Nomadic State of Mind Releases New Sandal Style

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Nomadic State of Mind had just released their newest sandal creation, the San Juan, a unique rope flip flop available in various color combinations. This latest design was created by owner, Chris Anderson, while spending time in Central America this past winter and will be available online beginning the week of April 9th.

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Inspired by weeks of daily surfing in Nicaragua, when the mind finally calms enough to breathe with the flow of the ocean, and creativity once again appears from the horizon.

Nomadic State of Mind had just released their newest sandal creation, the San Juan, a unique rope flip flop available in various color combinations. This latest design was created by owner, Chris Anderson, while spending time in Central America this past winter and will be available online in mid April.

According to Anderson, it was “inspired by weeks of daily surfing in Nicaragua, when the mind finally calms enough to breathe with the flow of the ocean, and creativity once again appears from the horizon.” This style combines the traditional thong type sandal with a multiple top foot contact, relieving pressure on the top of the foot.  Available in a few different color combinations: 1 for women, 1 for men, and 1 for all sizes!  This sandal is constructed of all rope, like most of their sandals and in the near future it will be available with a Vibram sole option. 

Facebook fans got a sneak peek at the new sandal last week and one lucky winner will receive a pair following a week long competition run by the company. These types of competitions are regularly run on the company's Facebook page and another is already in the works to promote their newest creation.

About Nomadic State of Mind

Nomadic State of Mind was founded nearly ten years ago and is based in North Carolina. Manufacturing takes place both in Florida and in Nicaragua where the company has helped support a small community for the past eight years. Nomadic has always believed in positive contributions to the world around them and is committed to remaining true to their roots. For more information or additional art work please contact Chris Anderson or Shea McNally at 877-666-2376 or http://www.nomadicstate.com.

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