The company first introduced a closed-toed shoe all the way back in 1996, but the style remained sandal-centric—and male-centric, by the way.
In the later 2000s and early 2010s, Reef began incorporating much more eco-friendly and sustainable materials and practices into their products.
The company was soon offering more kids’ footwear and was also partnering with all sorts of great organizations, like the Surfrider Better Beach Alliance and PFLAG, for example.
Author / Journalist: Steven John
Category: Nation Politics
Topics: Footwear Great Boots Comfortable Sandals Beach Shoes Slides Reef Clogs Company
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News Source URL: thedailybeast.com
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Published Date: 2023-03-18, 20:17:24
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Original Article Length: 438 words
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