Rainbow Sandals

Perfect for traveling, comfortable and sturdy Rainbow Sandals should be the only and last pair of sandals you buy.

Classic Style

Rainbow Sandals come in a variety of colors and styles. My favorite, and the pair I’ve had for the past 7 years, is the Premier Leather Sierra Brown Single Layer Arch sandal. Wherever you go, from the beach, to a summer dinner out, to backpacking around Thailand, these sandals are stylish and sturdy enough for any occasion.

Quality Construction

After seeing one too many cheap, broken flip flops littering the beach, Rainbow founder Jay R. Longley, Jr. set out to craft the perfect sandal. That was in 1974. Today, Rainbow is still making long-lasting and comfortable sandals that simply don’t break.

As I said, I’ve had my pair of Rainbows for 7 years, and not only are they just as strong and sturdy as they were the day I bought them, they’ve gotten better. Each sandal is built with a sponge rubber that, with time, molds to the wearers feet which makes them incredibly comfortable.

Tip: Don’t buy a pair of Rainbow Sandals and immediately travel in them. Break them in, then take them traveling.

Rainbow Sandals

Rainbow Sandals

My Rainbow Sandals at the beach.

Worth the Price

The Premier Leather Sierra Brown Single Layer Arch sandal costs $49.00. At first this might seem like a lot of money to spend on sandals, but consider how many times you’ve bought inexpensive sandals that have broken or worn through. Added up, you’ve probably spent more than $49.00. So do yourself a favor, make an investment in the future of your feet, and get a pair of Rainbow Sandals so you never have to shop for sandals again.

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  1. RachelApril 9, 2013 at 10:03 am #

    LOVE rainbows! Tip on breaking them in quicker: put them on and walk into the ocean/pool/shower/bath. Stand for a few minutes in the water, and step out. Stand in them for another few minutes then take them off to dry in the sun. OR just wear them wet and let them dry out on your feet. They mold to your feet right away!

    • Trevor MorrowApril 9, 2013 at 10:00 pm #

      Hey Rachel – Really awesome tip! The quicker you can break them in, the better. Thank you for sharing.

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