Flip Flop Reviews
Flojos Messi Review | Flojos tends to produce solid, middle of the road, flip flops. Apart from their very unique original sandals their flip flops tend to blend in. There is nothing wrong with this of course, in fact, this often brings comfort in knowing that you’re getting a solid pair of flip flops that won’t draw a lot of attention. This is not the case with the Flojos Messi.
Flojos Jack Review | The Flojos naming convention is a variation of that of the classic punk band The Ramones. There was Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone, Dee Dee Ramone, Tommy Ramone and later Marky Ramone. Flojos has done nearly the same thing with the names of their various flip flops except the first name of each is Flojos. So far, Flip Flop Daily has met Flojos Alonzo and Flojos Ryan. Today we meet Flojos Jack.
Rainbow Leather Review | Rainbow flipflops come with a lifetime guarantee. A few things come to mind when I read this; with my lifestyle – this isn’t much of a guarantee. If it’s digital I won’t care after six months, and it almost certainly will be out of style by the time it’s replaced.
Hari Mari has done it again. Flip flops tend to fall into one of two general categories. Fun or Fancy. Rarely does a flip flop easily cross over from one to the other. Fun flip flops tend to be made mostly of rubber and nylon and are geared for informal days of fun at the beach, lake or pool side.