We’d like to believe that our entire wardrobe speaks to our personality, from our cat emblazoned sweatshirt to our Sex In The City inspired monogram necklaces.
Well what if we can tell you that FLEEPS, a uniquely-designed sandal, is now giving its customers the ability to create their own custom pair to match their personality and style.
Every pair of classic FLEEPS has a sleek design and comes in a variety of colors making it the ideal staple for your summer wardrobe. FLEEPS is now giving its customers the option to have a unique experience on FLEEPS.com designing their own one-of-a-kind sandal – whether it be for summer camp, 4th of July parties, baseball games, wedding favors, among billion other event happenings. In the process, they decide the color of the sole, ankle strap and top strap.
With the purchase, they support a trend to change the planet by empowering and educating women and young girls (10% of each sandal purchased goes to the FLEEPS Foundation, providing funding to its non-profit partners committed to the education of girls).
“FLEEPS are already one of kind, but with our new customization option, we are offering an even more fashionable and fun product, perfect for our trend-setting customers,” stated Kael Robinson, founder and CEO, FLEEPS. “Red, white and blue for 4th of July celebrations or orange, blue and white to support our Super Bowl champs the Denver Broncos…There is a unique sandal to match any personality. Not to mention you feel good about giving back.”
Fleeps are available for purchase online at www.FLEEPS.com or Amazon. Custom FLEEPS sandals are $39.99.
FLEEPS donates 10% from each pair of FLEEPS sandals sold.
The company donates out of its FLEEPS Foundation quarterly the amount split between Shining Hope for Communities out of Kenya and Starfish Impact Foundation out of Guatemala.
FLEEPS also employs 100 women yearly to make FLEEPS sandals, which then goes to funding a school the women’s children go to, as well as fixing up a community in San Jose.
So far, FLEEPS have donated over $5,000.
Its goal is to sell 1,000,000 pairs by 2019, which will be able to educate 10,000 girls around the world.