We were really fond of the models Teva released during their brief foray into the bike industry. I can’t actually remember when a company has made a product that was so well received and subsequently killed their program. In contrast to the times Nike made attempts to crack the bike market, it was clear Teva did their homework and actually took their cues from the riders that were actually testing and using their products.
On the bright side, here’s our chance to pick up a few pairs of really nice shoes before they’re all gone at blow-out prices. Links after the jump. I can’t imagine stock will last long.
The Teva Pinner 2 is the best deal of the bunch. $35 for quality trail riding shoes for platforms? Seriously, get on this, now. They have a great rubber tread suitable for platform pedals, good for dirt jumping, trail riding or just practicing your skills.
I just ordered a pair off of Amazon and they only cost me $35. They listed at $90.
Buy them on Amazon: Teva Men’s Pinner 2 Shoes
At the blow out prices starting at under $60, I’m finally getting my hands on a pair of their SPD compatible Pivot model. Part of me thinks I should buy two. These shoes were priced reasonably at $150, and were well received. (see this Pink Bike review for example)
Seriously, $60. For SPD shoes. Go buy them. If you’re not sure, buy two and return one. I can’t imagine stock will last long. You’re welcome.
Buy on Amazon:Teva Men’s Pivot SPD Trail/ All Mountain Shoe
I really like the Teva Links Shoe I had for review, and have wanted a black model, so I ordered one of these too.
Buy a pair on Amazon:Teva Men’s The Links Shoe
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