Why do Havaianas sandals smell


  1. 17.06.04, 12:44:37#1
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    Who Has Havaianas Flip Flops? Need help

    I need your help, it's about identifying a fake: I bought a couple of black Havaianas type Brasil on Ebay, but the parts smell like car tires and the three colors worked into the sole are yellow / blue / white from top to bottom.

    My original store-bought white flip flops don't smell at all, and certainly not like rubber, and the colors in the sole are green / yellow / blue.

    Does anyone have black Havaianas and can tell me if its look (and smell) exactly like mine from Ebay? I'm convinced I've caught a fake made from car tires

  2. 17.06.04, 14:27:40#2
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    Hi!
    So mine smells like rubber and is green-blue-yellow from top to bottom.

    But strangely there are also some with blue-white-yellow stripes.

  3. 17.06.04, 14:28:18#3
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    PS: But don't find the smell unpleasant

  4. 17.06.04, 14:38:27#4
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    @ me: you wanted to convince me that they are so great and don't hurt - should I dare and order on ebay?
    are the colored ones as "good" as the black ones?

    and can someone say something about the sizes, how are they?

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    @ Me: Do you have yours from Ebay or from a store?

  6. 17.06.04, 15:18:22#6
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    Hello!

    I'm also thinking about getting some, how expensive are they in the store?
    I agree with the size question, how do they turn out?
    Usually I have 41, but this year - especially when it comes to sandals - most of them in 41 are too short for me and I have to take 42 - if I have one at all!

    vg, sharkzzz

  7. 17.06.04, 15:40:03#7
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    Hi,

    I bought mine in the store, a year ago it cost 25 euros.
    So they are pretty huge, I have them in size 37/38 and I have shoe size 39 ...

    I guess there is no difference between the colors.
    If I were you I would buy them properly when you get it, it's really difficult to estimate the sizes and so you will surely get an original.

  8. 17.06.04, 15:53:13#8
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    Hm, I got mine from Brazil and I usually wear 38.5 / 39, and the 39s fit me well.

    To abracao

    there

    Mafalda
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  9. 17.06.04, 16:02:09#9
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    hm ...... 25 € for such slack ????? what do they actually cost in brazil?

    I think I'll dare and order some on ebay for about 10 € - and don't be hurt!

  10. 17.06.04, 16:07:06#10
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    Already in the order of 15-18 reais, although of course I bought nose primarily when the real was still above a dollar? Where is he now? 30 euro cents?

    10 euros, that's fine, otherwise push it over - and honestly, Brazilian chinelos (that's what they're called) have never hurt even my delicate, chafing feet!

    Beijinho

    Mafalda
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