Where Comfort on her feet meets the streets

OKA b. is a Atlanta based shoe manufacturer that makes flip-flops, sandals, slides and thongs that are just as comfy and good for the planet as they are trendy.

I just love the OKA b. 2012 new spring & summer collection and the nice thing is the entire collection is priced under $45- making it easy on your pocket book.

My daughters favorite OKA b shoes are the Poppy in Fuchsia, which is from the from the OKA b. S/S collection. She just loves her Fuchsia Poppy thongs. I like how the shoes are adorned with bright spring flowers and stones.The thong sandals feature an ergonomic foot bed enhanced with massage beads, arch support and a sculpted heel cup to pamper the foot with every step. OKA b.’s non-absorbent material makes the shoes machine washable and easy to sanitize.

“New offerings from the OKA b. S/S 12 Collection include the Daisy in Capri, Electric Pink, Cherry and Citrine, the Poppy in Fuchsia with floral clusters, the Justine with enamel flowers along with the entire collection of splashy ballet flats in dozens of vibrant colors.

Soft neutrals such as the Lucy in Dove with white coin flowers and the Alyssa in Aged Gold balance the collection for those who are looking for a more classic look. ”

In addition to creating shoes with minimal waste, OKA b. recently partnered with The American Cancer Society to outfit breast cancer patients with free sandals when they are going through treatment.


Customers can send their well–loved shoes to the OKA b corporate headquarters, where they will be ground and mixed with virgin material to create new product.

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Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.

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