'Floafers' Are a Thing and Every Dad Needs a Pair for Father's Day

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If ever there was a time for Floafers to become a thing, it's now.

Summer 2021 is gearing up to be a transitional period in our lives that calls for business-casual style with work-from-home comfort. We're not quite ready to wear hard pants, but we know our sweats have overstayed their welcome. While putting on a full face of makeup seems impossible, it might be time to reintroduce ourselves to mascara. And anything that goes on our feet better be as comfortable as the slippers we've been wearing for a year and a half.

That's where Floafers come in.

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These waterproof shoes made of EVA foam are exactly what they sound like: floating loafers. Designed to take you from the beach to the boardroom, Floafers combine functionality with fashion. (Well, sort of. 😂) They're odor resistant, easy to clean, and boast advanced ventilation "that keeps feet cool and helps water and debris drain away quickly." But unlike other EVA footwear, they have a sleeker silhouette that's modeled after the classic loafer.

In other words, they're like fancy Crocs—and your dad (or husband!) definitely needs a pair.

Take a hint from one reviewer, who says her hubby never takes 'em off:

"Purchased for my husband to wear while we're on the boat since flip flops can slide off when they get wet. He wears these ALL the time whether we're on the boat, doing yard work, cutting grass, running errands, everywhere. He wants another pair in a different color! He says they're true to size and have not rubbed any blisters."

There are so many different colors and styles of Floafers to choose from, you're bound to find a pair that the man in your life will love. You can go for a dressier option with tassels or keep it simple with the Floafers Chairman Bit. There are even options for women and children, so are you thinking what we're thinking? (Matching family Floafers!)

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