September 21, 2005

Reef Bottle Opener Sandals Make Feet, Mouths Happy

Reef Sandal: FanningHere at Liquor Snob, we dream of a world where every single item on our body can be used to open a beer. We've succeeded with lighters, wedding rings and even belt buckle bottle openers, but our feet have always been tragically underutilized. We don't know if you've ever tried to open a beer with your typical flip-flop, but it isn't pretty. That's a problem no more, because the fine folks at Reef have developed sandals with a bottle opener built right in, so you can pop the top on your beer or soda and barely break stride.

They're a bit spendy, with a price point around $40, but just ask it worth it so you can be the first guy on your block to kick off a shoe and open a lady's beer? If so, buy your Reef Fanning sandalsand make sure to brush the dirt off the sole before you pop the top.

Learn more at the Reef site.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at September 21, 2005 8:46 PM


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Can you get the Reef bottle opener sandals in the same style without the bottle opener oj the sole. Please let me know. thank you.

Posted by: Charlie at April 11, 2006 4:30 PM
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