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Super

ProAttractive; very comfortable; absorbs shock; exerc...

ConsFairly expensive; feet exposed to the elements

I have funny feet. With a high instep and high arch (don't ask me which is which) my feet are almost impossible to fit with comfortable shoes. An added complication is that with water-retention, my ankles can swell to very painful proportions, and I need proper support for my feet since damaging...

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Excellent

ProSo comfortable, easy to wear, tone your legs and b...

ConsThey start at £35 which is expensive to some

Eurgh summer time is here and the manky feet are out! Seriously some of the sights I have seen this week traveling to and from work have made me want to puke. What I don't understand is why people wear open toe shoes/Flip Flops when they have feet which resemble the trotters of pigs... surely a...

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Excellent

“I'll be fit before I flop!”

published 26/06/2009

Prosmart casual footwear that will help you stay fit

Consexpensive

I'm pretty much always on a quest to keep fit and to keep in shape but it's not always easy with the demands of a young family. I even have my own treadmill at home as I have found it virtually impossible to get to the gym on a regular basis. There are some days though when I simply don't have...

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“Floating on air”

published 16/07/2007

ProLike walking on air

ConsVery expensive

Is it possible to buy a pair of shoes that will exercise your legs? I saw some information about FitFlops and it got me wondering. I am old enough to remember Scholl exercise sandals and I bought a pair of those many years ago so it was probably inevitable that I would be swayed by the hype and...

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Super

“Miles better than flip flops”

published 13/08/2010

ProReally really comfortable, health benefits.

ConsNot cheap and took me a couple of weeks to break i...

I've had problems finding decent summer shoes. During the winter I live in skirts and long boots. The summer is a different story. I have one pair of really comfy but quite worn ballet flats from Kurt Geiger. I have several other pairs of ballet flats that I never wear because they rub my poor...

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Excellent

“Feet first!”

published 11/07/2010

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Conssee review

A few months ago a friend met me for lunch wearing a new pair of rather unusual flip flops. They not only looked good but apparently were toning her legs and bum as she walked! I was impressed and wanted to know more! Once back at home I decided to look up these flip flops via Google to find out...

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Excellent

“An easy work out”

published 01/08/2013

ProWell made, very comfortable, tones legs

ConsPricey if you pay full price

I love fit flops and have currently got two pairs. The first I bought from the Avon catalogue about three years ago for about £15, and although they are not authentic fit flops are not much different to my 'proper' pair. The ones I am reviewing today are genuine fit flops which I bought from a...

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Super

Provery comfy, hard wearing shoes in a range of colou...

Consonly one style, price for them, not that pretty

I first spotted Fitflops 3 summers ago in an email from Boots. Being a bit of a sucker when it comes to anything that claims to help you get fitter in an easy manner, i was persuaded to purchase a pair. They are now available in a lot more colours than when i bought my pair. I paid £32 for a pair...

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Excellent

ProThey workout but they never wear out

ConsBit pricey but worth it

My first encounter with Fitflops was when I met a group of friends in Brighton and two of them turned up wearing Fitflops. I had never heard of them before but both these two ladies praised their comfort as well as health benefits and although they had quite chunky soles, they looked really...

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Excellent

“FitFlops, the benefits”

published 11/03/2010

ProLots (tones, posture, strengthens)

ConsNone

I brought my FitFlops last summer upon lots of poeple telling me just how great they are and I have no regrets. After reading that FitFlops, it is claimed: > Are like a built in gym work out > Imporve posture > Help strengthen muscles > Burn fat > Tone legs and bottom This sounds pretty wonderful...

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“The Fit Flop”

published 16/07/2008

ProIncredibly comfortable

ConsPricey!

I first saw these mentioned in one of those glossy womens magazines. "The shoe with the built in gym! Tone your legs while you walk!" Needless to say, I flicked the page over and thought nothing of it. Just an advertising gimmick for some very expensive flip flops. But the thought stayed in my...

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Super

Provery comfortable

Consbeing small made

Since having my baby (5months ago), I found it very hard to find time to squeeze a gym session into my hectic lifestyle as a new mother...That was until i came across the fitflop. In my opinion I think this creation is fantastic, and wish i had came across it earlier. The fitflop helps to tone up...

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Excellent

“My knees love flitflops”

published 13/12/2008

ProVery comfortable, ease aches and pains.

ConsCan't wear other shoes now!

Early this year I tore the cartilage and cruciate ligament in my knee and had to have an arthroscopy . This highlighted the fact that I have arthritis in my knees , so anything that was going to help me was worth trying. I bought my first pair of sandals and within days found a vast improvement...

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Super

Procomfort

Consa bit ugly

These are by far the comfiest shoes i have ever worn. i have had them for two weeks and already i'm looking for another pair! They don't feel any different to other shoes. no fitness results as yet but it's early days, so fingers crossed. they appear abit ugly (however this is very subjective) as...

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published 11/03/2010

is this is low price? I' like to ask if this FitFlop is low priced?
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published 11/03/2010

It all depends on what you are looking for and why. The Average price for the least expensive FitFlop is £36 . . . which might sound expensive if all you wanted was a cheap sandal to wear on the beach (ordinary flipflops can be £2 - £10/pair but I cannot wear them) . . . these however give your feet support and exercise your legs naturally and are far cheaper and nicer looking than either MBT or Crocs . . . I find them ideal for me . . . jesi

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Listed on Ciao since: 23/06/2007