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Chaco Sandals
Torlan Bulloo Shoe (Men's)

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Meet the Torlan, a Nubuck leather shoe built on the same LUVSEAT platform as the beloved Chaco sandals. Lightweight and ready for adventure, the Torlan has articulating panels for both airflow and a customized fit. A Bulloo outsole provides grip and traction, while two lace colors provide a personal touch.

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Features


Gender: Men's
Weight: 13.76 oz
Shoe Upper: Suede and mesh
Shoe Lining: Polyamide Stretch, Synthetic
Shoe Sole: Vibram TC-1, Water Ready, Non-Marking
Season: F13
Vendor ProductId: MTORLAN
Review ProductId: 29162

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