Oh summer how we love thee! Let us count the ways. From impromptu weekend road trips to beach bummin’ it with friends, summertime really is the best time to wear super comfy Freewaters™ flip flops or sneakers on your feet!
Below are our Freewaters* picks for enjoying the summer to the fullest:
As much as we don’t want to admit it, summer is beginning to wind down and that means it’s time to start thinking about fall...and school. But don’t worry; transitioning from summer to back-to-school is easier than you think with the help of some awesome kicks from Freewaters!
With a fresh assortment of fall colors and prints, these Freewaters sandals and shoes are perfect for making the most out of the last days of summer while easing your way into fall.
Plus, 1% of Freewaters gross sales go to directly fund their various water projects to provide clean drinking water to underprivilaged regions. We just love a great company with a great cause!
On July 2010, founders of the new footwear brand Freewaters, Eli Marmar and Martin Kim, sat down with UntilThen.org co-founders Phil and Dalene Hamer and professor and climatologist Russell Qualls. Within a few hours, Projectfreewaters was born.
Since its inception, Freewaters has always been a footwear company grounded in the commitment to make this world a better place. When it came time to decide on which social initiative they would become involved with, it just made perfect sense to help with the worldwide water crisis.
Six months after their meeting about creating their own clean drinking water project, the five were off to Kenya to put their plan into motion.
Fast forward to the present: Projectfreewaters has successfully completed six wells in Tulwet, a small rural village in Kenya.
With over 3 million people dying each year due to unsanitary water, Projectfreewaters’ work has just begun. Freewaters hopes that with their small contribution to global water project initiatives, they are able to spark inspiration and a call to action towards helping in this growing world crisis.
“We Can Do No Great Things, Only Small Things With Great Love.”