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Simple is in.

Simplicity is the Native Shoes Women's Juliet Sandal's greatest feature, along with it's lightweight comfort. Built with a streamlined finish and polyurethane durability, the Juliets work with whatever skinny jeans and sweater you're feeling for the day. A comfortable EVA midsole paired with the lightweight rubber sole keeps your feel from fatiguing or slipping whether you're on a summer walk in the park or out for tapas with your gal pals.

  • Streamlined sandals for modern style while you're out and about
  • Hook-and-loop ankle strap offers secure fit
  • Lightweight rubber sole adds traction and grip
  • EVA midsole is comfortable, cushy, and lightweight
  • Item #NTS004L

Tech Specs

Upper Material
satin polyurethane
Footbed
EVA
Midsole
EVA
Sole
Ultra Lite rubber
Closure
hook-and-loop
Style
ankle-strap, flats
Recommended Use
casual
Manufacturer Warranty
6 months

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Awesome river/ camp shoe!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought these to use in the creeks/ lakes to go tubing/ play with my kids, but just brought them on a backpacking trip and they are amazing-1. lightweight. 2. you can wear socks w/ them at night. 3. the ankle strap makes them stable enough for light hiking/ scrambling around campsite and the perfect shoe to wade into the river / lake to go fly fishing.
much less expensive than chacos and while not as stable, they do get the job done.
they run a bit small.