Versatile Styles For Wherever The Day Takes You—Shop Now
Home Page

Detail Images

  • Teva - Grandview GTX Hiking Boot - Women's -

Current Color

Teva Grandview GTX Hiking Boot - Women's


Grandview GTX Hiking Boot

Comfortable, durable, waterproof—the Grandview Hiking Boot has it all. This well-cushioned and stylish hiking boot will support everything from all-day endeavors to week-long backpacking trips. GORE-TEX protection makes it easy to continue trekking even under gloomy skies, while its wide-toed design and soft knit lining deliver wiggle room and all-day comfort.

  • A solid hiking boot for long treks and multi-night trips
  • Durable leather construction can handle your most arduous adventures
  • GORE-TEX insert ensures waterproof, breathable performance
  • Adjustable heel lock system encourages down-hill comfort and support
  • Responsive footbed cushions your foot and adds a spring to your step
  • Stable footbed built with shanks for top support on uneven trails
  • Wide toe box provides a natural, comfortable fit as you hike
  • Sticky Vibram outsole delivers reliable footing on variable terrain
  • Item #TEVY14G

Upper Material
waterproof leather, GORE-TEX Leaf
micro waffle knit
EVA foam, TPU shank
Vibram Megagrip rubber
Claimed Weight
[single] 13.6oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2

If you have wide feet, these are for you

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought

I admittedly have quite narrow feet, but liked the look of these so I wanted to give them a try. These were way very loose through the ankle, too wide through the toe box, and I was wearing them with my medium weight hiking socks. I also didn't care for the water proofing liner as it made noise while walking, and I didn't think the sole was all that comfortable. The blue color was quite lovely, and I did really like the design and look of these, but unfortunately had to return. For reference, my current hiking shoes are La Sportiva, and they're perfect for me (I just need a boot instead of a shoe).

>Rating: 5

Great Hiking Boots

I've put it through the wringer

I got these boots for backpacking and hiking in Utah. I used them this fall on a backpacking trip in the Uintas and loved them. I wore them for 20+ miles and didn't get any blisters or hot spots. I am normally anywhere between a 8.5-9.5 in shoes and got the 9. They are a bit roomy in the toe box, so they work for me because I have fairly wide feet. I am excited to use these more next summer!


What is the heel-to-toe drop of the women's Teva Grandview?