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    Rainbow Sandals – Hemp Vs Leather

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    For those who are searching for Rainbow Sandals Hemp or Leather versions, it might be helpful to have a bit of information on the features for each of these styles to help make the right shopping choice.  Here are some of the differences and similarities of both:

    About Hemp style Rainbow sandals:

    • They are made of natural hemp fiber
    • There is a choice of a few earthy shades – Natural, Brown and Black
    • They are available in a fun “Fish Strap” – with a fish printed along the top of the strap (cool look!)

    About Leather style Rainbow sandals:

    • They are constructed with premier, top quality leather
    • They can be found in a large array of colors – some beautiful rich shades

    What to know about both styles – what both Hemp and Leather Styles have in common:

    Both the leather and hemp styles are triple-glued for an amazing level of durability – in fact they come with a “life of the sole” guarantee, they simply will not fall apart.  A couple of features that add to their comfort level include an arch support as well as a foot-conforming sole, making them comfortable enough to wear for just about anyone, and can be found in a single or double layer.  For surfers, these flip flops are popular due to the fact that they have a non-slip sole – coming in pretty handy if braving the waves!

    No matter whether you choose a leather or hemp style – you should know that these sandals are very popular with the beach crowd for an excellent reason:  they’re simply the best flip flops around for comfort and durability.  And – they’re pretty stylin’ too!



    Source by Tonya Brisnehan

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