When we think flip-flops, we typically just grab an Old Navy pair for three bucks, or if we really wanna get fancy – a pair of Havaianas for a little over $20. Well, we’ve discovered a pair that’s a slight bit pricier. Introducing the world’s most expensive flip-flops: part of the Chipkos Collector’s Edition, the pair is a hand-painted, one-of-a-kind version by renowned Los Angeles contemporary artist, David Palmer. These flip-flops are hand-made from 6 grams of solid 18 carat eco-friendly gold and hand painted and come in a mahogany wood and glass display case and an eco-friendly Chipkos carrying bag.
With the purchase of these flip flops, Chipkos will protect 100,000 square feet of rain forest land to protect and preserve the land, species and natural resources. You’ll also get a “meet and greet” with the artist plus a two-night stay at the eco-friendly Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills.
The sandal comes in a Men’s size 8/9.
Will you shell out $18K for flip-flops to save the rainforest?
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