Wouldn’t it seem different to wear fur sandals as a fashion statement? No, not in Japan and in fact, it’s actually pretty popular and common. The fur sandal handles a foot in a way that puts it in a regular shoe surrounding and then makes it stand guard with a huge fur shield that acts as the guardian of uniqueness. The use of fur may give you the idea that the shoe has some kind of comfort level, but it actually has nothing to do with comfort and everything to do with style. The fur of the shoe is used as a color container by the designer, and could come in colors ranging from black to dark red or blue even. The case for fur has always been as a shoe addition that would be able to show off cultural taste, but in a lot of cases people have worn the fur sandals to show off their feet and highlight the ankle area and the area where the shin and leg bones are located. Attractive in the most basic sense of the word, but deeper for those love to see the ladies move around in style, and to mistaken them for something like house slippers is to miss out on how wonderful the wearer might be. For designers, the fur represents a type of thing that is able to be manipulated and used for creation with many different styles of shoes, whether its a slipper, a sandal, a heel, or a platform that can cause the look to blend in with other parts of the wearer, like the socks or outfit. The fashionista has good leverage point when dealing with the fur shoe/fur sandal because the design allows it to be in fashion and trendy most of the time. How would it go away when young teenage girls and women are buying it all the time? Girls and teenagers usually work the fur sandal by wearing them as a group going out and spending time with each other while rocking them and matching with no issue. It’s an instant love fest. For a girl or young adult woman that is into pedicure, the fur sandal’s highlighting effect can be an endless source of fashion thoughts, since she will always end up looking attractive to both lookers and her close friends. Please be sure to avoid the rain if you decide to try out these wonderful pair of shoes, otherwise you may be moving as fast as a rabbit! And you might be disappointed in how your socks or nylon barely served as protection. The barefoot is number one for the fur sandal though, because with bare feet, it’s easier to choose what our favorite type of fur sandal might be. The choices are made easier and we can wear them with style and success.