Reef Womens Miss J-Bay Flip Flop Sandal


Reef Women's Miss J-Bay Flip Flop Sandal


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Reef®  Women's Miss J-Bay Flip Flop lets you look good, feel good, and do good for the environment.  With low environmental impact leather topsole and straps, a recycled EVA midsole, and recycled rubber outsole, and a style that's all their own- you'll be the talk of the town.
  • ISA L.I.T.E (Low Impact To The Environment) full grain padded leather strap
  • ISA L.I.T.E. leather deck
  • Post-Industrial recycled triple density EVA footbed with anatomical arch support
  • Recycled rubber outsole with icon tulip logo

Product Features:

Upper Full-grain premium leather
Footbed 51% post-industrial recycled triple density EVA (Ethyl Vinyl Acetate), 49% EVA
Outsole 25% recycled rubber, 75% rubber

Style Number: 1241-TAW WOMENS

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Reef® has always inspired to blend the cool and casual attitude of the beach with a commitment to nurturing the lifestyle that follows. At the core of the Reef brand are authentic, surf inspired designed products that have been worn by millions of Reefers around the world since the company originated in 1984.

The brand is further defined by the elite class of Reef ambassadors that scour the globe in search of the best waves, surrounded by some of the most beautiful and remote places on the planet. Riders like Bobby Martinez, Sofia Mulanovich, Rob Machado and Mick Fanning live out a fantasy that only a small portion of the world ever gets to experience. Reef is all about finding that place, and savoring the feeling no matter where you may be.

After nearly two decades, the company is thriving as one of the leading surf brands in the world offering men's closed toed footwear and apparel along with women's and kid's sandals. Through all the years, Reef is driven by the same constant — they are surfers at heart, drawing influences from the world around them. They still stand for the same things that the company was founded on back in 1984.

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