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Teva's Carbon Sneaker

Designed to grip a pedal or slick streets with style

by Largetail in Style on 09 September 2013

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Teva's commuter sneaker, the Carbon, isn't just for bike-riders. It's streetwear designed to combat all kinds of slippery situations with style. Offering a super-traction sole—composed of Spider365 rubber and a PedalLINK pattern—and designed in conjunction with a team of professional free-ride bikers, these shoes are optimized for interfacing both a bike pedal and slick roads. While keeping with Teva's guaranteed comfort, they offer a snug, secure grip. They've been designed with bike commuters in mind, but regardless of how you're getting around, the Carbon carries ergonomic control and solid grip.

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An upgrade from other casual shoes, the Carbon contours to your feet while resting them atop a lush insole. All materials are waterproofed, and can hold up better than most sneakers in fairly wild environments. A full-grain leather vamp also guarantees protection against pedal toe cages, or even street scrapes. On the design side, the leather and canvas upper are cleanly partnered, yielding a simple, sleek appearance. The reflective detailing matches style and function. Altogether, it's a classic low-top look touched with flourishes. For a reliable experience in innovation, the Teva Carbon has much to offer, whether you're a bike commuter, or just someone who likes to keep their feet on the ground.

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Teva's Carbon are available for purchase online for $90.

Photos by Hans Aschim

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