Note: this post was accurate at time of writing. FitFlop Malaysia has since dropped their prices so its now cheaper to purchase locally in Malaysia.
If you’re from Malaysia and are wanting to purchase the FitFlop slippers in this region, try to get it from Singapore.
I got my 2nd pair (Oasis) from Isetan at Wisma Atria on Orchard Rd. for about S$99.90 (RM230 at 2.3 exchange rate). This one with the suede thong retails in KL for RM318 or thereabouts which is MUCH more expensive.
The Pietra which I was lusting after previously is S$119.90 (RM276 at 2.3 exchange rate) compared to RM318+ but I did not get it because it did not fit me well. Ditto the Electra (with sequins) – I can’t wear that one. Different FitFlop designs fit differently, I’ve found.
My old Walkstar III in bronze retails at S$109.90 and I paid RM288 for it. I wasn’t sure if I wanted the original Walkstar with the red thong which was just going for S$89.90 (RM268 here). Perhaps I might anyway
There was a good selection of designs and sizes at Isetan Wisma Atria especially for my size (Size 3) which is so hard to get hold of here. They also have men’s and children FitFlops.
Only thing is that although the sales are on, there were no sales on the FitFlop slippers. If you fly into Singapore however, you can claim your GST refund with minimum purchase of S$100 which can add up to quite a bit if you do a lot of shopping.
So that makes your slippers cheaper right?
Fitflops aren’t cheap but I like them and if you’d like a pair of this expensive flip flops in this region, try to get them from Singapore. You will still feel the pinch but it will be less painful
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Note: My recommendation is for those intending to shop in the South East Asia region. Fitflops appear to be much cheaper in the USA and UK