If you read my Holiday Shoes post last month, you’ll know that as well as buying a pair of flip-flops while I was on vacation, I also took a pair with me. The last thing I needed, then, was another pair of flip-flops.
For years now, I’ve heard people talking about how comfortable Havaianas are. And while navy and black are all well and good, I kept finding myself hankering after the more versatile gold flip-flops I’d had to throw out last year, which is how I came to find myself standing in line at Macy’s and purchasing yet another pair of flip-flops.
In my defence, they were only $8 in the sale. And I am crazy.
Anyway, it turned out to be a fairly useful purchase, because I got a lot of wear out of them on holiday, and have been wearing them around the house, too, since I got home. They’re the kind of shoes you can throw on and not have to worry about getting them wet, or hurting your feet, and that, after all, is what flip-flops are all about.
Are they they most comfortable flip-flops in the world? Nah. I mean, sure, they’re comfortable, but as far as I can tell, they’re not much more comfortable than any other flip-flops I’ve owned, which confirms what I’ve long suspected about these shoes. Still, I’m pleased I bought them – there’s always room for another pair of shoes in the Shoeper Shoe Closet. Just don’t tell Shoeperman I said that…