Teva Stilettos for Climbing Divas

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by Lola (Akinmade) Åkerström Dec 14, 2010

Photos courtesy of New High (M)art

Grey Ant and Teva have joined forces to introduce the latest in rugged climbing shoes…stilettos

These new soles are a collaboration between Grey Ant and Teva® called the “Grey Ant x Teva Stilleto” which pairs Teva’s hurricane sport sandals with Grey Ant’s edgy designs.

According to retailers, New High (M)art:

This co-branded effort sees Grey Ant marrying the Teva® velcro-strap styling and grip-sole construction to a bold 4″ stacked heel. They’re calling it the most comfortable, performance high heel on the planet — we call it the most daring mash-up of the decade. This is anti-fashion at its purest. And so good when paired with socks.

Teva Stilletos

Is this truly from the same Teva® we know?

Yes, Teva. (Apologies to anyone who just spit coffee onto her computer screen.)

Now you might have sworn off the all-terrain sandal the last time you caught fish at Red Lake (more like Phish at Red Rocks), but the unmistakable grip-sole construction and sturdy Velcro straps — with tribal pattern, natch — have been countered with a four-inch stacked heel.

They’ve been dubbed the most comfortable high-performance heels on the planet by their engineers — and pretty damn good-looking by us…Read more from Daily Candy

The shoe comes in two limited styles: “Worlds Unite” black and white with a velcro closure, and “Natural” in tan with a buckle closure. For “full-effect”, New High (M)art recommends you pair the shoes with “outdoorsy-style socks.”

Personally, I find the tan-colored version quite attractive and could totally rock it. So if you’re in the market for durable, lightweight, and high-performance heels that wouldn’t break while out rock scrambling, look no further.

Price: $330 to look fabulously fierce while climbing Half Dome | BUY

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