Introduction of sandals
Sandals are an open type of footwear. It is a kind of shoe that fixes the sole on the foot through a belt, a clip or through the arch and ankle. It is a shoe that can be worn by both men and women, but the women’s styles are more abundant. Because of its extremely simple structure, sandals are the earliest footware in human history. It evolved from the original wrapper. Sandals have appeared in ancient civilizations, and their appearance and structure seem to be “a pair of solid soles tied with a belt or rope” style.
Sandals include a variety of styles: flat bottom, slope heel, high heel, fish mouth, straps, herringbone, set toe and other styles. It is mainly worn barefoot and can also be worn with socks. Sometimes the difference between sandals and other kinds of shoes is not obvious, but it is generally believed that sandals are barely exposed to most of the feet, especially the toes. This kind of shoes is ventilated and cool, and some simple styles are even similar to slippers; but sandals and slippers are not the same: sandals have thicker soles than slippers, have tails, use more materials, and can be worn in schools and most corporate positions, etc. public area.