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What are the most expensive flip flops in the world?
The flip flop sandal is a shoe that came from the Japanese, and were introduced
in the Western Hemisphere during the 1950’s. Most flip flops you can pick up
from Wal-Mart for a few dollars and are garden variety plastic thong type
shoes. Of course you can always grab some embellished flip flops for a few
dollars more, however, these flip flops here really blow those varieties right
out of the ball park.
There are higher end flip flops on the market however. And by higher, we mean
way higher. One company known as Electric Couture has designed some pricy
thongs. What makes them special is that the sandals are decorated and
embellished in rock and roll style themes that come complete with slogans.
Slogans such as ‘Wild Thing’ or ‘Walk This Way’ will be found on these pricey
shoes, and some of them even come bedazzled with crystals. All for the low low
price of $1,800.
But those aren’t the
most expensive. A jeweler by the name of H. Stern has sold flip flops for as
high as $17,000 back in 2004. Only four years later, if he were to sell the
same pair he would garner much more than that even. The key to the luxury here
are the 1,500 gold feathers that accent the shoes along with the encrusted
diamond settings. This was a limited edition, with only one pair ever being
Peche Platinum is
trying very hard to stay in the game for high-end products but maintain a much
more reasonable price point. These are constructed with patent pending
technology that come complete with crocodile straps ensuring the most comfort
possible. And, if you are the tree hugger animal lover type that can’t bear to
see crocodiles suffer for shoes, Peche Platinum donates 5% of the profits sold
from these shoes to eco-conscious groups that provide aid and assistance to both
monkeys and crocodiles. And with their price of $400, these flip flops are
probably the easiest of all expensive flip flops on the market to attain.
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