Teva Mush Flyweight Review


I was walking on air the other day. Where did this Cloud 9 comfort come from? Teva. I know. There'??s your shocked face'?¦A fashionista wearing an adventure shoe? Just wait. Keep your skinny pants on. Before you lose all you faith in my accessory choices, prop up your espadrilles for a second and hear me out.

Teva just launched its Mush Flyweight Collection, a closed-toe version of their popular Mush flipflops. These little puppies are lightweight (weighing less than 5.4 ounces) and bring cute and comfy together'?¦something tough to find in a walking shoe.

Teva'??s Flyweight Women'??s Collection includes the adorable Mush Frio Mary Jane (I chose a fashionable gray/pink combo, but I also love the pool blue, shown above) and Mush Frio Ballerina for women. The signature Mush squishy-soft EVA sole material molds to your foot'??s contours, and with an anti-bacterial coating on the topsole and lining, your footsies always smell fresh.

They'??re collapsible, making them perfect for traveling (which is exactly what I did'?¦I wore them during our recent Quebec vacation, pairing them with sundresses and walking shorts).

The only problem I had was that no half sizes are available. Mine were a little snug after a while of walking. Guess that's just a good excuse to prop my own feet up, now isn't it?

Women'??s styles are $45, men'??s are $50 and are available at

Cheryl Fenton is a Boston-based freelance writer, who writes beauty, fashion and fitness for Boston Common, Stuff and Glamour magazines, as well as her own was not paid for this post. We did get samples.

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