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Flying Colors

The Teva x Cotopaxi collection combines playful prints and repurposed materials for products that are as sustainable as they are colorful.

Teva Sandals

Teva Original Universal Sandal

Timeless with a twist.

One of Teva’s very first sandals, made with the same remnant fabric we use to create our limited edition Teca Windbreakers.

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Made With (Re)Purpose

Made from 100% remnant fabric, the Teca Half-Zip is uniquely eco-friendly, and with this collab, Teva’s Original Universal sandal is too. Made partially from repurposed ripstop sourced from Cotopaxi's supply chain, the sandal mirrors what makes the Teca so cool: its sustainability.

TECA Half-Zip Windbreaker

Block the breeze with all the steez.

Retro lines, repurposed materials, real packable. Our signature Teca Half-Zip with a dose of Teva flair.

Teva Tecas

Support our grant to the Boys and Girls Club of Hollywood

As part of this collaboration, Teva and Cotopaxi have provided a grant to the Boys and Girls Club of Hollywood to help youth—and especially youth of color—access the outdoors. You can also donate to this cause through the Cotopaxi Foundation.


Similar company missions inspired this partnership, and as a result, the collaboration’s Teca Half-Zip Windbreaker and Teva Original Universal Sandal purposefully complement each other in style and purpose.

Repurposed Materials

Each Teva sandal features our signature remnant fabric. This means fabric that might otherwise have gone to waste gets new life as a limited-edition product.


Nylon taffeta and a DWR coating help the Teca Half-Zip Windbreaker to keep out wind and light rain.


The Teva-inspired pattern you see here won’t last long! As with all our repurposed products, once we sell out of these colors, they’re gone for good.

Do Good

Giving is core to the Cotopaxi model. We tie our earnings to impact by allocating 1% of annual revenues to the Cotopaxi Foundation, which helps us fight extreme poverty through targeted grants.