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This is my first pair of Reefs. I have always wanted a pair, but they are pretty expensive for flip-flops. I found these on sale right before going on a cruise, so I decided to give them a try.
I was not disappointed. They are very comfortable, they look good, and the build quality feels very high-quality. I wore them all over the cruise ship and to the beach in Cozumel, and was very happy with them. Despite being brand new, I had no issues with blisters or the strap rubbing between my toes.
I honestly feel like these shoes are a good value for the price. They feel like they will last a long time, and I can see my self buying another pair of Reefs when these wear out, likely sooner.
I needed a pair of flip flops that I could leave at the house in Mexico and one that I could leave in the states, so I took delivery of Reef Fanning and Reef Anchor flip flop models on the same day. I had read reviews of both, but really couldn't find any comparisons, so I decided to get each and find out for myself.
The Fanning flip flop fits well enough (one foot a little askew) and I definitely can feel the support from the air cushion in the heel. The one negative for me is that the surface that touches the bottom of the foot is quite firm. The Anchor has more of a memory foam feel on the part that contacts the bottom of the foot and I prefer that.
Another small issue with the Fanning is that when I walk on tile in the house, sometimes the opener on the bottom of the flip flops makes a noise as it contacts the tile. The contact seems minimal, but I am keeping an eye out to ensure that the tile isn't being damaged.
The Anchor flip flops feel a tiny bit lower (maybe the memory foam effect as I sink in), but still provide great support and don't have bottle openers on the bottom, so no clicking on the tile.
Honestly, I like both the Fanning (this review) and the Anchor flip flops, but decided to take the Anchor flip flops to Mexico as the entire house is tile and the softer touch on the bottom of the foot minus the clicking of the bottle openers will be better. I'll continue enjoying the Fanning flip flops in the states where I walk on a mixture of tile and carpeting.
I don't think you can go wrong choosing either, but if you prefer something a bit softer and don't need the bottle openers, the Anchor flip flops would be my choice.
This may sound weird but I enjoy working with these sandals. I work 60 hours a day at a standing cashier job and I've used these sandals since I bought them Feb 2020. They still work phenomenally well even with rain and slippery surfaces. Keep in mind im a heavy guy and it still works perfectly.