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    I am quite new to flip flops, in fact I think these are my first pair of flip flops ever but they are very comfortable ( though at first found the toe strap bit a little painful but got used to it now)

    They are a size 10 as I am size 10 in trainers, however is it normal to have a gap all around your feet of a few centimetres on the flip flops or does mean they are too big? they fit great but I don't want to go out wearing them in public if they look too big, haha

    Also, I expected to hear a smacking/slapping noise as I walk in them but only a quiet noise, however the slapping/smacking sound is much louder than I expected and I worry people will be irrataed as I walk past them due to the loud smacking sound as I walk in them, lol, is it normal for it too sound so loud ?



    here is the photo , do you think the flip flops look to be the right size ? thanks


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    (Original post by I love life)
    I am quite new to flip flops, in fact I think these are my first pair of flip flops ever but they are very comfortable ( though at first found the toe strap bit a little painful but got used to it now)

    They are a size 10 as I am size 10 in trainers, however is it normal to have a gap all around your feet of a few centimetres on the flip flops or does mean they are too big? they fit great but I don't want to go out wearing them in public if they look too big, haha

    Also, I expected to hear a smacking/slapping noise as I walk in them but only a quiet noise, however the slapping/smacking sound is much louder than I expected and I worry people will be irrataed as I walk past them due to the loud smacking sound as I walk in them, lol, is it normal for it too sound so loud ?



    here is the photo , do you think the flip flops look to be the right size ? thanks


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    This is a very odd post i must say. The flip flops look fine and seem to fit well. Problem with flip flops if/when your feet sweat they can become really slippery haha. But they look fine.
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    You have a woman's leg, my Lord.


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    Incoming foot fetishists in 3... 2... 1...
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    It's not that big of a deal mate
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    (Original post by Richpeasant)
    This is a very odd post i must say. The flip flops look fine and seem to fit well. Problem with flip flops if/when your feet sweat they can become really slippery haha. But they look fine.
    I don't see why you deem it odd but meh. They do fit well, I just wasn't sure if there is supposed to be a gap all the way round the foot in the flip flops but I guess that is normal then, lol. I did not know that they can become slippery so thanks for that tip.
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    You have a woman's leg, my Lord.


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    (Original post by Legendary Quest)
    It's not that big of a deal mate
    do they look okay, i.e not too big ? cheers
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    (Original post by I love life)
    I am quite new to flip flops, in fact I think these are my first pair of flip flops ever but they are very comfortable ( though at first found the toe strap bit a little painful but got used to it now)

    They are a size 10 as I am size 10 in trainers, however is it normal to have a gap all around your feet of a few centimetres on the flip flops or does mean they are too big? they fit great but I don't want to go out wearing them in public if they look too big, haha

    Also, I expected to hear a smacking/slapping noise as I walk in them but only a quiet noise, however the slapping/smacking sound is much louder than I expected and I worry people will be irrataed as I walk past them due to the loud smacking sound as I walk in them, lol, is it normal for it too sound so loud ?



    here is the photo , do you think the flip flops look to be the right size ? thanks


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    Lol
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    (Original post by cherryred90s)
    Lol
    what's so funny ?
 
 
 
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