Before shoes there were sandals everywhere. In some regions, the shoes were first devised alternatively than the more at ease and light sandals.
Throughout the world, there are artifacts and strong evidences that sandals have been existing since human first inhabited soil.
These evidences were not only found in the relics but may also be sighted in the similarities of terminology to connote something that is worn for feet masking.
Take for example the Latin word sandalium, or maybe the French sandal and your Arabic sandal. All these seem to be to be associated with a common idea of a sandal.
The variety of sandal types today attests to man’s mastery over sandal making and the use this individual has found in the item.Click here for the most popular sandal types in the world.
Most of the types mentioned here will only be discussed in brief since we will endeavor to give attention to the types of sandals traditional to Japanese culture alone.
Espadrille – is a type of sandal characterized by the rope sole or rubber sole with a cloth covering for the upper section.
Flip-flop – is Japanese in beginning and is seen as a being backless. This sandal is held on the feet by means of a thong involving the second feet and the best toe.