Tread Labs, a performance insole and footwear developer established by Chaco founder Mark Paigen, debuted its Spring 2024 sandal line.

“Our Spring 24 line is a purposeful extension of the successful styles of our footwear launch earlier this year,” said Paigen. “We are not only adding best-in-class components for a richer, stylish look for men and women, we are continuing our commitment to sustainable solutions with silhouettes that do not use glue and have 3D knit recycled uppers, in addition to our resoling program. In tandem with our classic insole technology, our line enables retailers to introduce more consumers to the Tread Labs family.”

The new Salinas sandal for men and women is an open-toe sandal with leather straps and an oversized buckle and also available with 3D knit straps. The Orleans, the brand’s first flip flop, comes with a leather or 3D knit straps and a contoured footbed. The new Redway, a recovery sandal for men, rounds out the collection, offering an option for those that do not like a strap between the toes. It features all the benefits of the Albion and Covelo but with a strap across the feet. The Albion and Covelo sandals, designed for walking and recovery, return for Spring 2024 with a new colorway, strawberry, for women. They are machine washable, with a contoured footbed, 3d knit upper and adjustable straps. The Pace, Ramble and Dash insoles remain in the line.

For more product information, go here.