Head Over Heels for Flip Flops

Waikiki Magazine - - ISHOP - By Brit­tany Atibur­cio

Since 1946, Is­land Slip­per has been mak­ing flip flops (or as lo­cals would say, “slip­pahs”) by hand in Honolulu. Stay­ing true to the life­style and cul­ture of Hawai`i, the fam­ily owned and op­er­ated com­pany in­vites you to be part of their Is­land Slip­per ‘ ohana (fam­ily) and wel­comes you to their new home con­ve­niently lo­cated at the Royal Hawai­ian Cen­ter. The new 2,000-square­foot store, which could pos­si­bly be mis­taken for an is­land beach house, fea­tures more than 80 styles of footwear for men and women. The Car­pen­ter fam­ily, own­ers of Is­land Slip­per, pro­duces prod­ucts that fo­cus on com­fort, high-qual­ity and crafts­man­ship, while re­main­ing true to be­lief that there should be “a deep con­nec­tion be­tween where you are and where you come from.” Trust us, once you try on one of Is­land Slip­per’s san­dals, you will want to kick your shoes to the side, re­lax your feet, and make your­self

at home.


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