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FitFlop PH Shuts Down After 13 Years


FitFlop PH Shuts Down After 13 Years


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The iconic footwear brand, FitFlop Philippines announced its shut down operation for both online and offline stores.

“Today, June 30, [2021], is the last day of operations for all FitFlop stores, both online and offline,” the brand posted on Instagram.

“We’d like to thank you for your support, and hope you continue to enjoy our products,” it added.


“We realized that the really cool shoes are the ones you wear until they fall apart, that are so comfortable they call your name from the closet. Shoes with that perfect combination of biomechanics, comfort and fashion. We make them. And they -in turn- make us,” wrote Marcia Kilgore, founder of FitFlop.

Since 2007, the brand has been serving Filipinos and providing the best footwear they can offer such as shoes, sneakers, clogs, sandals, and more. For over a decade FitFlop has been committed to making Filipino feet “look good” and “feel great.”

“When we entered the scene in 2007 it was generally accepted that a shoe could not look good and feel great, especially after hours of wearing. We set about changing this one step at a time,” the brand says on its website.

FitFlop was bought by an international brand, Primer Group of Companies, then the brand was first to introduce its iconic “walkstar.”

This month, all the FitFlop footwear can be bought on sale at PHP1,999 and below until the end of June. For the last time, check out their shop for your last minute shopping spree at www.fitflop.com.