I've put about two seasons of wear on my Teva Rivas and I've been very happy with them. They are my go to shoes for day hikes and when the weather becomes unfriendly to my chacos. I think that I've probably put over 100+ miles on them and have often worn them for over 10 hours straight and they have been very comfortable. Very little break-in period and I haven't had any problem with blisters or hotspots. I have superfeet oranges instead of the stock insole but when I tried them on they seemed fine as well.
The eVent linings have held up very well to all the wear here in the Pacific Northwest and combined with the leather uppers, my feet have never failed to stay dry. That being said, they do heat up quickly and become to hot to wear in warm/hot weather.
I've been very happy with the overall construction of the shoe. The Vibram soles are very sturdy and provide excellent traction even on some wet/slick surfaces. I also really like the thick rubber toe cap. The heal of the shoe is also leather which has been easy on my feet and shows no sign of wear.
The Revas make a great choice for a light hiking and PNW winter shoe. I couldn't be happier.