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Havaianas Jandals $14.99- $19.99 Delivered (Depending on Model) @ Container Door

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Needed some new jandals because my $1.25 pair from The Warehouse are too noisy and slippery at work.
Multiple colours available depending on model.
The 'sizes available' information isn't entirely correct. Click 'pre-order now' to see the full list of available sizes.
Free delivery; leaving Auckland around the 25th of January.
Your card will be charged when the deal closes.

Jandal Price
Top Jandal $14.99
Kids Jandal $16.99
Slim Jandal $16.99
Brazil Logo Jandal $18.99
Slim Logo Metallic $18.99
Surf Jandal $19.99

Not the cheapest ever, but a decent price compared to other NZ stores. Might be able to get certain model/sizes cheaper elsewhere if you shop around. I'm a size 45/46, which seems to be one of the more popular sizes. The Havainas NZ Outlet Store has a couple of $10 deals going at the moment; shipping is $5 (or pick up if in Auckland) link

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  • +1 vote

    also 1day when there is a $5 code, code expired yesterday though
    https://1-day.co.nz/brands/havaianas/6644?bid=6644&sort=pric...

  • +1 vote

    I have never understood the following of haviana's…not bagging this post though….just always found them too heavy…maybe my desire to run in jandals is a weird edge case :P

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      Its a brand.. seems to be the only real major difference, for those wanting a bit of street cred for Jandals I guess..

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      More durability in reasonable price than any other cheaper ones. I was used cheaper one bought from the warehouse and it was bent under direct sunlight. But you can choose whatever cheaper one if you are belonging with jandals all day long.

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      I've found that cheaper Jandels leave colour marks on my feet from the straps and between my toe.
      My havianas have lasted me 2x longer (and still going) than the cheap pair I got from rebal sport.
      I leave them in the sun some times and they havent warped yet.

      I'm not a brand fan just what I've noticed so far. Would buy a cheaper pair if they were good quality.

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      Completely agree. haviana's are rubbish if you ask me but I usually get reefs and they can go over $100 a pair.

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      I don't get the appeal either. I've had them twice and both times they've blown out within 10-20 hours of light use.

      Compared to a pair of DC or Quiksilver jandals which last like 3-5 years and cost $20.

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      I've had mine for years. Best jandals I've ever bought.