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Sandals made of straw weave patterns. Black trim canvas boarder and toe insert. Woven straw sandales with thick, rubber soles and soft, strong thongs. Not meant for rugged activity.
Made of straw weave patterns.
Black trim canvas boarder and toe insert.
Woven straw sandales with thick, rubber soles and soft, strong thongs.
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5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Get what you pay for-- which is not much.Jun 22, 2011
Cheaply made-cheaply sold. 1.The shoe bed is extremely narrow. 2.The thong( the thingy that goes into webbing between the big and next toe) is made out of clear plastic of the same material as a drinking straw and chaffs terribly.
Quality zori make the thong of the same velvety material as the straps. Not this product. Avoid.
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
ZoriJul 19, 2008
These are the perfect indoor shoe! With tabi socks they keep my feet warm all winter long, keeping my feet elevated above the cold floor, but allowing the foot to breathe. In summer, they keep my feet cool and the air circulating around them - including on the bottoms, which plastic zori don't.
I wear them in the house ALL of the time, seven days a week (I work at home) and out on the deck. They usually last about 4-5 months before one of the thongs pulls out, but I am rather rough on them. (When one breaks I will start saving the "good" one to match with the next pair that breaks a thong.)
I've bought four pairs over the past 14 months, and I won't wear anything else indoors. Worth every penny!
4 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Very comfy, a personal caveatJun 09, 2009
By Melody Vito
These shoes are very, very comfy for wearing around the house or around town.
Not for heavy use though. When I wore them outside I got some rocks lodged in the bottom.
My main disappointment was that I bought them for a historical costume, and the foam rubber is way too obvious looking.
6 of 8 found the following review helpful:
copy of the originalJul 14, 2010
If you are looking for the original Japanese zori, this product is not for you. This zori is a product from China or Thailand, meaning poor quality, doesn't fit your feet, wears out in a week and risks your injury by slipping out of the widened/stretched out zori.
To my great surprise, at least what I see posted, this is a real Japanese zori.My prior comment was based on the Thai slippers I received two years ago.For this kind of zori Five Stars is a mark and usual cost is about $ 40-50.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Zori Sandals - Bring East to WestJan 07, 2009
By J. Webster
These Zori sandals are much more comfortable than the traditional western flip-flop. They have a breathing, bamboo-like coating over a rubber sole and just feel incredible on your feet. If you like sandals, you'll LOVE the Zori sandals.
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