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Gandy’s flip flops are back and better than ever for summer 2021

The famous flip flops are back and better than ever. An empire grew out of two orphaned young brothers and two flip-flops.

It’s been almost two years since Gandys sold flip-flops, and by popular demand, the brand is excited to announce 5 new styles. For many, Gandys are known for their flip-flops and embody Rob and Paul’s path to perseverance and success.

After Rob and Paul lost their parents in the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami in Sri Lanka, they wanted to carry on their parents’ legacy and build a brand that gives back to disadvantaged children. From designing a pair of flip-flops in their Croydon bedroom to selling a wide variety of travel gear, the brand has gained widespread recognition from celebrities to royals.

Iconically, Rob and Paul visited Buckingham Palace in two flip-flops when they were named Young Leaders for the Queen. Gandys has built children’s campuses in 5 different countries and is constantly looking to expand the Gandy Foundation.

The new flip-flop range is even more sustainable. The flip flops are made of 100% natural rubber and 20% recycled EVA. With every purchase going towards building a kids’ campus, it’s no wonder the flip-flops are so eagerly awaited.

Check out the full range of Gandys flip flops.

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Shell loves all things travel and the outdoors, and is a nature-loving, comfortable camping girl. Shell started the Camping with Style blog after a serious snowboarding accident that left her with a broken back. Even so, she used the outdoors and nature’s healing powers to recover, and she continues to spend time outdoors whenever she can.

From swimming in open water, snowboarding and kayaking to mountain hiking and meditation, Shell shares their travels and micro-adventures here on the blog. In various publications she has written for, Shell has a particular interest in promoting the well-being and the many benefits of natural therapy.

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