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If any sandal says Rainbow, this is it! This is the Rainbow Sandals staple, the one your kid stole from you because they wanted to be cool - and you still haven't gotten it back yet. This is the Flag Ship!
The single layer premier leather sandal is made of a top-grade nubuck leather top sole that is embossed with the Rainbow logo. The strap, also nubuck leather; is double stitched, and the nylon toe piece is secured with a box X stitch, all using bonded nylon thread.
The single layer midsole and arch support is triple glued for maximum durability to a non-slip Rainbow bottom. Rainbow finishes it off with the Original woven label on the right strap, the mark of a genuine Rainbow Sandal.
Small = 7.5-8.5
Medium = 8.5-9.5
Large = 9.5-10.5
X-Large = 11-12
XX-Large = 12-13.5
XXX-Large - 13.5-15
My husband has worn Rainbow Sandals for over 30 years. These sandals are a daily staple for him...even in the winter. He wears a size 14 (sometimes a 15) and these fit him. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Sonya Hyatt
i bought these for my husband. he hasnt worn them as yet but they seem strong and comfyPublished 8 days ago by Jojo
Rainbows make the best sandals, although they are only great if you avoid rain in them. Still could not make it through the summer without them. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Sportzchck "Liz"
It's rainbow slippers! Love them. They are great and I didn't deal with the break in period like other mention. It took me about 2 days of wearing them and they are good. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jim-e this
I LOVE my Rainbow Sandals. I used to have a pair of Reefs that I lost while tubing the river, and had to get a replacement. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Trey
I bought these knowing the break in period. I was given a pair of these about 8 years ago. At first was turned off to how stiff they were, but then they started to break in, and... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Mike Clyde