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Get Drunk on the Beach: Booze-holding Sandal


We've talked about Reef's Stash Sandals before -- a unique sandal that allows you to stash things like money, credit cards, and keys.

The same company has introduced another style of Stash Sandal called the Dram, only this one allows you to stash an unspecified amount of booze. How awesome is that? Just take off your sandal, unscrew the cap (?) and spike your favorite soda with a little pick-me-up.

This is from the same company who brought you the BYOB sandal with built-in bottle opener.

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