1, the heel is different:
(1) Sandals can be divided into many types: flat heel, wedge heel, high heel, etc.
(2) Slippers are mostly flat.
(3) There are many styles of sandals and slippers, such as flat heel, wedge heel, square heel, wine glass heel, hollow heel, tapered heel, shaped heel, horseshoe heel, stiletto heel and thick heel.
2. Different materials:
(1) Sandals are mostly soft rubber, artificial leather, cowhide, pig skin, plant skin, bamboo skin, rattan, laser skin and other materials.
(2) Slippers are often very soft leather, plastic, cloth, etc.
(3) The sandals are generally divided into relatively soft leather, plastic, cloth and so on.
3, the shoe shape is different:
(1) Sandals are a kind of footwear with exposed toes, which are often worn on the feet.
(2) Slippers are a kind of shoes, the heel is all empty, only the front has a toe.
(3) The sandal drag is a kind of slippers, and the shape of the toe includes a toe cap, a toe, an open toe, a toe, a fish mouth, and the like.
4, wearing shoes different occasions:
(1) Sandals can be worn indoors and outdoors. Generally worn indoors.
(2) Slippers are generally worn indoors.
(3) The sandals are generally worn indoors and in informal outdoor situations.
Sandals are a kind of toe-exposed shoes. They are mainly worn barefoot, and the air is cool like slippers. However, the sandals are thicker than the bottom of the slippers, and have a shoe last and a little more material.
Slippers are a kind of shoes, the heel is all empty, only the front has a toe, mostly flat bottom, the material is often quite soft leather, plastic, cloth and so on. The types of slippers are differentiated depending on the occasion and performance.
Sandals are also a kind of slippers, as the name suggests is sandals.
The history of sandals
As early as 3500 BC, the Egyptians left their footprints on the damp sands and braided them into soles that matched the size of the feet and fixed them to the feet with raw cowhide straps. These sandals are very practical, and they can be worn to protect the soles from dry, rough ground. The downside is that the feet are exposed during the day.
The wise Egyptian women decorated the jewels to protect them from the sun and beautify the image. The latest development of an anti-static sandal is suitable for use in dust-free workshops.
The origin of slippers
The popular saying is that slippers originated in the Meiji era in Japan. In fact, slippers originated in India earlier.