How far can your Fitflop go?

I am not a person who likes branded merchandise. I am the thrift store guy slash hand me down guy. If I have a brand new stuff, it only means that it was given to me or my mom pressured me to buy it. But when I tried a Fitflop sandal, it felt more like heaven on earth. Since I am a traveler who is tired of carrying one shoe and one sandal, the Fitflop sandal is an intersection of both, making it easier for me to go around places.

So I bought a pair for $90 to satisfy my hungry “sole.”

I tried to do an experiment on how far it can go.. So, my blog will feature the sandal every now and then. I can’t think of a name of my sandal, so if you have any suggestion, please do comment below.

The Initial Adventure:

1) Bought the Sandals last February 17 at Marquee Mall, Angeles City

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2. February 21, 2013 KFC Dau Mabalacat Terminal. We bought our dinner here before our North Luzon Trip.

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3. February 23, 2013. On the way to Kapurpuruwan Rock Formation, Burgos, Ilocos Norte.

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4. February 23, 2013. Inside the Paoay Church (UNESCO Heritage Site), Paoay, Ilocos Norte.

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5. February 23, 2013. Heritage Streets of Vigan, Ilocos Sur.

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6. February 24, 2013. Panagbenga Festival (Flower Festival) of Baguio City. The place was crowded and my Fitflop stood out.

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Watch out for the next adventure of my Fitflop. Again, send me name suggestions. Haha.

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