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Nike Might Be Releasing Fanny Pack Sandals, and Damn Right I’d Put My Stuff in Them

Another fantastic reason to throw your flip-flops in the dumpster where they belong.
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It's sandals season, fanny packs are back (and called "waist bags" now), and Nike is reportedly capitalizing on both with a cool-as-hell remix on its Benassi slides. 

These bad boys were made for warm-weather flexing. Sole Collector reports the sandals will be released in black/gray, as well as two bold-as-hell, summer-ready colorways, and feature a zippered pocket on both uppers.  


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Think of all the things you can fit in there! Definitely not weed, but perhaps your keys, some cash, a credit card, or a bag of fruit snacks (the essentials). In my humble opinion, this is the best thing to happen to Summer '18 since Pusha T and Drake blessed us with the rap beef of our generation. 

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The only bad thing about this is that there isn't a release date yet. We'll keep you posted.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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