Women’s Sandals Spring/Summer 2015 Roundup

Freewaters Tropea Print White Hawaii Print
Freewaters Tropea Print White Hawaii Print

It’s that time of year!   We love it when it’s warm enough out to bare our feet.  Okay, maybe not ours.  Or men as a whole, actually.  Today we’re throwing out some vegan options for the fairer gender we often leave out here.  Plus, the selection is way better – we were very pleased to see so many styles and colors.  Here are some of our picks.  We hope you like!

Sanuk Yoga Sling 2 Grey
Sanuk Yoga Sling 2 Grey

 

Merrell Enoki Flip Light Purple
Merrell Enoki Flip Light Purple

 

Sanuk Yoga Mat Watermelon
Sanuk Yoga Mat Watermelon

 

Chinese Laundry Moonlight Black Smooth
Chinese Laundry Moonlight Black Smooth

 

Ahnu Serena Metallic Vegan Powder
Ahnu Serena Metallic Vegan Powder

 

Freewaters Riviera Black Grey
Freewaters Riviera Black Grey

 

J-41 Sublime Grey
J-41 Sublime Grey

 

Freewaters Kitz Red Stripe Tan
Freewaters Kitz Red Stripe Tan

 

Mel by Melissa Mel Honey Black
Mel by Melissa Mel Honey Black

 

Freewaters Ella Gold Brown
Freewaters Ella Gold Brown

 

Sanuk Springwater Wedge Black
Sanuk Springwater Wedge Black

 

Acorn Samoset Slide Lagoon
Acorn Samoset Slide Lagoon

5 thoughts on “Women’s Sandals Spring/Summer 2015 Roundup”

  1. Nice post, but “fairer sex”? What is this? 1955? I’m sure it wasn’t meant to be offensive but it’s language that has been used for a very long time as a way of disempowering women. I’ve been following your blog for a little over two years so I was surprised to see that thrown in there. Also, here in Portland, Oregon, men wear sandals quite a bit, even more so than women. It’s an outdoorsy city and Chakos as well as Tevas are popular with both men and women.

  2. Hi DM, thank you for your comment, and sorry if this offended you. It was not our intention to use language that was insensitive or hurtful. It was a bad choice of words in an effort to avoid redundancy. We’ll make the change shortly and leave the edits so others can make sense of this conversation. Thank you for following the blog and sharing your thoughts. We love to hear from our readers, please keep coming and giving your feedback!

  3. Thanks, Henry! Your response is greatly appreciated and thanks for all of the work you put into the website. It’s a great resource.

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