Happy Feet sandals have been around since the 1970’s when its founder realized that there might be a market in the Philippines for comfortable, wooden orthopedic sandals. With its relaunch in 1998, the brand made the wooden bakya fashionable and popular by introducing colorful straps and bright, hand-painted prints on the sole. I was looking through the Happy Feet catalogue today and I discovered that they expanded their women’s line to include all sorts of shoe styles like clogs and flipflops. Among all their new styles, their ballet flats are the best. The designs range from simple classics to trendy styles with loud prints. The best part about them is that unlike most flats I’ve tried, Happy Feet flats are extremely comfortable because they come with arch support – which my flat feet desperately need.
To view their catalogue and check out their store locations, visit the Happy Feet website.