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Tidewater Sandals offers a comfortable and fashionable sandal for women who want to walk on the beach in style. The classic plaid, here in blue and white, with a palmetto tree covered by the crescent moon embroidered on the patch. It's a symbol of South Carolina, but can feel at home anywhere. Let these be your everyday sandals, because they are ready to take you everywhere you go.
Size up if you're between sizes.
Cushioned heel and toe pad for all-day comfort.
Flexible arch support creates added balance.
Lightweight design for ease of wear.
Our proprietary brushed dual-density EVA foot bed is molded to hug your feet and prevent them from slipping.
Comfort Nylon Webbing on the underside of the strap.
We recommend spot treating any fabric stains using a gentle stain remover and hand washing your Tidewaters in the sink with dish soap and warm water to keep them looking their best.
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Your order ships from our warehouse in Winston Salem, NC. Bonnie or Melissa will be pulling your order
You can return your items at hundreds of locations across the US via our Happy Returns Service.
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Questions frequently asked of our team
Where are they made?
China, South America, and Mexico
Will they fit?
Our shoes are not offered in wide or half sizes, so if you are between sizes or have a wider foot, you can still wear Tidewaters - just size up to the next full size. That means if you're a size 8.5, you should order a size 9.
What are the materials?
Our classic Boardwalk line is made from premium EVA materials and is reinforced with a cushioned footbed, and incredible arch support for all the added balance you could need. Each pair is finished by hand-lasting the show and inspected for quality before leaving the factory.
Born in Tidewater, VA in 2002
– Now based on Winston Salem, NC
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