Somewhere between the beach flip flops and the wooden clogs, the geta kimono sandals are making a big comeback
Formerly worn by everyone, in the city as well as in the countryside, the Japanese geta became outdated shortly after the arrival of Western shoes in Japan.
However, due to the growing interest of Westerners for this unique wooden sandal, the geta is making a comeback and is highly appreciated as indoor footwear.
And for good reason! Geta sandals are excellent for letting your feet breathe, improving blood circulation and posture, as well as for reducing back pain.
- Solid light weight wooden Geta
- Sole height: 5.5 cm
- Rubber bottom layer for slip resistance
- Thick and comfortable strap
- Strap material: cotton
In order to select the right size, measure your foot and refer to the table below.
| Length (cm)
|34 - 35
|36 - 37
|38 - 39
|40 - 41
|42 - 44
|45 - 46
Japanese wooden geta sandals can be worn barefoot or with Japanese style socks, the so-called tabi socks. Geta are very beneficial for both back and posture. If you wish to wear them " the Japanese way ", your heel should slightly exceed at the back.