Sandals are footwear with exposed toes. They are mainly worn barefoot. They are ventilated and cool like slippers. However, sandals are thicker than slippers with a tail and use a little more material.
Sandals can be divided into many types: flat heels, slope heels, high heels and so on. Traditionally, sandals are the same as slippers. It is inappropriate to wear sandals when attending solemn occasions, doing running sports, and driving vehicles. However, sandals are most suitable for walking on the beach in summer and leisure life. Because of its extremely simple structure, sandals are the earliest footwear in human history. It evolved from the original wrapper. Sandals have appeared in ancient civilizations, and their appearance structure looks like: a pair of solid soles are tied with a belt or rope.
As early as 3500 BC, the Egyptians left their footprints on the damp sand, woven straw ropes into shoe soles that match the size of the feet, and fixed them on the feet with rawhide straps. This kind of sandals are very practical, wearing them can protect the soles of the feet from damage from dry and rough ground. The disadvantage is that the feet are exposed to the day. Smart Egyptian women decorated them with jewels to protect them from the sun and beautify their image. Now an anti-static sandal is newly developed, which is suitable for widespread use in dust-free workshops.