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What do you call this kind of footwear which covers most of the forefoot but other than that is much like a flip-flop? Please let me know. Thanks.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clog_(shoe )
Hi

Thanks for the help. I'm sorry but this is not the shoes I had in mind. The shoes I was referring to have open front - means it allows toes to be bare. In such shoes you have a divider between the big toe and the remaining toes. Do you get the picture?

Best regards
Jackson
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The other possibilities are: Sandals or Flip-flops (zoris) (with a thong between the big toe and second toe):
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The kind of shoes I was referring to is a variant of flip-flops. The variant has a broad single strap which covers much of the forefoot. Do you get any idea?

Thanks.
I cna't think of anything other name for a flip-flop than "zori" - the Japanese name. Are you sure that it has a special English name?
Do you have a picture?
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Okay. Right now I don't have a picture but would take one and then let you see it. Anyway, thanks for all the help.
Jackson6612The kind of shoes I was referring to is a variant of flip-flops. The variant has a broad single strap which covers much of the forefoot. Do you get any idea?
Sandals.

CJ
CalifJim
Jackson6612The kind of shoes I was referring to is a variant of flip-flops. The variant has a broad single strap which covers much of the forefoot. Do you get any idea?
Sandals.CJ

Thanks, CJ. Yes, sandal shoes is what I was referring to. But I thought perhaps there is some special name for this kind of sandals. The "Ethnic" in the given link is very close to what I had in mind.



Best regards

Jackson

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