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September 30, 2015

flopZ Review

Flip flops or slippers (as we locals call it) is a necessity in Hawaii. We all wear them to go to the beach or just to wear everyday. I received these cool slippers from flopZ

Kingfish Flip Flops with Clear Straps

The first thing that caught my eye was the color and design on it. The blue color reminds me of the ocean. On the top of the slippers are ridges or round bumps. It almost looks like water drops from far. When you put it on, it feels like it's massaging your feet. I find it pretty comfortable and not your typical slippers. What makes it different from other slippers are their flopZgel that covers the insole. 

flopZ offers their Coral Collection with beautiful designs inspired by coral reefs and oceans. It will make great gifts, especially with the holidays coming. These flopZ are perfect for our Hawaii weather. It also comes with a blue pouch to hold your slippers in. Just throw it in your bag in case you want to get out of your heels and put on some comfy flopZ. 


I would recommend you size up. If you are in between sizes, go a size up. Their sizes run 5/6, 7/8, 9/10 etc. 

Check out their site www.flopz.com. They are unique, stylish and comfy flopZ.



Disclosure: This product was received complimentary for review purposes.  All opinions are entirely my own.  

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