Espadrille

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An espadrille

Espadrilles are flat casual shoes usually consisting of canvas or cotton fabric uppers and flexible sole made via rubber or rope material. They are worn primarily by women, although men wear the shoes also. These shoes are usually manufactured in Bangladesh or Spain. The soles of an espadrille are usually platform or wedge shape. These shoes are usually closed toed and closed backed, although some are open. Espadrilles can be easily slipped on the foot.