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A combination of sandals and shoes made from a well worn pair of sneakers, usually very well worn, by cutting away the fabric over the toe and around the heel.
"Hey Andrew, I think those old track shoes are just about ready to become shandals."

"Dude, nice shandals!"
автор: Matt 29 сентября 2003
Footwear designed by a British Shoe Designer Alan James Raddon in 1992 for a client with bunions. Designed around ordinary healthy feet they help guide the big toe straight.
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автор: Alan James Raddon 2 декабря 2008
Man shoe sandals- any sandals for men that look like shoes with cutouts
Most urban sandals for men- anything with a buckle; not flipflops
автор: LaurenG 31 мая 2005
Shandals® Is a registered Trade Mark of - Alan James Raddon - Number 1515040

Footwear in Class 25 goods with effect from 07 October 1992.
I first design designed Shandals® back in 1992 for a client who asked me to design a shoe that would help straighten her bunions. I had been making wide feet-shaped shoes since 1987 and occasionally I'd attract those with damaged feet. After many prototypes I cam up with three designs and launched them in 1992 at The Shoe and Sock Awards in London run by The Society of Chiropodists
автор: Alan James Raddon 29 июля 2016
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