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F&F Facet Stud Flip Flops

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Brand: Tesco F&F / Type: Flip Flops

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      14.05.2013 11:17
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      Lovely flip flops from F&F

      I prefer shopping at Asda but when a Tesco store near me had a redesign they sent out money off coupons to attract people into the new look store, £6 off a £30 spend, I was sure to go there, team that with the £5 off a £25 spend on clothing and I was certain to visit. I picked up a few bits for both me and my daughter and I couldn't avoid buying my favourite type of footwear, flip flops!

      These flip flops are part of Tesco's F&F range so can only be purchased from Tesco stores or online from their website and they currently cost £5, a delivery charge will apply if you are buying online.

      The flip flops stood out to be because I usually go for the cheapest pair, but these were only a couple of pounds more and had a much better design to them. They have the normal T bar that goes between the big toe and the second toe to keep them on your feet then go over the top of your foot and meet the bottom of the flip flops most of the way down the foot. On top of this material there are studs glued on to give them a bit of detail, the studs are bronze and silver in colour and alternate between bigger and smaller studs. They are quite pretty to look at, definitely prettier than the cheaper ones! The white colour scheme also means that these will go with a variety of different colours without clashing.

      The part that your foot sits on is made from a rattan type material, I quite like this material on flip flops as despite looking uncomfortable they are surprisingly very comfortable. This rattan is edged with white material to add to the white design. The grip underneath the flip flops is ok, it is just has lines going across all the way down the length of each one, they aren't the sturdiest of flip flops but give enough grip to stop you sliding everywhere.

      The flip flops are available to buy in three different sizes, 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8. I'm a size 5 and find the 5-6 size to be perfect. They aren't on the big side despite being 5-6, there isn't any excess flip flop at the back of my foot at all. I find them very comfortable to wear and have worn them on all types of terrains without any problems. You can't feel every single stone you step on as they have quite a strong sole which is always good for the comfort factor. Of course, being flip flops they flip back up to your foot as you walk but I haven't come across them falling off altogether as the T bar keeps them on your foot with ease.

      At only a fiver, I think these flip flops from the F&F range are great. They look like they cost more, have a nice design and are extremely comfortable to wear. They are definitely recommended by me.

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