Shoe Brand FitFlop Closes All Stores in the Philippines For Good

Footwear brand FitFlop, which has been around in the Philippines for years, has officially closed all its stores both physical and online starting July 1, 2021.

The brand announced the news early this week on its social media pages, revealing its last day of operations on June 30.

“Today, June 30, is the last day of operations for all FitFlop stores, both online and offline. We’d like to thank you for your support, and hope you continue to enjoy our products,” it said in its post.

FitFlop was founded in 2007 and is notable for selling biomechanically engineered shoes, slippers, and sandals that promote all-day comfort and fashion versatility. It was then brought to the Philippines by Primer Group of Companies.

FitFlop had multiple standalone stores around the country and was also sold in Res|Toe|Run outlets as well as online marketplaces Lazada and Shopee. For the whole month of June, it had a closing sale wherein its collection of footwear was sold for PHP 1,999.

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