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Get in Gear: FitFlops Booties

FitFlops have been all the rage since they made their debut stateside, but what's a leg-toning gal supposed to do when she has to tuck her sandals away for the Winter?

Enter the FitFlop Billow. These little cozy booties not only use the same technology as the beloved FitFlops, but they're super comfortable too. At $125, they don't come cheap, but if you've already fallen in love with their Summer counterparts, then dropping that much dough may not feel like a big splurge, but a necessity. You can pre-order them now at Blissworld.com. If you're still not sold on whether these shoes work their magic — or your legs, for that matter — then it might not be worth the dough. I think the thongs are comfy, but not sure how much they toned my legs.

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mandaleebee mandaleebee 6 years
I just started using my fit flops (got them this Christmas and its finally warm enough to wear them!). Although I haven't seen any change in the tone of my legs (yet!), I really like the support they give me. They're really comfortable and I feel like my posture improves when I walk in them.
ms_benes ms_benes 7 years
I've been wearing my FitFlops for two years now. I think they tone my legs because they're in great shape and I'm not that athletic other than doing 15 mins of yoga a day. I'm thinking of getting a pair of these for the winter months.
ms_benes ms_benes 7 years
I've been wearing my FitFlops for two years now. I think they tone my legs because they're in great shape and I'm not that athletic other than doing 15 mins of yoga a day.I'm thinking of getting a pair of these for the winter months.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i'm one to really buy into fads like this but i think that if i'm reading all about the reviews from you guys - then i don't know if it's worth the money that i'd have to spend on them. i might have to look into alternatives.
ferret ferret 7 years
i have the fitflops and i didn't see any toning. but they were much better for my long walks around the beach compared to regular flops! =)
bentley1530 bentley1530 7 years
As others have mentioned, Earth shoes started the negative heel years ago and I love wearing them.
fuzzles fuzzles 7 years
I couldn't justify the price, either. I'd stick to the good ol' Dr. Scholls wood soled sandles for about 35 clams. Anyone remember those? LOL
superfoxml superfoxml 7 years
Dude I bought another negative heel boot and it's way better than the fitflop booties..... http://zeta.zappos.com/product/7420230/color/24684 But aside from that I'm a Fitflop lover, not because I saw huge results in my legs but because they really support my feet and are insanely comfy. The Earth brand shoes actually started this neg. heel idea and they have a bigger selection.
superfoxml superfoxml 7 years
Dude I bought another negative heel boot and it's way better than the fitflop booties.....http://zeta.zappos.com/product/7420230/color/24684But aside from that I'm a Fitflop lover, not because I saw huge results in my legs but because they really support my feet and are insanely comfy. The Earth brand shoes actually started this neg. heel idea and they have a bigger selection.
Spectra Spectra 7 years
For $125, I would expect some UBER-toned legs from these. Even if they're comfy, I can't justify that price tag!
UrbanBohemian UrbanBohemian 7 years
I'm not sure how effective the FitFlops were in toning my legs either, but I find them extremely comfortable. They were especially good when I sprained my ankle and was going through physical therapy. So I would consider these for winter.
masonsmama masonsmama 7 years
I agree with Jessee - I didn't see any results, but they are incredibly comfortable compared to flimsier flip flops. The top strap thing seemed a little tight at first but once I got used to them, it was hard to go back to regular sandals.
heartbreakerx62x heartbreakerx62x 7 years
I have been curious about fit flops, has anyone had a good experience with them?
Jessee Jessee 7 years
The FitFlops did nothing to tone my legs even though I wore them all summer, BUT, they are crazy-comfy!
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