Helly Hansen
Luna Sandals




less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 and above

Recent Flip-Flop Reviews

OluKai Hokua

rated 4 of 5 stars OluKai Hokua Sandals offer excellent comfort, water resistance, traction, and are great for Plantar Fasciitis! I use these day-to-day as well as for camp shoes. I recommend these especially for those suffering from Plantar. In my experience, flops have never been associated with comfort, traction, or stability. I've always assumed that's the trade-off for the convenience of open-toed easy-on/off footwear. OluKai has completely changed my expectations! The OluKai Hokua are, by far, the most comfortable… Full review

Teva Women's Mush

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The most comfortable flip-flops I've ever owned, the Teva Mush are my all time favorites. I love my Teva Mush flip-flops. I've bought a dozen pairs over the years. If it isn't broken, there's no need to update the style (or fix it).  I tend to go with a slightly smaller size, even though I'm a six 1/2 shoe size I purchase size 6 sandals from Teva. The Mush footbed conforms to my foot and how my foot strikes while walking, creating a custom fit every time. The only drawback of wearing my flip-flops… Full review

Source Men's Djibouti

rated 5 of 5 stars I bought my first pair four years ago, and they were the best flip-flops that I ever had. It's like walking on clouds. I can walk miles in them without my feet hurting. The unique padding is something that I haven't encountered yet in any other flip flop. So when I lost them while on a hiking trip this past winter in Guadalupe National Park (Texas), I had to buy another pair right away. The soft foam base molds to your feet over time, but even before that it is quite comfortable with no break-in… Full review

Bokos Sandals

rated 4 of 5 stars Easy to clean. Also a great sandal for morning and evening because you can slip them on while wearing your favorite sock if it's getting chilly out. I use them for bass fishing wear on the bass boat, around the house, around camp and after a run. A great all around sandal at $18 (oops, my buddy left the price on em). They don't seem to slip much, so decent traction. I don't have an annoying thing between my toes. And best of all I can wear them straight out of the gate with a sock in the AM if it's… Full review

OluKai 'Amo Flip-Flops

rated 5 of 5 stars These sandals are great for a family vacation. I have had the ones with the pink straps for about 3 years now and they still look and feel great. These flip flops look nice enough to wear out to dinner, they are comfortable enough to walk around in all day, and I can wear them into the water if we're at the beach. I wouldn't wear them out in the woods because I think that branches would probably scratch them. My husband has a pair and he cut the sole a little when he stubbed his toe on our granite… Full review

OluKai Men's 'Ohana Flip-Flops

rated 5 of 5 stars The best flip-flop ever made! OluKai has finally made a flip-flop worth wearing beyond a few hours. This truly replaces a sandal for all-day summer wear. The material is highend and the support is unreal!! They do not weigh a ton like Chaco and Teva/Reef/Sanuk suck compared to these. Well worth the money!!! Do your feet a favor and buy a pair. At the very least try them on! Full review

Rafters Women's Tsunami Flip-Flop

rated 5 of 5 stars The Tsunami version of Rafters are the best flip-flops I have owned...rugged, non-slip and support the arch of the foot. Why are they not for sale this year?? Full review

Teva Men's Mush

rated 5 of 5 stars I have now owned the Mush for about a year and have no complaints. They are still holding strong, though the tread is starting to wear around the heel and big toe. No odor has yet to emerge from the foot bed. I bought these while working in the Zion Canyon Village. I was visiting the village for the day and I stubbed my foot on some uneven concrete. When this happened it caused the webbing to separate off the sole of my previous pair of Tevas. I cannot remember what model my old ones were, but they… Full review

Bokos Sandals

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I bought myself a pair in military green. I am mostly a cyclist and camper, and I dabble in hiking and fishing. These sandals are great for around the campsite and after a ride. I wouldn't recommend wearing them while hiking, but put 'em in your pack and the first sign of water, slap them on! My Bokos performed exactly as I wanted them to. Around the campsite, they were easy to slip on while I was still wearing my socks. They are easy to kick off when I hop into the tent, they clean up really easily,… Full review