Teva launched a dedicated MTB shoe, the link, just a few years ago but the product line has grown rapidly ever since. Now their offerings also include lifestyle shoes in a whole spectrum of different colors. Check out the new offerings and color ways after the break…

Teva’s new Roller will retail for aprx ~$70 USD and will be available next spring. The casual shoe is based off their performance oriented sole but perfect for everyday use and commuting.

The Joyride, which will be available in Spring 2013, is offered in a mid or low cut.

The full leather version will retail for aprx~$100. The nylon version (left and center) will retail for aprx ~$80.

The insole looks comfortable.

Love their commuter/casual gear but don’t want to wait till Spring 2013? The Crank shoe is currently on shelves now and they’re now being offered in this classy red.

The Links are Teva’s performance oriented mountain bike shoe. They where designed in conjunction with Jeff Lenosky and have proven to be very popular. You didn’t have to venture far to find someone at the SF Bike Expo rocking a pair. For 2013 they’re introducing a few new colors.

A lot of MTB riders (myself included) rate ankle protection as a requirement for DH/DJ oriented shoes. These new Sam Pilgrim Edition Links offer plenty of ankle protection and a sweet new red colorway…just in case the baby blue (just visible in the background) didn’t quite match your ride.



  1. If you go to their site you’ll see that none of their soles have a cleat interface – they are designed for platform pedals.

  2. @stratosrally the Links comes with three lace color options…pull out the blue and replace with black, and you have a very understated shoe. Love the water-resistance coating on these shoes, and they have even held up to a chainsaw nick while trailbuilding. But the heel-rise/toe-drop felt funny to me. Love the soft flex on my Vans half cabs…MTB specific platform shoes are overrated!

What do you think?