Where to buy the Game of Thrones x Havaianas collaboration

Posted: 6 May 2019 10:43 am

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Looks like winter is over with the Game of Thrones x Havaianas collaboration.

The final season of Game of Thrones is sadly coming to an end and in just a few short weeks, we will know every way the story plays out. It seems like winter is over so it's the perfect time to grab yourself a pair of Havaianas inspired by the biggest and most popular television show in the world. The classic thong and sandal company is known for beach-ready shoes. Havaianas are a staple for many Australians so we are sure to love and get so much use out of this latest collaboration!

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Now has never been a better time to show off your fandom love on your feet. The range includes three exclusive prints that have been designed to perfectly represent different aspects of the Game of Thrones world. There is both men's and women's sizing available so everyone can enjoy the collaboration. The first pair features a map of Westeros and the second pair revolves around the iconic Iron Throne. The last pair in the collection is a dual-representation of the fire and ice theme, with one thong featuring the Targaryen sigil and the other with the House Stark. So you can pick your side and find out who will be left standing as the ruler of the Seven Kingdoms.

GOTxHavaianas Image: Supplied

Image: Supplied

When can you get your hands on the Game of Thrones x Havaianas collaboration? It turns out, it's available right now in the US so our guess is that it shouldn't take too long to reach Australian fans. If you are desperate and can't wait, you can use a service like the one offered by Australia Post, ShopMate. It allows you to shop items with a US address, that way you can eventually send it to your home address in Australia. Sign-up is free, but there are some charges that come with the service, so shop wisely!

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