Teva’s updated their freeride shoes and added several sweet looking casual commuter kicks.
The Links get some new colors, above, and the black model gets . If you haven’t seen the bottoms, the Pedalink tread has tons of little diamond shapes to grab the pins on flat pedals. It’s very grippy while being durable enough not to get shredded by the pins.
They’ve also added the new Links Mid designed with Cam McCaul for a bit more ankle protection and sizing goes down to a men’s size 5 to fit more women.
Pinner gets two new colors, too. It’s a softer (suede upper) little brother to the Links without the heel cup reinforcement.
Crank is a new casual commuter cycling shoe. It has a vulcanized rubber outsold and Pedalink tread. Four low options and one mid top. Kid’s sizes, too.
Two more new casual models are the Joyride (left) and Roller (right). They’re treaded up with the Spider Rubber Trailink outsole, and the Roller has a couple colors (like this gray one) with a seatbelt like material for the uppers that looks really, really good in person. Want.