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October 15, 2021

Women's Teva Midform Boots Review

As an avid wearer of Teva sandals, I was intrigued by the new Women's Teva Midform boots when I saw them in store. Teva is known for their sustainable materials, and I can always count on them for ultra comfortable, sporty footwear. While I'm partial to their Hurricane XLT2 hiking sandals and flatform sandals, I've been searching for some transitional ankle boots to pair with dresses and cropped denim for fall and winter. The new Teva Midform boots were love at first sight. They come in white swan, black, and sand dune. They blend the rugged look of a hiking boot with a no-nonsense combat boot, combined with the reliable comfort of a Teva sandal or sneaker. 

August 26, 2022 update - Shop Teva Midform Boots in new colors for Fall 2022:

I took home a pair in white swan, pictured below.

Keep reading for a review of the Teva Midform boots including tips on materials, fit, and sizing.

Women's Teva Midform boots white swan

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Appearance and Performance

The Teva Midform boots feature D-ring details, a pull tab, sustainably sourced leather, recycled welt/outsole materials, and a versatile look that works for hiking, for days on your feet, or for "fashion with a capital F" looks. I wore mine out for a day in the rural wine country and got two compliments from strangers. (It's rare that people stop me in my tracks to compliment my shoes.) What I love most is the 1.5" platform that adds height without compromising on comfort. At $140, they are a bit of an investment, but like my other Teva shoes, they're well worth it. 


When I saw the boots in store, I couldn't decide on a colorway. The sand dune is a nice deep tan neutral which would match just about anything. Since I don't have any ivory boots, I went with the white swan. The leather uppers feel very smooth and durable. The insole has remarkable cushioning and a memory foam topsole. Although I was concerned about keeping them looking new, the uppers are easy to clean with a damp cloth, and any dirt comes off easily. Did I mention that these boots are water repellent? They're also lightweight, so your feet won't feel fatigued after wearing them. They'd be just as suitable to hit the trails as to wear to work or for running around town.

Fit and Sizing

I bought my normal size, but the Teva Midofrm boot footbed runs slightly narrow. If you have wide feet, or you plan to wear them with thick socks, then I'd go up a half to a whole size. I wore mine all day with ankle socks and I'm happy to report that I did not get blisters. The Midform boots are comfortable right out of the box; no breaking in required. There is little to no stretch, so if you're unsure about sizing, go up in size. The laces allow you to customize the fit to some extent, and the pull tab allows for easy on and off. 

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