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RE: Clothing and style for tropical weather.
(04-29-2016 09:55 AM)DJ-Matt Wrote:  I can't stand to wear the cheap shitty flip flops, bought a nice pair of strap on sandals with a thick cushioned sole. Makes me taller too. Between the sh seesort shorts and elevator sandals I'm now andre the giant (and I'm 6'1" already).

I pray to Jesus that you don't mean something like this:
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Those are the universal shoe of the tourist.

I'm from the land of flip flops. We call them slippers here.

The best are either Reef:

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Or Olukai:

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I usually make a run every few months and get a few new pairs of each type from either the Nordstrom or Saks discount store. Reefs are $20 to $30 max, and the Olukais I like are around $60. Don't ever buy them at the actual brand store as they can be $100 or more.

Both of those brands will last. They just start to stink after a while. Especially if you're in and out of water, but that's what they are for.

Aloha!
04-30-2016 08:37 PM
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