How to Wash Nomadic State of Mind Sandals
Nomadic State of Mind sandals are made in Nicaragua. The company produces eco-friendly sandals made from recycled polypropylene. Chris Anderson, the founder, made sandals from this material by turning it into ropes. Anderson claims that sandals made this way are more durable and more comfortable.
Rope sandals are also machine-washable, and the colors won’t fade in the wash. After washing, you can place them in a drier or air dry them. Rope sandals can also be worn at the beach. However, it is important to not get them too wet.