Patagonia Flip Around

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Minimize your footprint with the completely recyclable Flip Around sandal. The supportive 3-point thong construction with injection-molded toe post is made of a minimum of 10% post-manufacturing scrap. A supersoft, high-density PLUSfoam? footbed offers long-term comfort and durability. The closed-cell construction resists moisture, and the durable, high-density PLUSfoam outsole provides excellent traction on wet/dry surfaces. The entire sandal is 100% recyclable through PLUSfoam.com.

- Patagonia.com

Patagonia Womens Flip Around - Sale - Minimize your footprint with the completely recyclable Flip Around. The supportive three-point thong construction with injection-molded toe post is made of a minimum of 10% post-manufacturing scrap. A supersoft, high-density PLUSfoam(TM) footbed offers long-term comfort and durability. The closed-cell construction resists moisture and the durable, high-density PLUSfoam outsole provides excellent traction on wet/dry surfaces. The entire sandal is 100% recyclable through PLUSfoam.com. Details Supportive 3-point thong construction with injection molded PLUS PLAS-T.E.C.(TM) toe post (minimum 10% post-manufacturing scrap) Super soft high density PLUSfoam(TM) footbed for long-term cushioned comfort and durability Closed cell construction resists moisture Durable high density PLUSfoam(TM) outsole provides excellent traction on wet/dry surfaces Entire sandal is 100% recyclable through PLUSfoam.com Soft Flex Last Characteristics: medium width, medium arch/instep 59 g (2.11 oz) Made in China.

- Massey's Outfitters

Patagonia Flip Around

previously retailed for:
$23.69 - $30.00

The Patagonia Flip Around is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 1, 2014 at Patagonia.com.

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