For most Japanese, the idea of wearing zori (split-toe sandals) at home will seem a little weird since in their collective conscience, this type of footwear is connected to kimono, hakama pleated trousers, and other traditional clothing. But the Meri Hans H101 Indoor Flip-Flops have been made to be worn at home instead of slippers, giving your feet room to breath and the muscles in your soles a little exercise that helps them recover from the fatigue of a day spent in tight (or even not-so-tight) shoes.
That they are made to be worn indoors is not the only difference between the Meri Hans H101 Indoor Flip-Flops and the regular Japanese zori. The material they are made of is different too: it's a 50% cotton, 50% polyester knitting yarn braided together to create a sold platform on which an adjustable strap is attached. That way, even if any of the three sizes they come in (M, L, and LL) isn't your exact size, you can still get the perfect fit. Try them and you'll never wear any other home shoes again!
Specs and Features:
- Modern update on zori sandals as slippers
- Color: gray, yellow, and white blend
- Sizes: M, L, LL
- M: 24 cm (9.4")
- L: 26 cm (10.2")
- LL: 28 cm (11")
- Adjustable strap
- Washable (hand-washing recommended)
- Materials: cotton (50%), polyester (50%)
- Handmade in Japan