The North Face Tree Point Flip Flop


Weight 11 oz / 314 g

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Get the look of a wooden shoe without the stiff footbed. The North Face's Tree Point Sandal has a soft, compression-molded footbed with a wood-grain-inspired EVA treatment. The durable, full-grain leather straps are lined with soft nubuck for comfort and the burly rubber outsoles are infused with burlap for extra toughness.

- Mountain Gear

With wood-graininspired EVA footbed design, The North Face Mens Tree Point blends a natural look with comfort and durability.

- Altrec Outdoors

Slide through airport security checkpoints or feel the sand between your toes thanks to The North Face Men's Tree Point Sandal. A wood-grain inspired footbed cradles your foot like a long-lost lover, and a full-grain leather strap feels oh-so fine while you kick back near the water. A burlap-infused rubber sole smooths out your step one gravely roads, uneven boardwalks, and unacceptably rough cement steps outside your condo in Malibu.


Blending a natural look with unnatural durability, this new wood-grain inspired flip-flop is paramount for everyday romps. Distressed leather straps pair with contoured footbed and infused with arch support for comfortable trekking.

- The North Face

These sandals from The North Face scream comfort while staying low-key. With a design inspired by smooth wood grain, the Men s Tree Point Flip-Flops are naturally stylish sandals that are ideal for the beach or base camp. With its good looks comes comfort, the compression-moulded footbed contoured for the feet and the distressed-style nubuck leather strap lined for a soft next-to-skin feel. The rubber outsole is grippy and durable to give years of relaxed use. Simple design lines make this a warm-weather casual classic from The North Face .

- Appalachian Outdoors

The North Face Tree Point Flip Flop

previously retailed for:
$23.97 - $40.00

The North Face Tree Point Flip Flop is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 26, 2014 at Mountain Gear.

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