I had a pair of these when I was little. They may look goofy, but they are as comfortable as a slipper and and squishy as a cloud. Now they are not as goofy looking as some other shoe trends I've seen! ha ha ha
But I'm contemplating buying another pair and making them cool again! ha ha ha
I don't know if these were as popular on the East Coast as they were on the West Coast- they were a popular "beach shoe".
If you feel your feet are hankering for some soft, cushiony, rubbery, foot heaven....you can help me bring back the Flojo too!
Me and my sister would joke and say it: Flo-joe...just to be funny, But that's about at right as calling a TORTILLA (tor-tee-ya) a, TOR-TIL-UH.
and for those that are more into sleek black shoes....
may I present FLOJO in black....tres chic, eh!??
Would you rock the Flojo with KanJo? But you have to pronounce the J....KAN-JOE....not, KAN-HOE...that sounds bad. Very bad.
And my mom loves these because she can't stand wearing anything between her toes! ha ha ha Maybe that's why she bought them for me and my sis when we were little?!?
summer sandal time, KanJo (in this case, we are not defaulting to the Spanish J sound...ha ha ha)
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