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Will Thomas
Operation Hawkeye
Scott Chapman
Baja 1000 Rider
 
Scott Chapman
Right now, I know that I'm in way over my head with the Baja. This race has been known to chew up and spit out even the most seasoned riders. But if we don't push ourselves and step out of our comfort zone, we'll never grow and evolve. So here I am…committed to one of the most difficult and dangerous motorcycle races in the world.

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Jed Conklin
Ironman Athlete
spokesperson
n.
An advocate who represents someone else's policy or purpose; "the meeting was attended by spokespersons for all the major organs of government"
stoked
adj. Slang
1. Exhilarated or excited.
2. Being or feeling high or intoxicated, especially from a drug.
stokes·per·son
n.
Jed Conklin.
Jed, a.k.a. "started at zero," is an American who recently completed an Ironman Race because he wanted to, and thought he probably could. An Ironman consists of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, and 26.2 mile run. Not for the feint of heart. Jed crossed the finish line with a smile on his face, stoked. No matter who you are or where you are in life, you can do something. Support Afghan stability. Thank you Jed.
Matt Gerdes
Professional Wingsuit BASE Jumper, Speed Flyer
I rely on the gear I use to not fail me, because in my sports failure means certain death. That may sound dramatic but it's the very real and unforgiving truth. So for me, quality is always first priority, but I would rather choose a product that I believe in for reasons beyond the best design and construction… While my Combat Flip Flops kind of suck for wingsuit BASE jumping and Speed Flying, in my opinion they're the world's best not only because they are built to last, but because they are handmade in a region of this planet that is of vital importance to all of us, and I believe in CFF's mission to help revitalize Afghanistan and its people with long term solutions for quality of life improvement. Anyway, these things are all I want to wear whenever I'm not in the air.
     
  From the one of the foremost experts at slinging projectiles, Combat Flip Flops are horrible for physical training, poor for firearms instruction, and excellent for extracurricular activities.
     
  When you think about active outdoor style, Smith Optics is at the top of the pile. This endorsement is coming from "El Patron" at Smith Optics, Ned Post. According to Ned, the Tuck Tucks are better than a puppy when it comes to picking up the ladies. After a week of wearing these things, we think you'll tend to agree.
     
  From the Sport and Tactical markets, all parties agree -- Combat Flip Flops are Bad for Running and Worse for Fighting. Kyle Lamb approved.
     
  Glen Plake--Stokesperson for Combat Flip Flops
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