Roman sandals are a style of sandals that are wrapped by hollow cross straps and have a large exposed area of the feet, also known as “gladiator shoes” or “lace sandals.”
In order to echo the quaint flavor of the gladiator spirit, earth tones, yellow tones such as coffee, raw leather and other primitive colors are the mainstream colors of Roman gladiator shoes; animal skins, semi-precious stones decoration, or metal heels, rivets and buckles, etc. Hardware accessories are also used to decorate shoes. In addition to the aforementioned traditional tether winding styles, there are also flip-flop sandals, herringbone styles, or designs derived from ballet shoes that wrap around the ankle and even extend all the way to the calf.
Especially in spring and summer due to the rising temperature, consumers tend to buy sandals that can breathe their feet. They wear cross-laced sandals that look like Roman gladiators in the Middle Ages. In addition to catching up with popular trains, in summer It is also quite practical, coupled with the rugged flavor of the gladiator shoes itself, and combined with the straps that expose the appropriate foot area to tie the ankle decorations. When putting on them, you only need to put on the color matching nail polish. A unique and modern trend of neutral demons.