Years ago, during a business trip to Las Vegas, I had a couple of days to myself before the project started. So I decided to go to the Canyon Ranch Spa for a facial. I noticed some interesting looking ice blue spa sandals, and I bought a pair. They were designed by a Swiss podiatrist, and they had “bubbles” on the bottom that provided a sort of massage to the feet, or they were reflexology influenced, or both. They were contoured to fit the toes, arch and heel. Whatever it was, they were very comfortable to wear. They were made of heavy duty plastic, and they lasted for 10 years. Nothing these days lasts for 10 years, but these did!
I had to get another pair!
I found the Sensi website, and I wanted pink ones this time. Unfortunately, they were out of my size. I contacted the company to find out when they would be back in stock. This was at the end of last August. I was told they’d be back in stock in December. December came and went. Jeff offered to buy them for me as part of my birthday gift in April. They were still not available, but he placed the order. I received them a couple of weeks ago (June!). Wow, that took a long time. But they are worth waiting for. I was so happy to have them back!
Sensi sandals are made in Assisi Italy, and they’re hand assembled. They’ve been around since 1962 and they’re a family-owned business. They sell a number of different styles – thongs or slides, they come in a variety of colors, with or without the massaging bubbles on the bottom. They’re skid resistant because they’re designed with a “drainage system” to be worn at a swimming pool, or locker room, beach, or just around your own home. They’re antibacterial and anti fungal, too. You can machine wash them if you want to.
I love my new pink (Pink Punch) Sensi Regatta Ice spa sandals! They are sold on the Sensi website for about $40 but other colors are priced at $35 (go figure!), and most sizes, styles and colors appear to be in stock now. I also found some random Sensi styles, sizes and colors on Amazon. Sensi sandals are for both women and men. If you decide to buy a pair, buy a larger size than you typically wear. My regular shoe size is 6.5, so I bought a 7. They only come in whole sizes.
I love them! Visit the website and check out the styles! Have you heard of Sensi Spa Sandals?