Fit Flops for leaner legs?

by Bionic Beauty on 05.Aug.2007 · 4 comments

We all want long, lean, svelt legs, do we not? A new shoe designed in the UK promises to deliver such.

Fit Flops - women's sandals that exercise your legsFit Flops - women's sandals that exercise your legs

The all new Fit Flop!

These women’s sandals are appropriately called Fit Flops and are taking the world by storm. You can order your Fit Flops from Bath and Body Works stores for $45 a pair (although a few months ago the flops were only $30), and be sure to call to verify their inventory status before driving a long distance. I heard tales of one lady who drove 200 miles to grab a pair! The shoes are also available online at BlissFit Flop exercise sandals at Bliss. UK and international Bionic Beauties can find stores by visiting

The Fit Flops are available in Red and Black, with Bliss and a few UK retailers stocking the new Light Blue version.

Since everyone’s having a heckuva hard time getting ahold of these, the verdict is still out if the shoes actually help you get in shape or if they just make you want to walk more.


1 Stephanie June 10, 2009 at 7:50 pm

I have had lower back problems for years. I’ve had surgery, injections and even physical therapy. I wear very heavy orthatics in my regular shoes……but Flipflops made walking heavenly. As soon as the weather is allowable – I wear my Fitflops everywear. I own two pairs and hopefully, will be buying a third. LOVE THEM

2 Bionic Beauty June 10, 2009 at 9:01 pm

Wow, Stephanie, that’s a glowing review! I have back problems too. Like you… PT for 2 years, several sets of injections, and surgery last week. I’m hoping this well help.

Isn’t it a chore finding comfortable shoes??? Glad you love your Fit Flops!!
Jami (aka Bionic Beauty)

3 MICHELLE June 13, 2009 at 3:19 pm

The fit flops actually made my back ache a bit at first, but that effect went away as I got used to them, my legs and butt do seem more toned since I started wearing them. They are way more comfortable than regular (old navy) flip flops.

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