Women's Energy Flip-Flop Sandals
|Warranty Details||One Year|
|Water Resistance||Water Resistant|
Like that first cup of caffeine in the morning, slipping on these sandals will awaken the energy source within you.
And you can only get this color combination at West Marine!
Let's face it. Ordinary, flat rubber flip-flops don't do much for you other than protect your feet from hot surfaces or public showers. Reef's Energy Flip-Flop Sandals actually go several steps further. These athletically-inspired sandals feature breathable sandwich mesh and faux nubuck uppers with soft jersey liners and no sew overlays (translation: no irritating seams to chafe your feet) for comfort, support and a nod to a more fashion-forward look. You'll also find soft EVA top soles and anatomical footbeds (more on those below). The high-density sawtooth rubber outsoles include Swellular Traction pods in the heels and forefronts for awesome traction, protection and durability. Imported.
The Energy Flip-Flop Sandals are outfitted with anatomical arch supports and forefront sculpting. This often overlooked feature is where the rubber meets the...er...foot. Your arches absorb most of the stress you place upon your feet with each step you take. That's where these sandals stand out from run-of-the-mill flip-flops. Contoured arch supports are built right into the compression-molded, super-soft EVA foam top soles for instant and all-day comfort. And the forefront sculpting gives your toes more grip than sandals with flat footbeds.
- Breathable sandwich mesh uppers with faux nubuck
- Soft jersey liners for comfort
- No sew overlays on uppers for chafe-free support
- Compression-molded, soft EVA foam top soles
- Anatomical arch supports and forefront sculpting
- Rubber outsoles cup the EVA top soles for supportive sidewalls
- Durable, high-density sawtooth rubber outsoles
- Swellular Traction pods in heels and forefronts for superior traction
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