Designed to Mimic the Ancient Dynasty findings in the caves and treasures of the Holy Land
- Slipper for women / girls slipper
- Thick rubber Out-sole with 0.75" thick Heel ((2.5 cm )) *Zero Drop
- Thick Genuine leather Insole and Upper
- One wide Mid foot leather strap attached with two crossed leather straps holding a flower attached to a leather toe loop.
- Straps inner lining is fibrous in nature ; preventing Sweat and Heat due to friction
- Rough anti slip outer sole (slip resistant)
- Made in Hebron, Palestine / West Bank
- Sizes ; (W) for Women & (M) for Men
* PLEASE READ the INCHES symbolized as an ( " ) for Length and Width respectively, and the Centimeters ( cm ) to keep in check about the actual width of your foot in the case it's thinner or wider than our Standards.
*Zero Drop – A Heel height that allows for natural running experience in which footfalls are in the mid to forefoot area instead of the unfavorable heel strike.
To know more about the History of Palestinian Sandals see our Collections page for Palestinian Hand Made Jarusalem Sandal :
Measuring Foot Length
Measuring the feet at home is done by tracing the feet on paper and measuring the length and width of each foot. In order to get the most accurate figures:
- Gather paper (legal size is good for most adults), a pencil, and a long ruler or tape measure.
- Trace feet in the evening, after the feet have swollen to their maximum size.
- Trace feet in the hosiery that will be worn with the shoes in question.
Tracing the Feet
Follow the steps below to trace the feet:
- Sit down on a chair and place a sheet of paper on the floor.
- Place one foot on the paper and allow it to rest naturally.
- Holding the pencil perfectly vertically and perpendicular to the paper, trace around the perimeter of the foot as closely as possible without angling the pencil in or out. It is not necessary to draw the outline of each toe; the longest toe is of primary concern.
- Using the ruler, measure the distance from the very bottom of the heel to the top of the longest toe. Subtract 0.20 to 0.25 inches or about 0.50 centimeter to account for the diameter of the pencil. Record the resulting measurement in both inches and centimeters.
- Measure the distance spanning the ball of the foot at its widest point, from left to right. Again, subtract 0.20 to 0.25 inches or 0.50 centimeter from this figure to account for the width of the pencil, and record the final measurement in both inches and centimeters.
- Flip the paper over and repeat these steps with the other foot.