I was given the chance to to road test the most recent shoe from FitFlop, called Dué. It’s this very cushioned sole, although it’s a ballerina pump – so it resembles a ballet flat. In addition, it has a little bit of height and made from leather and top notch fabrics. They come in cherry… Continue reading Three Fashionable Ways to Wear your FitFlop Dues
Following recent opinions from so called trend specialists that FitFlops are neither hip or great for fitness and have thus been labelled as a “fad”, we were inspired to have a look at some actual faddy footwear from yesteryear, which you might have forgotten about. THE REEBOK PUMP (1989) This sneaker that was advanced featured… Continue reading Footwear Fads – the Shoes that you just don’t see Anymore
You can find copies and then there are copies; some are awful and it is possible to see them at first glance, but there are others which are a ‘different kettle of fish’ all together. They may look just like our authentic post; they may have what seem to function as the same swing labels,… Continue reading Exposed: Fake FitFlops and how to Spot Them
Specialists give their take on the FitFlop — a shoe that aims for relaxation and muscle toning. Adeena Babbitt, a 33-year old public relations executive, sports in and day out. An enthusiastic walker like most Manhattanites, she’s expecting that these new shoes — the very ones that TV host Oprah Winfrey gave a “thumbs up”… Continue reading FitFlops: Fashion or Fitness?