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The first FitFlop sandal was sold in 2007, after Dr. David Cook and Darren James (biomechanists at London South Bank University LSBU) collaborated with Marcia Kilgore (an entrepreneur and multi-tasking mum) to create the world ’s first muscle-activating flip flop. Built with simple sport y looking upper straps and an ergonomically engineered Microwobbleboard midsole, the concept was a phenomenal – and global – success. So when fans began to send feedback detailing how ‘fantastic’ FitFlop™ sandals made them feel (subsequent research at Salford University uncovered our Microwobbleboard technology had remarkable underfoot-pressure diffusing and shock attenuating properties), Kilgore decided to take this technology and weave it into a full, multi-occasion footwear collection. Now boasting two patent-pending technologies: Microwobbleboard and Biomimetix midsoles, FitFlop’s goal is to create fun, energizing, beautiful shoes that – when you wear them – make you feel like you’ve got the world at your feet.
Very hard to get on (I have to use a shoehorn) but very, very cute & comfy.Published 5 days ago by Tricia T.
I'm sure if I could get these on they would be very comfortable, but unfortunately I could not get my foot in. I even tried a shoe horn and could not get them on. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fabs
Love these boots, they're so comfy I wear them around the house.Published 2 months ago by BAD SPOKE
This product is too small focr the size that i choose. When I tried to put it on, the space is too small for entering the feet and the leather is bad quality and it broke. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Celeste Mejias
More difficult to get into than I'd like. The lack of arch support causes me problems.Published 3 months ago by Shopper117
They are perfect for me. A long shoe horn gets them on easily! I wish I have as good of luck eith the sandals!Published 3 months ago by rphs
Sent back they were too small and just didn't like the fitPublished 3 months ago by Catherine Cantanvespi
They looked cute with a casual dress and tights or with skinny jeans. Easy to get on and good traction in ice/snow. Practical but cute.Published 3 months ago by Eileen