kino sandals

We couldn't believe our eyes when we walked into this rustic sandal factory, located in the oldest quarter of Key West, and saw the incredible array of leather-and-rope flip-flops, toe-strap slide-ons, and other hippie styles—all for between $8 and $11 a pair. In our minds, Kino is an essential stop in Florida. We urge you: Bring as many pairs home as possible, because you can't buy them anywhere else.
107 Fitzpatrick St., 305-294-5044, kinosandalfactory.com for more information

Products: Shoes
Type of Store: Boutique

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