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Style & Co. Highline Women's Sandals & Flip Flops.
Hearty leather trim touches up a classic flip-flop featuring a contoured footbed and a shock-absorbing natural rubber sole for adaptable comfort. Nonslip treads offer excellent traction on wet and dry surfaces, and antibacterial lining helps to keep feet feeling fresh. Style Name:Anatomic & Co Paraiso Flip Flop (Men). Style Number: 5151688. Available in stores.
Two-tone straps add refreshing style to a weekend-ready flip-flop. Style Name:G.h. Bass & Co. Shannon Sandal (Women). Style Number: 5319081. Available in stores.
The mens Playa Cervesa flip flop by Reef has an ISA L.I.T.E. "Low Impact to the Environment" full grain leather upper and footbed, asymmetrical upper design provides style and support with super soft glove-like pig skin lining, thirst quenching technology (church key bottle opener on the outsole), deep contoured compression molded EVA midsole, and a Reef supreme design outsole made of 25% recycled rubber Reef's twenty-five year heritage traces back to two brothers from Argentina, Fernando and Santiago "Santi" Aguerre. Fueled by their passion for surfing, and armed with a unique entrepreneurial spirit, the brothers acted on an idea to create a high quality, comfortable, active lifestyle sandal. Attracted to the Southern California lifestyle, Santi moved to California in the early 80's and would shortly be reunited with his brother. Fernando graduated from Law School, and headed to La Jolla to help co-found Reef. With $4000 working capital, hard work, dedication and some savvy marketing ideas, the brothers built Reef into the #1 sandal brand. Fernando and Santiago knew they had a great product, but they wanted to separate themselves from the other surf companies. Inspired by the notoriously beautiful women of the beaches in South America, the brothers saw an opportunity to introduce the surf market to an exotic element that they called Miss Reef. Never revealing her face or identity, the brothers used the intrigue of Miss Reef to help convey their idea of the surf lifestyle. The first advertisement involving Miss Reef was rejected from the surfing magazines for the controversial content, but after some convincing, the ads finally ran. The surfers who read the magazines were instantly intrigued by the exotic and beautiful figure in the ads. Since then, Miss Reef has become a global icon of the surfing community. She has remained an integral component of Reef's DNA, and can easily be attributed to the success of Reef.