These 'Link' Shoes Hug The Sides Of Your Feet and Have No Tops
Date Published: 05/18/2020 10:57 AM
Maybe it's just me, but I simple hate wearing flip flop sandals. There's just something horribly irritating about having a little pole right in between my toes that wiggles back and forth with each step I take. Luckily, someone clearly hated them just as much as me and created these topless sandals. They're called Link Flip Shoes, and they're a shoe/sandal combo that have no tops, and hug the sides of your feet to stay on.
The Link shoe sandals offer the freedom of sandals, without the discomfort of rubbing or wearing on your toes or the top of your feet, while still offering the style, comfort, and safety of a regular shoe. Flip flops get slippery and are hard to walk in when you're sweaty. Not with these shoes! They wrap around your feet at every angle, so there's no sliding around or falling off.
If you prefer your feet to breath a lot more than while wearing regular shoes or sandals, these "Link" shoes might be for you. They're perfect for travel, yoga, exercising, at the beach, at work, shopping, or really anywhere. No straps or strings attached!
The Link shoes take just a few seconds to put on. Just step into each one, and make sure the sides are fully wrapped around your feet, that's it. They have much more custom shoe sizes, that go down to the millimeter, so you'll have to measure your feet before finalizing the deal.
The shoe sandal combo shoes offer arch support for better support and foot pain relief, work great in wet or sweaty conditions, are excellently ventilated, and are made from an EVA cushioning material with anti-odor and anti-bacterial properties that provide both comfort and protection for your feet.
The Link shoes come in a small recyclable minimal shoe box that can double as a storage box for the shoes when not in use, are vegan, are 3D ready, and are a different and unique shoe that help you stand out.
Check out the Link shoes and sandal combo that hug the sides of your feet in action via the video below.
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