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The Scout Brights Collection

April 10, 2018

Life was meant to be colorful. 

We are so excited to bring these fun new colors to our Scout flip flop collection for women, just in time for summer adventuring. 

Kiwi Women's Green Flip Flops by Third Oak
Scout Kiwi - green flip flop for women


Sky Blue Women's Flip Flops by Third Oak
Inspired by the open skies. The Scout Sky Blue, flip flop for women.

Guava Women's orange Flip Flops by Third Oak
Make a bold statement with the Scout Guava, orange flip flop for women.

Berry Women's Pink Flip Flops by Third Oak
It doesn't get sweeter than the Scout Berry, pink women's flip flop.

Lemon Women's Yellow Flip Flops by Third Oak
When life gives you lemons... wear them instead. Scout Lemon, yellow women's flip flop. 

Like the rest of the Scout collection, these women's flip flops are water resistant and slip resistant, making them the ideal travel companion to the beach, to the pool or wherever your adventure takes you. 

With so many tasty options to choose from, it's hard to pick a favorite! We love being social, so head over to Facebook or Instagram and let us know which member of the Scout brights collection is your favorite. Make sure you tag us #explorethirdoak!




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