1. A Spring Escape: Exploring Teva’s Backyard of Santa Barbara

    For those of you who live in Portland, Oregon, you know we’ve had a pretty rough winter this year. Now, I know what the rest of you are thinking. “You live in the Pacific Northwest and you should be used to it.” But I can assure you that out of the seven winter seasons I’ve spent in Portland, this winter has been particularly hard for your friends on the Upper Left Side. So when we got a call from Teva to join them on a trip to explore their beautiful backyard of Santa Barbara, we dropped everything we were doing and packed our bags. Spring break had come early for the RANGE team. … Read More

  2. Creative Conversations: Emily Hoy x Teva

    You may have seen Emily Hoy’s excellent collage skills in RANGE Magazine Issue Four accompanying the article “Going It Alone: Finding Solace in Solitary Hiking.” Not surprisingly, we aren’t the only folks who admire her work, which also consists of jewelry, graphics and textiles. Emily has created designs for Volcom and Manhattan Beachwear, and most recently, she was recruited by Teva to be a part of their Spring ’16 Artist Series, which the brand describes as their chance to honor the creative minds bringing their products to life through design. … Read More

  3. Through the Lens: Outdoor Retailer with Meg + Charles

    We typically spend the bulk of OUTDOOR RETAILER running around the Salt Palace from appointment to appointment. In the past we have shot upwards of 3,000 photos over the course of the trade show in hopes of capturing every significant product being released for the upcoming season. While incredibly efficient, it also becomes super boring and we end up running frantically from booth to booth without truly enjoying the MAGICAL MOMENTS that Outdoor Retailer provides.

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  4. Teva – The OG Sport Sandal

    Teva, the OG sport sandal gods, will debut a new limited-edition offering of its iconic sport sandals throughout the spring and summer of 2013. This is excellent news if you are interested in looking sharp, and maintaining optimum comfort while walking, hiking or cruising around town. Teh-Vuh, not Tee-Vuh –say it with me– which translates to “nature” in Hebrew, created the original sport sandal in 1984 when a Grand Canyon river guide blended the “best parts of a shoe and sandal”. The outdoor community has never skipped a beat when it comes to their affinity for the sport sandal, and in recent years the fashion industry has also started to pay attention to this functional silhouette.

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