Teva Reworks the OMNIUM for SS20

A hybrid sports sandal from 2009.

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Teva Japan brings back the OMNIUM for this Spring/Summer 2020 season. The hybrid sports sandal offers more versatility when compared to the traditional sandal due to its overall foot coverage — offering more protection to the top of the foot with increased support.

Originally released in 2009, the new OMNIUM sees a subdued colorway release in black or taupe. The OMNIUM also features an adjustable heel strap, a quick-release ankle buckle, and an elasticated cinch. All this sits atop Teva’s Spider rubber outsole and is made from durable synthetic leather.

Look for these to drop over at Teva Japan on July 1 for a price of ¥16,800 JPY (approximately $155 USD).

In other footwear news, nonnative and Suicoke combine for a duo of luxe leather-equipped sandals.

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