These flip-flops are the ultimate in
comfortable recycled material footwear! Hand-crafted in California,
these sandals are made from recycled race car tires and bicycle
Inner tubes, regupol (a cushioning material made from used tires
which have been chipped and pressed into mats), and hemp - these
shoes are not only ecologically friendly but they're extremely
comfortable and slip-resistant on wet surfaces. Comfortable enough
for long walks, and durable enough for use in the water! Available
in Men's sizes 7 through 13 and Women's sizes 5 through 10.
Normally $39.95 per pair, now on sale for $24.95!
Splaffs are a best kept secret!!!
From Anthony of Melbourne beach, Florida on 11/17/2009.
Best sandal ever and the company is so conscious they still get all the tires and tubes from the US with Us workers who make the products themselves. No toxic chemicals are used and they have so many other great products.
comfortable and durable
From Stephen of Miami, Florida on 10/22/2008.
I wear these just about every day. They are comfortable and can take their fair share of extended use.
first class trash foot
From scott of orlando, Florida on 9/16/2008.
over a year ago i flipped on my first junkyard splaff's and i betrayed the broken-in reef's, vans, birk's and others that had shuffled around with me for years... i held on to them in the hopes that splaff could reunite them into another splaff flop for all the world to enjoy...splaff's are a bit heavier than reef smoothy's but grip the wet like wax and are just as comfy and much more durable... a snowbird might find ANY flip uncomfortable between virgin toes... i flip and flop year long and my feet hunt down my splaff's when shoe time is over... thank you, splaff for mastering the art of trash foot
From Anonymous of Charlotte, North Carolina on 4/24/2008.
I really like wearing these flops. There's recycled hemp sewn onto the underside of the straps, making them feel nice and cool against your foot. There's virtually no padding in the footbed, though, which can make walking for a extended period of time painful for some people. I personally haven't had a problem. What the other reviewers said about the piece of material that fits between your toes being uncomfortable is unfortunately true: the piece on my left flop rubs against my big toe and can sometimes be uncomfortable, although I've never gotten a blister. I don't do a huge amount of walking in them (like hiking or walking ALL day), but for my purposes -- walking to work, the grocery, the light rail, shopping, etc. -- these flops function just fine.
Uncomfortable thong between toes
From Anonymous of Carmel, California on 4/19/2008.
Perhaps I'm on the sensitive side but I found these unwearable. Great concept, tho'.
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