In 1962, Havaianas was made to fit the beach-loving, easy-going and confident mindset of a tropical culture.
Over three billion pairs of Havaianas Flip-Flops have been sold all over the world.
Havaianas Flip-Flops is Made of 100% secret rubber formula, Havaianas distinguished itself from other flip-flops which used EVA and PVC.
With its secret rubber formula, Havaianas Flip-Flops boasted extreme comfort, reliable durability and the ability to retain its original shape.
Havaianas Flip-Flops Symbolize the ease and comfort of fashion; authenticity, anchored on its heritage of comfort and durability,
Havaianas Flip-Flops Classic and basic or bright and bold, has struck a chord among the fashionable set that cannot erased.
Havaianas Supports Rock Ed
As a service to the community Havaianas is supporting Rock Ed, a youth oriented, non-profit organization that encourages and supports alternative education, Rock Ed’s Original Grant—a project designed to encourage socio-civic support from the youth.
Havaianas was interested in Rock Ed’s particular initiative that basically gives kids a blank canvas to think of unique and original ways on how to make a difference.
Parties interested in receiving the Original Grant can send their original project ideas to email@example.com on or before April 4, 2009.
Pledge your support for all things original: original thought, original works, and original creations at www.havaianasphilippines.com/original.
PINOY Native Tsinelas
Once you are home, the first thing to do is to take off ones shoes and wear the tsinelas. For Filipino families its sometimes a form of welcome especially for a father to have his tsinelas taken to him by his son or daughter upon reaching home.
Our parents used to wear some native tsinelas made of abaca and cloth with beads. My mom says its called a “cocho,”, my sister really took time out to search where she can buy this cloth type tsinelas, because my mom has some form of allergy to sysnthetic tsinelas. Luckily it’s still available in Quiapo.
The new generation would go for the Havainas type flipflops. However these native tsinelas are now worn as part of costumes during school presentations when performing native dances.