Barefoot Sandals: The Goodness of Going Bare!

Back in the 60’s and 70’s people don’t wear stilettos, sandals and flip flops too much, other type of shoes are also hard to come by. People walk around barefooted. It’s fun and they love it.

Forget not the earth delights to feel your bare feet..

Today, with all the supermodel magazines where we see models wearing super high heels, elegant and expensive shoes, walking in barefoot is kind of awkward. People will surely look at you when you walk in the mall or public places with no shoes or sandals on. In their minds, you must be some kind of beggar or probably lost.

But life in an unexploited island paradise is different..

In Malapascua, our creative Maldito Girls came up with the idea to go barefooted while walking around Kokay’s Maldito restaurant. They love serving our guests barefooted because it’s comfortable and makes them more effective. Later on, they discovered some Barefoot Sandals do-it-yourself instructions around the web and thought about making some for fun and wearing it as a friendship symbol.

Maldito Girls in the restaurant with their very own Barefoot Sandals.
Maldito Girls in the restaurant wearing their very own Barefoot Sandals.

Seeing it as a good fashion accessory, guests keep on asking where to get those pretty barefoot sandals our Maldito girls are wearing in the restaurant. So then, this became part of our Souvenir Shop making it available for everyone who loves to go bare.

These Barefoot Sandals are easy to wear. Elegant, classy and an extremely attractive accessory for your feet. Not only that, this sandals are pretty much what you need for all occasions because you can coordinate it with any outfit. Great for weddings on the sand. Works well in a dinner with wine. Or go exotic dancing with friends and dance the night away inside our Bar. Be on the go in an impromptu brunch after your dives or wear this on a boat cruise.

Barefoot Sandals started as a friendship symbol between Maldito Girls so you and your BFF’s may plan to walk around barefooted and spend some time together with this sandals on. It is so fun to use, comfortable and very sexy.

Barefoot Sandals for Kids are very pretty.
Barefoot Sandals for Kids are very pretty.

Barefoot Sandals vs Shoes: The Difference?

Admit it, shoes or sandals are everywhere! Means they’re boring. And flip flops FLOP. They can hurt your feet, twist your ankle and trip on steps. They really don’t provide much support specially when you are walking around a fine sandy beach. Sandals also make some slappy slappy sound. It will float in the water and slip off your feet.

Generally, sandals are not very COOL..

At Kokay's Maldito Dive Resort there is NO SHOES required.
At Kokay’s Maldito Dive Resort there is NO SHOES required.

Some amazing facts about walking and running barefooted..

Health Benefits of walking barefoot:
1. Get more chi
2. Clear your mind
3. Fight varicose veins
4. Free reflexology session
5. Going barefoot is grounding
6. More ability to spread the toes
7. Decrease anxiety and depression
8. Strengthens and stretches the muscles, tendons and ligaments in your feet, ankles and calves.

New Jersey Sports Medicine and Performance Center Research on Barefoot Runners

Advocates claim that doing so:
1. Strengthens the muscles, tendons and ligaments of the foot.
2. Promotes a natural running gait that is less prone to injury.
Other claims:
3. Shoes provide support, which doesn’t allow the foot to strengthen and support itself.
4. Shoes reduce proprioception, the body’s awareness of itself to its environment.
5. Shoes add mass to the foot, slowing down the runner.
6. Runners who run barefoot have HAPPY LANDINGS.

Now, are you convinced that going barefooted has all the goodness that you need to have a healthy and happy preposition in life?

Not only that, you can go barefooted but still have the fashion sense it you.

Our Barefoot Sandals fits kids and adults in different sizes. It is a great gift for your baby, your wife, your girl friends and even your husband will love it too.

For inquiries, please e-mail our Front Desk Team at Kokay’s Maldito Dive Resort.

2 comments to Barefoot Sandals

  • Nelson Beck

    I love your barefoot sandals. I love to walk and run barefoot. I made my own barefoot sandals to be able to enter stores and businesses that want patrons to wear shoes. Here in the U.S. many people are prejudiced against barefeet, think that barefeet are unsanitary, and some businesses think they will be sued if a patron steps on sharp objects on the floor.
    Gradually, more people are going barefoot and there is more awareness of earthing and the health benefits of going barefoot. Barefoot sandals help so much.

  • mabu

    Dear Nelson
    Thank you so much for your feedback! Wishing you the best health ever!!!
    Kokay’s Maldito Dive Resort

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