Teva is a footwear brand most renowned for its sandals. Initially, Teva sandals were designed for river rafting, but they have become popular for all types of active leisure. The brand has expanded and now encompasses various types of footwear, such as hiking boots, trail running shoes, and everyday shoes.
Oakley is an American company specializing in the production of sports and casual goods, including sunglasses, sports glasses, snowboard and ski clothing, shoes, backpacks, and bicycle helmets. The company was founded by Jim Jannard in 1975 and was subsequently acquired by Luxottica Group in 2007.
Onitsuka Tiger is a Japanese sportswear and footwear brand, established by Kihachiro Onitsuka in 1949 in Kobe, Japan. The Onitsuka Tiger brand gained international recognition after Bill Bowerman, the co-founder of Nike, began wearing Onitsuka Tiger shoes during his visit to Japan.