Junction Sandal (Women's)
Product Number: 32780
This T-strap sandal blends Chaco webbing with premium full-grain leather for instant comfort and style. With a leather lined LUVSEAT footbed and stretchy instep strap for a hassle-free on and off experience, the Junction will keep your feet happy.
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- Full-grain leather upper with polyester jacquard webbing
- Pigskin lining
- Cement construction
- Fixed fit with gore stretch
- Microsuede lined ChaPU polyether polyurethane footbed
- LUVSEAT XO2 platform
- Chill outsole with EcoTread rubber
- 2.5mm lug depth
- All-purpose tread design
- Stretchy gore on the inside of the sandal provides hassle-free on and off, while T-strap holds foot in place.
- 25% recycled EcoTread rubber outsole performs on wet or dry surfaces.
Weight: 8.00 oz/227g
Fit: Fixed fit with gore stretch
Shoe Upper: Full-grain leather upper
Shoe Lining: Pigskin lining
Shoe Sole: New Chill EcoTread rubber, non-marking
Vendor ProductId: WJUNCTION
Review ProductId: 32780
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