comfort; moisture-wicking polyester mesh linings are soft against bare skin and dry quickly
  • Nylon shank provides stability and protection as you walk over sharp rocks and sticks
  • Quick dry materials will keep you from getting bogged down
  • Polyester webbing and synthetic leather uppers stand up to the demands of multisport use; straps easily adjust with rip-and-stick tabs to supply a custom, secure fit
  • Molded nylon shanks offer stability and support underfoot for exceptional performance on mixed terrain

Midsole:

  • Soft, compression-molded EVA topsoles and midsoles absorb shock and transfer it for enhanced push-off energy

Fit:

  • Women's specific shape and fit
  • Multiple points of adjustment on the straps allow for the perfect fit

Padding:

  • Shoc Pad provides increased shock absorption in the heel and disperses impact throughout the footbed
  • A soft Shoc Pad in the heel gives you serious shock absorption

Traction and Grip:

  • Spider Rubber outsole for excellent wet traction
  • Spider Original rubber is made to grip like crazy in wet environments

Upper:

  • Synthetic upper is quick-drying.

Features:

  • Microban antimicrobial technology uses the natural antibacterial properties of zinc to prevent stinky bacteria and fungus growth
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  • Water-channeling lug pattern helps to maintain solid footing
  • Microban® zinc-based treatment provides antimicrobial protection
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Onlineshoes.com
Get performance for water sports with the Teva Tirra sandal. This women's water sandal features a webbing and synthetic upper with three adjustable straps. The women's-specific design, EVA footbed, compression-molded EVA midsole and nylon stability shank keep you supported. A Spider Rubber outsole creates excellent wet/dry, multi-terrain traction.

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FEATURES of the Teva Women's Tirra Sandal.

SummitHut.com

The Teva Tirra was designed specifically for a woman's foot in order to provide unmatched comfort and performance in the water. With its unmistakably feminine strap configuration and multiple adjustment options for a secure fit, the Tirra can tackle any obstacle with ladylike grace – just like you.


Backcountry.com
Teva designed the Tirra Sandal for the well-traveled female who is looking for style and function in wet and dry climates.

REI

At home in the water or on terra firma, the Teva Tirra sandals mesh fun, feminine style and multisport performance for everyday, go-anywhere use.

Imported.


6pm.com
Specifically designed for a woman, the Tirra™ will give you the freedom you need in a sandal.
Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
This item was consolidated to us from one of our retail stores. While it may be slightly shopworn or without it's original packaging, it's otherwise in perfect condition and is still covered by our guarantee.
Unmistakably feminine, the Tirra provides unmatched comfort and performance in the water. An adjustable strap configuration provides a secure fit so you can tackle any obstacle with grace.

Country of Origin: Imported


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Multiple adjustment options ensure a secure fit. Neoprene foam package and stretch mesh linings allow quick drying. Spider Original rubber outsoles with water-channeling lug pattern for wet traction. Shoc Pad™ in the heels. Microban® antimicrobial protection. Imported.
Women's sizes: 6-10 medium width. Half sizes to 10.
Colors:  Black/Grey, Chocolate Chip, Red, Aquamrine, Purple.
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Also available for: Girls, Toddler Girls
Activity:Watersports
Adjustable Forefoot Straps:Yes
Adjustable Heel Straps:No
Average footwear weight (pair):1 lb. 2 oz.
Avg. Weight (Pair):1 lb. 4 oz.
Footwear closure:Rip-and-stick
Lining:Polyester mesh/neoprene
Midsole:Compression-molded EVA
Outsole:Spider Rubber
Shank:Nylon
Support:Molded nylon shank
Toe Style:Open
Toe coverage:Open toe
Topsole:EVA
Upper:Polyester webbing/synthetic leather
Weight:9 oz
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Teva Tirra Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Best sandals I've ever had

I need arch support and have only had one other pair of sandals that have been good. They were finally wearing out after a few years. The problem was they were leather. I needed something that could get wet and still be comfy. I also needed something that had a little support, was cushy,and stayed on without any effort.

These are amazing. I broke them in a little just to get my feet used to them and the straps soft, then took them on my adventure to the Galapagos. We raced off to a "cliff" jumping point,which was really a ravine, as the sun set quickly. None of us were smart enough to bring flashlights, and as it got darker, I headed back before everyone else, knowing that I wouldn't be able to see all the way back. It was all lava rock, some of which was loose and some of it was like stepping stones- you had to jump from one to the next. Luckily, I didn't jump in the water and get my feet wet like everyone else. I think my feet would have slid a little in the shoes. It was pitch black by the time I got halfway back. I only could go by memory and the bushes around me. I wasn't paying attention much on the way there, because we were all running to get there. My legs were super tired but I picked my way back step by step in the dark. If I had had any other shoes on, I would have fallen, but even though I came close at least a few times, these shoes gripped the rocks and the straps held.

I would have seriously hurt myself if I'd fallen and I am so grateful these shoes were so awesome. The neoprene is the best part, as even when wet, they didn't bother me (as long as there wasn't sand in there). It also makes the straps soft both when dry and wet, like extra cushion. They are grippy and the velcro makes them adjustable- If I hadn't been able to tighten them just before going back on that trail things would have turned out very differently. The only downside is that because they are strapped in multiple places on your feet, sand and little pebbles can get caught. If the straps are on the loose side you can flick it out but most of the time I had to undo the strap a bit. I even wore them while snorkeling because I hate water shoes. I was careful not to expose the side of my foot or my toes to the urchins, but they really protected the bottom of my feet and on the slick rocks at the beach, they gripped fairly well ( can't expect too much when algae is involved). I love them. When these wear out I'm getting another pair =D.
Katie the kayaker at REI on 03/03/2012

I researched a bit before I bought these, and Backcountry had the lowest price and best deal. I wasn't sure what size to get, as I had tried some on at a shoe store. So I bought my normal shoe size (not my running shoe size), and when I got them, I was so pleased. They actually move with my feet, instead of my feet having to pick up a flip flop every time I take a step. I wore them in the wilderness around camp for almost 2 weeks, and they stayed clean and protected my feet. The soles have a lot of cushion between my feet and the rocks and sticks on the ground, and my feet were safely secured by the straps so they wouldn't move forward and get stubbed. They're awesome for the summer (and fall/spring), don't smell (because they don't soak up any nastiness), and wash and dry easily (I just wore them in the water). Comfortable, less expensive than Chaco's, and for those wondering how the shoes look, as a college student I haven't gotten any weird looks, and will wear them all around campus this fall haha. I bought the green ones, and the color is cool but not too bright so that I can wear them out with a nice outfit, too. Love them, as the 5-stars show. Best shoe-purchase I've made in a while. :)

lrp4749827 at Backcountry.com on 07/26/2011

I Like em

I have hard-to-fit feet (surgeries, bunions, blister-prone) and have been looking for months for a pair of comfy all-purpose shoes to wear to Europe in June. It's a trip that will cover Wales to Budapest - with varying weather, but one thing is certain: There WILL be rain! These will cover all situations: tromping, walking in Paris, train hopping, and they even look enough like regular sandals that I can get away with wearing them with a long skirt to the opera.

It's been a tough trip to pack light for, but these will take care of a variety of situations - and if I get caught out in a rainstorm, no big whoop.

I'd give them 5 stars if they had a teeny bit more cushion and arch. (Of course, most folks have more forgiving feet than I do.) I preferred the footbed of the men's Teva Toachis, but the uppers weren't nearly as comfy as these. These were just the all 'round best sport sandals for my aching feet.

But overall, I'm quite happy with them. I'm still in the break-in phase and haven't had more than minor chafing.
TrishB at REI on 05/05/2013

great sandal

I normally wear a 10 to 10 1/2 in closed toe shoes and purchased these in a 9 1/2. This is not to say the size does not run true - it is just that these are sandals and therefore tightness in the toes does not present the same issue. I have long feet with a medium to almost wide forefoot, and a narrow mid-foot with an extremely narrow heel and skinny ankle. That makes it hard to find any shoe that fits. The 9 1/2 was just long enough - a 10 would have been a bit better in legnth, but I couldn't snug the 10s enough around my ankles. This is a problem for me in any sandal so it is not a knock on these. That given, the 9 1/2 has proved to be a reaonsable compromise. They are very comfortable and I can walk all day in these sandals. Although they are sporty, I plan to wear them for teaching - they still look fine with casual skirts; comfortable feet are a must when I have to stand for long periods. Overall, very satisfied with this purchase.
hiker/teacher at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2012

Comfy, look good, have held up well

I wore these on an all-day class IV rapids raft trip in Ecuador. We had to hike DOWN a very long, steep mountain to get to the river, almost an hour in drizzle through thick slimy mud. The sandals were brand new and for the first 2 minutes I was determined to keep them clean... but quickly gave up that idea. I rode the front of the raft for hours with feet in the water, hitting rocks. When I got back to the hotel the sandals cleaned up beautifully. They have traveled to 4 other countries as well for close to 3 months total and still look new. My feet are extremely wide (especially for their short length); I ordered 1/2 size down and they are plenty long enough and remarkably even comfortably wide enough. Only complaint is the placement of velcro on the ankle strap; the velcro barely overlaps and the remaining uncovered velcro catches on things. It's as if Teva was expecting the average ankle to be a good 2" less around. Doesn't make sense. Comfortable from the start with no break-in period, even in day-long hiking.
Rabbit Queen at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2011

Great Sandals

The footbed on these are so comfortable - even more comfortable than some sneakers I own. They have a springy gel feel to them. And the bottom of the soles are sneaker-like as well. The straps on top are thin enough to be a little bit feminine, which is a nice touch. I can't comment on the color fastness, as I have only had them for a couple weeks. These are really great for kayaking (my reason for purchase), the beach, or walking around town or the campground! My only gripe: The front part of the ankle strap, the padding does not go all the way across, it stops at about 2/3 of the way, and the edge digs into my skin. It took me a couple days to get used to it, and it feels better now. Of course, every foot is different, and you may not have this problem! But I definitely recommend trying these on before you buy.

Also: Teva has always seemed to size big. I wear an 8 in almost everything else, but in Tevas I've often had to go 7 or 7.5.
Elizabeth at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2010

Great Sandal!

I bought a pair of the black colored ones on sale for a great price! I usually take an 9 or 9.5 size, which they didn't have in the store in the color I wanted. I tried on te 8.5. I have never had a pair of sandals where my foot and heels felt so supported. I decided to try the 8.5 size out.
It is really wonderful how you can adjust the velcro straps to fit your foot. The 8.5's are just a tad too small in length so I decided to order online the size 9. While the length is better, they are too wide for my feet. When I cinch up the straps to fit my feet then there are flaps of strap that don't have any place to velcro to so they flap around. I am going to take the 9 back and keep the 8.5.

I know I am going to get a lot of good out of these sandals and they are made very well. Comfortable to go for walks in.
Nature Glimpses at REI on 05/05/2012

I bought these for a whitewater kayak trip in Europe. At home, sandal season is very short and I haven't had a pair for a few years.
These sandals worked great, I wore them the whole trip and have been wearing them since I returned home as well, very comfortable. I have very narrow feet, the velcro engagement on the forefoot is only about 25% but the straps never came off in the water. I probably won't get as much life out of these sandals as people with normal feet. The foot bed is soft and comfortable and the straps dry moderately fast.
I find the Tirras more comfortable and better fitting than my previous sandals (Chacos, which couldn't be adjusted narrow enough). I would recommend the Tirras and would buy them again. I found them true to size. They make my feet feel secure in the water, on the trail, and around town. A very multipurpose shoe. They also held up well in the salt water and didn't develop the saltwater stink.

sus4152306 at Backcountry.com on 06/15/2012

Great hiking sandal, from a beginner

I bought these for my first ever hiking/ camping trip and loved them. I wore hiking shoes for the major hikes in and out of the Grand Canyon and wore these sandals for the day hikes and time at camp. They were extremely comfortable, supportive, and had hard enough soles to not feel any of the rocky, uneven terrain on which I was hiking. Also wore them up and down a wet rock face and set of ladders to get to the bottom of a water fall, and climbed up a wall to get to some caves all very well.

The only drawback was that I spent time breaking in my hiking shoes and didn't wear these much before my trip. I did get a blister on the inside of each of my feet from these, but overall they were extremely comfortable and sturdy. I'd recommend them highly!
llilacs13 at REI on 09/09/2013

Cute AND comfortable

These are really comfortable shoes that do not look like the usual sport/water sandals. They are super light and comfy, but are cute and stylish enough that you can wear them around town or take them traveling and wear them out to dinner and not look geeky. The straps are all adjustable so you can fine-tune the fit and the ankle strap is plenty long enough to have it tighter or looser depending on how secure you need it to be.

The Tirra's are particularly good for my feet as I have bone spurs and most sandals have straps that are positioned in a way as to cut into them. With the multiple straps up front on these shoes, nothing digs in or rubs. I plan to buy another pair.
Redbear at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2010

Negative Reviews:

Could've been my summer shoe

Researched sandals for my problem, hard-to-fit feet (bunions) for a long time. Bought these based on the reviews and reasonable price (on sale). They fit very well, with an excellent supportive footbed. They are rugged and seem like they will hold up to a lot of wear. However, I developed a contact allergy from the rubbing of the nylon and stitching on the straps. I was disappointed to have to return them. Unfortunately I will have to invest in higher-end all-leather brands.
Minnie at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2011

Straps impede comfort

I have been looking for a pair of watershoes that would look kind of cool to replace my current pair. I am a big Teva fan and thought these would be great. When I 1st put them on I loved them. However, after wearing them around the house, the straps began to cut into my ankle. There just is't adequate padding. It actually felt good to take them off.
wrks2ski at REI on 06/06/2010

I really loved the look of these, and at first they were really comfortable, but after I wore them for about a month, my feet hurt so bad I could barely walk. I have high arches and there was adequate arch support, but there was also cushioning on the outside edge that pushed my foot up and in. I ended up having to return.

brip7450 at Backcountry.com on 09/13/2012

disappointing

They are very comfortable WITH SOCKS. Over bare feet, the straps chafe. With bare feet, the sole does not breathe and my feet sweat (no matter the weather) and the sole stinks terribly. They are relatively easy to clean, but who wants to worry that their feet smell and wash their shoes at the end of every day?
just sayin at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2013

Neutral Reviews:

I don't have narrow feet, but there is not enough velcro to tighten the front straps down. It doesn't seem like most people have this problem, so maybe it's only in the smaller sizes? I could probably have gone down a half size, but I don't see a 5.5. I have also bought the kids sizes, but they don't have as much cushion, so I won't buy them again. If I add some velcro, these will probably work well for me, though.

jen3172131 at Backcountry.com on 10/15/2013

Love the style and colors but, alas, I have VERY narrow feet and these sandals, though adjustable, are not narrow enough. Not a slam against TEVA but a commentary on shoe manufacturer's in general: you've forsaken us who have narrow feet. Overall, I'd prefer a narrower foot bed, and slightly wider straps around toe area for more secure feeling.

S. L. S. at Backcountry.com on 08/09/2010

One foot fits great, not the other......

One foot fits comfortably but the other side is causing cuts under the straps. The fabric keeps rubbing against my skin despite constantly adjusting the straps. With bandaids the foot with the cut is comfortable though. Maybe they need to be worn in better so I'm holding off final comments until then.
Ann at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 09/09/2010