Fathom Flip (Women's)
Product Number: 32778
The Fathom will blow your mind! With our most comfortable LUVSEAT footbed and a minimal, close-to-the-ground design, the fathom is ready to be your summer favorite! Light-weight and supportive, with a 25% recycled rubber EcoTread outsole, the Fathom is ready for water or land.
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- Polyester jacquard webbing upper with nylon webbing toe post
- Cement construction
- Fixed fit
- ChaPU polyether polyurethane footbed
- LUVSEAT XO2 platform
- NearGround siped outsole with coTread rubber
- 1.5-2mm lug depth, siped
- Intelligently designed straps tuck under your foot to keep your flips from ‘flop’ing.
- 25% recycled EcoTread rubber outsole is siped for wet surfaces.
Weight: 5.90 oz/172g
Fit: Fixed fit
Shoe Upper: Polyester jacquard webbing
Shoe Sole: 25% EcoTread recycled non-marking rubber
Vendor ProductId: W FATHOM
Review ProductId: 32778
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