To mark the 100th anniversary of the Grand Canyon as a national park, Teva has introduced a new series of outdoor sandals designed to pay tribute to the region that gave the company life.
The first Teva sandal was born in the Grand Canyon in 1984 when a river guide strapped two Velcro watchbands to his flip-flops to keep them from coming off and disappearing downstream. In tribute to its flagship sandal’s birthplace, the now-renowned brand recently debuted a new limited-edition collection commemorating the Grand Canyon’s centennial as a designated national park (in addition to donating $100,000 to the Grand Canyon Conservancy). Each GC100 sandal features a unique pattern inspired by the regional landscape — its layered red rocks, winding rivers, and vivid sunsets — and is crafted to Teva’s signature standard of comfort and durability (from $50). Fit the whole family in colorful G100 sandals — and take along a matching tote — for your next outdoor adventure. We suggest a September trip to the park: In addition to breathtaking views, you’ll find artists lining the South Rim to paint en plein air for a week during the Grand Canyon Conservancy’s annual Celebration of Art.
Women's GC100 Original
Men's GC100 Hurricane Kid's GC100 Hurricane X2
Featured in the May/June 2019 issue.