Teva Launches Hur­ri­cane XLT 2 in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Sankuanz

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Out­door and ca­sual lifestyle brand Teva has launched its lat­est col­lab­o­ra­tion — this time with Chi­nese menswear la­bel Sankuanz.

The fea­tured style is the Hur­ri­cane XLT 2, reimag­ined with in­spi­ra­tion from Sankuanz’s fash­ion de­signer, Shang­guan Zhe, and fea­tur­ing the brand’s iconic Cross graph­ics.

The remixed clas­sic stands up to city treks and off-road hikes, fea­tur­ing the brand’s sig­na­ture web-strap de­sign that ad­justs to the foot, padded heel for en­hanced com­fort, Mi­croban zinc-based anti-mi­cro­bial treat­ment, foam mid­sole for light­weight cush­ion­ing, and rugged Durabra­sion Rub­ber out­sole.

The men’s and women’s san­dal, in white or black, will be avail­able ex­clu­sively at Open­ing Cer­e­mony and at Teva. The san­dals re­tail for $100.

Teva blends the com­fort and ac­tive worlds with its per­for­mance-driven con­struc­tion. While the brand launched as a prac­ti­cal out­door san­dal that stood up to any wa­ter con­di­tions, to­day’s fash­ion con­sumers have turned it into a wardrobe sta­ple, even adding socks. Fash­ion­istas have made Teva their own, em­brac­ing trend-driven looks such as its Mid­form Uni­ver­sal, Flat­form Uni­ver­sal style and Zamora styles — all nods to the plat­form trend.

The brand was born in the Grand Canyon in 1984 when a river guide rigged two Vel­cro watch­bands to­gether to an old pair of flipflops and cre­ated a shoe that would not float away. If you are won­der­ing what teva means, it is the He­brew word for na­ture.

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