For those who love nature, here are Havaianas' new Ipê models, in a new range of colourful prints representing Brazilian fauna. For 13 years now, Havaianas has been working with the Ipê Institute to help them on their Brazilian fauna and flora conservation projects. The sales of this model have already raised over 4.5 million Reals to help preserve the Brazilian natural habitat. These flip-flops are designed with images of Brazilian fauna and flora, many of which are now endangered, and therefore being studied by the Institute. The collection reflects the range of colours and diversity found in Brazilian forests, as well as raising awareness of indigenous species that are often not known by the wider public. The colour straps and contrasting logo, combined with the tropical designs give this model a unique and wild aesthetic look. When you buy a pair of Havaianas Ipê you help nature conservation as 7% is donated to the Ipê Institute to help save fauna and flora in the Atlantic forest, the Amazon basin and the Pantanal.
-Made in Brazil.
-Material: rubber sole.
-Benefits: Comfortable, durable, lightweight, heat-resistant, non-slip and water-resistant.
-Description: Greek key pattern on strap, rice grain pattern on footbed, brick pattern on outer sole.