A $18,000 pair of flip flop by Chipkos for sale, hand-painted by Los Angeles artist David Palmer. This collector’s piece is priced as the world’s most expensive flip flop. But it’s all for a good cause — proceeds will go to protect 100,000 square feet of endangered rain forest land.
“This piece represents a unique opportunity for a philanthropist to support a major initiative to conserve endangered rain forest land in Costa Rica,” says Norm Gershenz, Executive Director of SaveNature.Org.
The purchase of the flip flops includes a “meet and greet” with the artist and a two-night stay at the and eco-friendly Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills (recipient of LEED certification & U.S. Green Building Council’s gold level certification). The flip flop is sold in a men’s 8/9.