Views:135 Author:ORIES Publish Time: 2018-09-01 Origin:Site
No shoes are like flip-flops that match almost all summer clothes. Whether long skirt or big pants, whether rock or small fresh, regardless of men and women, young and old poor rich, a pair of flip-flops can match well.
When it comes to flip flops, one of the brands you have to mention is the Brazilian national slipper Havaianas. When I first heard about Havana, I thought it was Cuban, but it was a Brazilian brand. With such a simple slipper, Havaianas has sold more than 200m pairs of slippers around the world. Each pair of slippers are said to have been handmade in Brazil, using "mystic rubber" to make them "as soft as marshmallows." But I personally think that the reason Havaianas is popular around the world is not because of comfort, but because of its stylish designs.
From Brazil like the Havaianas, Ipanema is more focused on design finesse, especially the Ipanema X Gisele Bündchen series of flip-flops, launched in partnership with Gisele, that combine ocean and South American sexiness.
If you prefer Japanese style to South American style, genbei's flip-flops should suit your taste. As Japan's largest sales of flip-flops, genbei continues to optimize simple flip-flops to make them more suitable for Asian feet. The wave-like curve pattern on the upper is not only a feature of genbei, but also increases the friction of the upper to prevent slipping.
Fitflop is a British flip-flops, popular with many Hollywood stars, and because the selling point is "action molded shoes," it is suitable for people in need of body shaving. Fitflop's slippers should be effective in relieving stress on your feet, so it probably wants to keep you from sitting down and spending more time shopping to help you lose weight.
Ories is specialaized in different kinds of slippers since year in 2000. They have their own factory and more than 100 experienced workers. They are the supplier of Wal-mart, Disney and Kauflans. And have BSCI, Sedex and Disney licenses. Their product are popular in Europe, America and Japan.