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Okabashi Womens Lakeside Thong Flip Flop Sandals 1 EA

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This pair of Lakeside Flip Flop Sandals from Okabashi delivers everything you need: style, durability, and comfort all at a great value. Made using anti-microbial/anti-odor microplast rubber, these sandals won't get the typical disgusting odor of other sandals and will not harbor harmful bacteria after wearing. The insole offers unbeatable arch support that you won't find with other flip flops, thanks to the ergonomic footbed, and has a non-slip grip for the soles of your feet. The 1 3/4" wedge heel adds a little bit of flirtiness and lets these sandals go from the beach to a night out with ease. Need to clean them? These sandals are also waterproof and can be thrown in the washing machine or even the dishwasher. This quality pair of sandals is made in the USA.

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  • Multiple sizes available
  • Waterproof & dishwasher safe
  • BPA & latex free
  • Anti-slip, anti-odor, and vegan-friendly
  • Unbeatable arch support
  • Brand: Okabashi
  • Model: TN-1151058-P

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