Men's Carver Print Flip-Flop Sandals
Have you ever chosen to go barefoot rather than wear flip-flops?
Here are a few reasons to reconsider that stance.
Quiksilver designed their Carver Print Flip-Flop Sandals to address the usual suspects:
Rubber straps hurt your feet—These have polyurethane-coated straps with soft woven linings that gently caress your feet rather than rub you the wrong way
The footbeds are flimsy and offer no support—These have slip-resistant, uniform-thickness, textured EVA footbeds with built-in arch, heel and forefoot support
Rubber toe posts are annoying—These have finely woven nylon toe posts that sit comfortably between your toes
The soles are too slippery—These have re-engineered blown rubber outsoles with multi-angled Quiksilver logo lugs for slip-resistance and traction
If you love the feeling of going barefoot, but need a little extra protection from the elements, you owe it to yourself to give these sandals a shot. You might even decide to toss out your shoes. Imported.
The polyurethane-coated synthetic straps with soft, woven textile linings give them an active look. The finely woven nylon toe posts feature a subtle herringbone texture.
Molded, contoured EVA midsoles with slip-resistant, textured EVA footbeds in a uniform thickness ensure a comfortable fit. Unlike ordinary rubber flip-flops, these sandals feature arch, heel and forefoot support so they feel more like shoes (with a lot more ventilation).
The durable, re-engineered blown rubber outsoles are slip-resistant on wet or dry surfaces. Multi-angled Quiksilver logo lugs offer added traction.
- Polyurethane-coated synthetic uppers with soft woven linings
- Finely woven nylon toe post webbing
- Molded EVA midsoles with slip-resistant, textured footbeds for comfort
- Slip-resistant, re-engineered blown rubber outsoles for wet or dry traction
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