FitFlop launches charity sandals!

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Posted on June 17th, 2016 by Luisa Gatward

FitFlop have launched these fun, summery sandals  – one broadcasting LOVE, the other HOPE – they are engineered with the legendary Microwobbleboard™ midsoles and come in five fabulous colours.

For each pair sold in the UK, $15 will donated to Habitat for Humanity Great Britain. This year they have committed to donating $150,000 worldwide.

Habitat for Humanity Great Britain helps families build strength, stability and self reliance through shelter in 70 countries. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.

With a shared belief that inspired lives start with a great foundation, FitFlop is proud to earmark these inspiring sandals to help Habitat for Humanity Great Britain achieve its aims.

We are delighted to promote these sandals on our site knowing that for every pair sold a $15 donation will be made to Habitat for Humanity Great Britain as well as a donation to  our givers chosen cause for shopping via TheGivingMachine.

FitFlop Charity Sandal

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For all purchases made via TheGivingMachine until the 25th June 2016, FitFlop will offer an increased donation to your cause of up to 7.5%.

The LOVE & HOPE sandals come with free delivery and returns.

For all other orders, free delivery is available when you spend over £75 and as always you will get free returns.

The first FitFlop sandal was sold in 2007, after Dr David Cook and Darren James, expert biomechanists at London South Bank University, collaborated with Marcia Kilgore (an entrepreneur and multi-tasking mum). Built with simple sporty style upper straps and an ergonomically engineered Microwobbleboard™ midsole, the concept was a phenomenal  and global success.

Yes, their shoes look gorgeous, but there’s more – try on a pair of FitFlop sandals, shoes, sneakers, cloggs or ballerinas and it’s likely you’ll feel one of the smart technologies kick in immediately.

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