"The guys who make our flip flops? They used to farm cocaine." The two ex-Army Rangers behind Combat Flip Flops still see it as their mission to defeat Islamic extremism in Afghanistan and they think they can do so more effectively with jobs than they ever could by dropping bombs.
I recently met two ex-Army Rangers in a bar, and got onto the topic of the war against ISIS. They told me they knew the solution: flip flops. I scoffed, which probably isn't something you should do to an Army Ranger's face. And they put me in my place.
Keen long ago laid claim to the "is it a shoe or is it a sandal?" footwear category. But this summer the company is releasing a rather unique pair of shoes that seem impossible to categorize. Possibly taking their inspiration from all the woven knit athletic shoes hitting the market, Keen's Uneeks are nothing but…
Look how ugly these sandals are. They look like a radioactive gummy bear pooped on a milk crate. But these Sazzi sports sandals are actually biomimeticly designed to keep your feet safe from uneven terrain, if not deeply judgmental eyes.
Now that summer is here, some of you will get fussy about shoes, instead opting for sandals. And unless you hate yourself (or think Crocs are great), don't opt for these ones, which pack a storage compartment in each sole.
These sandals use a copper coil in the right foot, connected by USB port to a base unit strapped to your leg, to find metal objects in the sand up to 2 feet away. In theory.
Tonight, on your local news at 11: Area man shocked slightly after wandering into surf while wearing his new metal detector shoes.
Squirrel away three ounces of your favorite beverage inside the heel of each of these Reef Dram Sandals, giving you a total of four generous shots of courage afoot wherever you may roam. Looks like a great way to keep your sanity—that is, if you don't mind your single malt tasting a bit like feet.
Summer's here, and a lot of the shorts you might be wearing these days don't have any pockets. But you probably still want to carry sufficient bucks around for those inevitable eventualities. Now you can stash anything in these ArchPort sandals, where there's a fitted insert nestled in the arch of each of these…
When a member of the Gizmodo team and his entire bloody extended family including In-Laws, Parents, young Baby Boy, and Wife, spends time on island paradises, namely Key West, he likes to talk to the makers of all-rubber sandals in order to silence the lambs that keep howling in his head as that selfsame extended…