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Never Miss A Step With Teva Fuse-Ion For Women…

There’s just something about hot, wet, sticky feet that isn’t too appealing to me. So you can see why I’m less than a fan of wearing rainboots during the warm summer months. However, the idea of wearing any other sort of footwear throughout the grimy, rain-soaked streets of New York is unheard of – that is, until Teva’s Fuse-Ion for women.

Upon first glance, these “adventure shoes” remind you of the fashions of old school Converse, Keds or Vans sneakers. But when you look a little closer, you’ll notice there’s a little more to these performance shoes that meets the eye. Teva’s Fuse-Ion technology boasts a waterproof, fashionable shoe with a slip-resistant sole that makes running in the rain a breeze!

Recently, I put these kicks to the test – ripping and running throughout the streets of NYC during Wednesday’s rainstorm…

 

As you can see, the Teva Fuse-Ion’s made it easy for me to maneuver throughout the wet and rainy city, while staying dry.

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Check out this video for more on the technology behind the Ion Fusion…

T.I.D.E. GRIP

  • Spider Rubber + JStep outsole will stick to a grease-covered aluminum ramp, wet rocks, slippery stairs and more!

T.I.D.E. HYDRO

  • Drain Frame™ sheds water like a sieve, keeping your soles dry and light

 

From steep wet pavement, to stairs, to subway stations and more! The Teva Fuse-Ion shoes aren’t just adventure shoes for hiking in the wilds of Mother Nature, they’re also necessary for comfortable navigation through the concrete jungles of NYC.

Interested in owning a pair of Teva Fuse-Ion kicks?  They’re available for $90 online at Teva.com 

 

*Disclaimer: Teva provided DivasandDorks.com with a pair of Fuse-Ion for Women shoes to review.  All opinions listed in the post are 100% my own.*

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