Ride Concepts Coaster Women's Thongs

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At some point, even the hardest chargers need to put their feet up and kick back. The Coaster slide provides pre and post-ride happiness for your feet.
Built on a metatarsal soothing EVA foot bed, the Coaster allows your foot to spread out in its natural state, relaxing muscles and reducing fatigue. The hexagonal outsole with DST 4.0 MAX GRIP rubber adds to the comfort and ensures you’re ready for whatever summer activity awaits.


  • Rubber Kinetics | DST 4.0 MAX GRIP Rubber Outsole
  • Anti-abrasion mesh top strap
  • Hook and loop closure
  • EVA footbed with engineered metatarsal support
  • Women specific fit


  • Weight: 268g (Women’s 8)
  • Material: Synthetic, Rubber

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