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- Made in the USA or Imported
- Synthetic sole
- Flip-flop featuring logo-embossed strap and contoured EVA footbed with arch support
- Grippy high-density EVA outsole
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Beachside style has never been so easy than in the Reef Phantoms. This men's flip flop features a soft, comfortable, water friendly synthetic nubuck upper with an air mesh lining. The contoured compression molded EVA footbed with anatomical arch support provides your feet will all-day comfort and support. This Reef sandal also has a durable and grippy molded high density EVA outsole. Perfect beach bum attire, you'll love the Reef Phantoms.
Looking for cool comfort that's a step above the average flip-flop? This version of Reef's Phantoms is a great choice. The soft upper is lightly padded and lined with breathable fabric, while the contoured EVA footbed offers anatomical arch support.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 11.5 x 8.3 x 2.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B001PTHG1Q
- Item model number: Phantom Speed Logo
- Date first available at Amazon.com: February 16, 2004
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top customer reviews
I love wearing flip flops but found my high arches to be a problem with cheap flip flops. I purchased my first pair of these about 10 years ago and haven't looked back. These sandals have enough arch support that I can wear them like any tennis shoe.
There are a few thing you should be aware of with these flip flops:
-Break in Period: When you first wear them they feel tight around the strap and there isn't too much arch support. After wearing them for about a week the straps loosen up and they mold to your foot.
-Traction: This particular pair of flip flops has almost no grip on a smooth wet floor. It isn't a deal killer but be aware if you frequent conditions like this. I didn't have this issue with the Mick Fanning reef sandals.
-Odor: For some reason my feet like to sweat. This sometimes results in odor that seems to stick with the flip flops. Soaking them in some water and baking soda overnight resolves this issue.
My 11's arrived and felt really tight compared to the pair I had tried on, but I wore them for an hour and they definitely loosened up a bit. Just to confirm, I went back to the local store and tried on a size 12. The 12 was too long and too loose, so 11 is my size. Maybe this will help another guy with my size foot.
Don't know how they will hold up over time, but right now they are slightly tight and comfortable.
These sandals are very comfortable and decently priced. It is always a gamble buying shoes or sandals-flip-flops online. I wear a 10 1/2 and ordered an 11. They fit perfectly with no room to spare. If I were to order them again I would order an 11 1/2. The heel of my foot does not overhang the sandal but it is very close. I would say my heel is exactly even with the back of the sandal. I wear a wide shoe more because of aged joints than necessarily a wide foot. There is no room to spare on the width either. I did not see any way to order a wider flip-flop from them though. The arch support seems very good and they were comfortable the first time I put them on. Initially they did not seem to be very grippy. They were kind of slippery on my linoleum floor. but after an hour or so of wearing them they started to grip the ground better. They are very lightweight, look good, and appear to be well made. All in all I would buy them again. Just note that you must order a full size bigger than your normal size, and they probably will not fit a person with a wide foot.
Unfortunately, the new model fits a little snug (not all bad because it loosens after a few wears) and lacks the contour to your foot the original provided. Now, I'd not go out of my way to buy there -- and they are overpriced. Before, I'd pay $60 for those sandals and be happy.
They are not bad, but if you ever wore them before, don't expect the same.