Spring isn't the only season readily upon us. Baseball season is about to start and warm weather means it's prime time for pedicures. What better way to show off your love for your fave Major League Baseball team and your newest nail art than with a fresh pair of Havaianas? The Havaianas x MLB flip flops collab is a fun and fashion-y way to be a fan girl or boy.
The collection, which is the first partnership among the brands, have arrived in conjunction with Opening Day on Thursday, March 29. It features 16 pairs for both men and women and represents 13 MLB teams.
Are you a New York Yankees diehard who can rattle off batting averages and other stats? Or do you root for their crosstown rivals The Mets instead? Love the Los Angeles Dodgers? Or are you partial to the Anaheim Angels? If you pledge your allegiance to any of those teams, you'll be stoked to step into a pair of branded Havaianas.
What's even more awesome about this footwear is that you don't need to fancy any particular MLB team. If you simply love the black and orange colors of the San Francisco Giants, you can rock their flip flops. If you prefer the blue and red motif of the Chicago Cubs but can't name a single played on the roster, you can happily and stylishly wear their version of Havaianas.
The Havaianas x MLB range will be available via the Havaianas site as well as in select stadiums through the summer. Prices start at $24 and go up to $28. There are thick thongs, such as these.
There are also a few pairs with slimmer thongs, like these!
The left beds boast familiar team slogans, while the right beds feature both the team and Havaianas logos.
You can be frolicking at the beach, enjoying a picnic or a walk in the park, or taking in a game for date night. These flip flops are perfectly suited for all of those occasions and more.
These are all of the teams taking flip flop form: Anaheim Angels, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Detroit Tigers, Kansas City Royals, Los Angeles Dodgers, Miami Marlins, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants, and St. Louis Cardinals.