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OKABASHI Everyday Women's Brown Sandals Slides Size M 7-8

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Okabashi Women's Marina Gold Thong Brown Sandals

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NEW Womens Black Rubber Sandals Flip Flops Thongs by Okabashi Size Small

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In honor of Earth Day today, FN offers a few eco-conscious options for what to do with your favorite sandals after you’ve worn them to bits.

1. Reuse
On the off-chance that your go-to summer flip-flop has broken down, check the brand’s website to see if it will accept items for repair. Rainbow Sandals will fix its products at its San Clemente, Calif., factory for customers who just can’t part with their leather thongs. It also donates many repaired styles to local nonprofits and families in need.

2. Recycle
Maybe you’ve never heard of it, but a company called PlusFoam is making your feet more green. The firm produces a recyclable material that is replacing traditional foams, plastics and rubbers in shoe manufacturing, and it’s now used in flip-flops from more than a dozen popular brands, including New Balance, Roxy, Vans, O’Neill, Scott Hawaii, Vere and Manduka. To see if your sandals are recyclable, look for a PlusFoam logo on the bottom of the sole. If it’s there are, visit Plusfoam.com to request a return shipping label and possibly get a discount code for future purchases.

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  1. While Buford had been known for leather, Irvani focused on plastic--notably injected-molded plastic--that could be turned into shoes of all shapes, sizes, and colors. The company's name, Okabashi, derives from the Japanese principles of reflexology
  2. Another flip-flop maker that's supporting the planet is Okabashi. The U.S. shoe manufacturer uses 100-percent recyclable Microplast rubber in all of the styles in its Okabashi and Oka B lines. To participate, customers simply mail their used sandals
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  4. Irvani called his new enterprise "Okabashi" in honor of the Japanese practice of reflexology and, as the company's website states their shoes have: "tiny massaging beads are strategically placed across the foot-bed of each shoe to stimulate different
  5. Okabashi Brands shipped more than 2.5 million pairs of flip-flops last year from a one-story brick building in Buford to Wal-Marts and CVS pharmacies, fancy spas and hotels and other stores and outlets. The company, which derives its name from a
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