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Combat Flip Flops Launches Unarmed Forces Footwear Line

By Combat Flip Flops
{Issaquah, WA} With the mission to “Manufacture Peace Through Trade” Combat Flip Flops released the newest line of products to the offering–Shoes. What began in 2012 as a small line of flip flops grew into a product offering of American made bags, Afghan made shemaghs, and Laos made UXO jewelry–made in conflict or post conflict zones. The Unarmed Forces footwear line offers a full four season offering while satisfying those that “don’t do flip flops.”

Although you can move at a higher rate-of-speed and are more equipped to defend yourself in shoes–the tagline remains, “Bad for Running, Worse for Fighting.” Each pair sold funds a day of school for an Afghan girl through Aid Afghanistan for Education.

Manufactured in an artisan factory in Bogota, Colombia, the Unarmed Forces footwear line ranges from the $44.99 slip-on IN·TER·VAL to the $119.00 full leather TAN·GENT. Available men’s sizes 7 to 15 and women’s sizes 5 to 11. The UAF line is offered in a variety of upper and outsole colors–suiting the daily needs of the Unarmed Forces. Casual, business casual, or just straight business.


The UAF footwear is available for pre-order now and delivers Mid-November. All pre-orders wil receive a limited edition shemagh not available for purchase as a standalone product.


Shop UAF here:


5 Responses to “Combat Flip Flops Launches Unarmed Forces Footwear Line”

  1. CFF.Griff says:

    Thanks for sharing the mission.

  2. Credit for soles that aren’t white and look filthy after being worn one time and need either constant maintenance or replacement.

  3. Fernando says:

    This is great, and very happy to see my hometown mentioned in a positive way!