Two Tooth Geta - Aka Kaze
Our old Japanese shoes are called ghettos. The Japanese ghetto uses high-quality materials. This particular ghetto shoe is made of wood and EVA material, which is strong and wear-resistant. Good materials have created sandals that are great to wear. This ghetto is preferred over sports kimono and hakama. geta is very popular in Japan. These flip-flops are good for your health as the wooden sole helps you sweat and eliminate bad odors. They are worn at receptions and outdoors. You can feel relaxed and comfortable after wearing these Japanese ghetto shoes.
These Two Tooth Geta will match your robe or yukata with the Geta combination, the standard Japanese shoe type. Japanese girls usually wear them to summer parties, but together they are perfect for everyday wear. The straps are thick so your fingers don't scratch or hurt, and they're cute and colorful. represents the brilliant Japanese summer atmosphere. These shoes are attractive when closed. You will wear it with casual or fancy clothes. great feel and look in a very sabotaging combination. Comfortable to wear.
These Two Tooth Geta are for everyday use, entertainment as birthday or holiday gifts, uniforms for the day, costumes. These sandals are good for your health as the wooden sole helps you sweat, deodorizes, and prevents beriberi. they will be very useful. The sabot contains an elevated wooden base that is left on the leg with a piece of cloth to make room for the leg below. We have very different sizes of sabotage sandals. For a perfect fit, please choose the correct sandal size. After all, Geta sandals are a favorite and classic shoe.
Solid lightweight wooden geta
- 9.5 cm width and 5.5 cm height
- Rubber bottom layer for slip resistance
- Comfortable fabric strap
In order to select the right size, measure your foot in cm and refer to the table below.
|| Length (cm)
|34 - 35
|36 - 38
|39 - 40
|41 - 42
|43 - 44
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.