Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The North Face Slippy is perfect for the rowboat or pool deck. The Slippy is the ultimate no-nonsense sandal that features a printed rubber sponge midsole with texture for traction.Slippy Features:Designed specifically for women, the ultimate, no-nonsense rubber sandal textured for traction on the boat deck or the oceanside.Molded rubber strapPrinted rubber sponge midsole with texture for tractionTextured rubber sponge outsole

- Mountain Hideaway

When your day's adventures take you no further than the pool, slip into the easy-to-care for rubber Slippy Flip Flop from The North Face. Regardless of its name, this flip flop is anything but slippy with its textured rubber sponge mid and outsoles that provide traction for both the bottoms of your feet and on the slick poolside cement.

- Mountain Gear

Women-specific and no-nonsense; the Women's North Face Slippy Flip Flops features a textured outsole for traction on the boat dock and casual style for the beach.

- Altrec Outdoors

Perfect for the rowboat or pool deck, the Slippy is the ultimate no-nonsense sandal that features a printed rubber sponge midsole with texture for traction.

- The North Face

Pull on The North Face Womens Slippy Sandals and protect your feet from pool deck and locker room grunge. You wont have to worry about getting these all-rubber sandals wet in the shower, on the side of the pool or at the beach. The North Face textured the Slippy Sandals outsole with a rubber sponge material, so youll have a fighting chance of making your way across the slippery pool deck.

- Backcountry.com

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Discontinued

The Women's Slippy has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$9.97 - $15.00

The North Face Women's Slippy is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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