When we talk about flip-flops, we often think about Havaianas. Yes, we’re talking about he rounded head rubber flip-flops can be worn anywhere, and for some, everywhere.
Did you know that the first pair of Havaianas was made in 1962 and was inspired by the traditional Japanese sandals—the Zori? The rice straw soles on the traditional Zori inspired the grainy texture on the Havaianas rubber soles today.
58 years later, the Brazilian slipper brand is going back to its roots to release a line of flip-flops—the Tradi Zori. It is developed for the urban style, with a square base made of rubber and fabric strap.
To celebrate this new look, the brand is collaborating with mastermind JAPAN to incorporate its iconic skull pattern with the shapes of Havaianas flip-flops. There are two different models: Top Mastermind with the traditional Havaianas sole, and Tradi Zori Mastermind with angular heels in its sole.
The Tradi Zori range will be available in Singapore on 10 June 2020, exclusively at Club 21 Mens.
Price: S$120 to S$220
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