In Japan, sandals are more than just footwear; they are a tradition with a history spanning millennia. These sandals have deep cultural significance, representing the essence of kimono culture and having been worn by Buddhist monks, symbolizing the freedom to explore wherever one’s path may lead.
Even in Tokyo, where November can bring temperatures dropping to below 10°C, these sandals maintain a modern and streamlined design that complements any outfit. They are versatile, suitable for various occasions, whether you’re gathered around a campfire, checking your mailbox, or venturing out into the cold.
These slippers are thoughtfully designed with practical features, including a Teflon-coated water-repellent exterior, a sturdy synthetic rubber sole, and synthetic fill for added warmth.
- Crafted from nylon with a Teflon-coated water-resistant finish
- Features synthetic filling for insulation
- The raised inner fabric provides unexpected softness and comfort
- Equipped with a durable synthetic rubber sole
- Comes complete with a convenient drawstring storage bag.