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Bedrock Sandals Team Up with Ron’s Bikes for Ultra Tulip Adventure Sandals

Bedrock X Ron's Bikes Ultra Tulip Sandals on the phonePhoto c. Bedrock Sandals, Ron's Bikes
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Another cool collaboration just landed on a trail near you. Hailing from Missoula, Montana, adventure sandal makers, Bedrock Sandals has just completed their first-ever collaboration. And who better to collaborate with than Neoclassical bike stuff maker, Ron’s Bikes? More specifically, Bedrock wearer extraordinaire, Ultra Romance himself.

Bedrock X Ron's Bikes Ultra Tulip Sandals in the wild

Bedrock has incorporated the signature Ron’s Bikes tulip design on the straps of their Cairn Pro II, and Cairn 3D Geo sandals, deeming them the Limited Edition Ultra Tulip Sandals.

Ron says that the pattern “looks like camo from afar, and flower power up close.  A muscular hippie — the archetype of both our brands“.

I’ve personally been an enthusiastic user of Bedrock Sandals since 2017, and currently in the middle of a long-term review of their synthetic leather version of their Mountain Clog. I’ve been riding in my Cairns almost exclusively for the last 5 or 6 years, and it’s been an overall pleasant experience.

Bedrock Ultra-Tulip Sandals

Bedrock X Ron's Bikes Ultra Tulip Sandals on the bike

As mentioned earlier, this collab will be coming in two distinct soles, the Cairn Pro II, and Cairn 3D Geo soles. They are both retailing for $130 but there are only 300 pairs available in this collaboration. So, if you like ’em, go get ’em.

Cairn Pro II Adventure Sandals

The Cairn Pro ll is a beefier version of the original Cairn and is what they call “our best in performance”. This is their “ultimate adventure sandal, outfitted with their Hook-heel strap and Vibram Megagrip outsole with the molded 3D footbed on top. The Pro II G-hook and loop system locks in the heel strap like it does the front, for a super secure fit.  

Cairn 3D Geo

The Cairn Geo is Bedrock’s “flagship eco-groovy sandal”. It’s built with the same tried-and-true Cairn strap design yet geared towards more casual uses. it uses an exclusive brown Vibram outsole that dawns wider spread, less aggressive lugs and is crafted with Vibram Eco-Step compound comprised of 30% recycled material. It’s really geared for dry conditions and is suggested to go for the Cairn Adventure Pro for wet activities.

Ron’s Matching Ultra Tulip Luggage

Bedrock X Ron's Bikes Fab's Chest

Ron’s Bikes matched the webbing and incorporated it into a limited run of 50 small Fab’s Chests. These bags use Connecticut made cotton faced x-pac laminate, and come in brown and tan. The body and pockets of the bag used the 1” tulip webbing to contrast the main extendable flap. 

Also, the inside of the bag is lined with a special brown and tan tulip pattern. Ron says he “hopes you like brown”.

The Ultra Tulip Bedrock sandals and matching bag will be sold separately from each company’s separate websites. With the Sandals being made in Montana, and the Fab’s Chests being made in Connecticut, this seems to make sense.

See below to get yours while supplies last.



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7 months ago

Groovy sandals, but only offering thongs is a decisive choice…pass!

7 months ago

So, back in the day growing-up as a surfer in So. Cal; While wearing flip-flops around everywhere and after stepping on glass twice and stubbing the bejesus out of one of my big toes, I came to the conclusion that tennis shoes/sneakers were the only logical choice anywhere outside of the indoors.

Those featured photos of bikers wearing those sandals out in the wild sends shivers up my spine!

Hey KEEN! If you are listening, please bring back some bike specific footwear!
I would love some flat pedal Keen’s for the bike!

King County
King County
7 months ago
Reply to  BikeHoarder6

There are some great options for open footwear with closed toes, if you know what I mean. I love my Teva Flintwood. They are not bike specific, though.

Fig Ciocc
Fig Ciocc
7 months ago

I can smell the patchouli oil through the screen of my phone.

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