What are sabots?
Definition: The French term Sabot (Fr. hoof) originally served only to designate clogs. The English term for this shoe type is clogs, The scope of meaning of both terms has meanwhile expanded significantly and no longer refers exclusively to clogs.
What is the difference between sabots and mules?
The term Sabot meanwhile serves as a synonym for Mules, With Sabots, however, are more flat shoes or shoes with wide heels associated with the term Mules rather shoe styles with penny heels.
What is the difference to slippers?
With slippers Sabots have in common that you can just slip into them and that the heels are free. Except for this fact, they are hardly comparable to slippers because they have the following others properties:
- They are intended for use outside the four walls.
- They are worn in summer and belong to the category of sandals.
- You own one wide straps.
- In contrast to the slippers, they usually have one paragraph and therefore belong to the typical representatives of the category of Women’s Shoes,
- Sometimes they also have free toes and then often with the addition peeptoes designated.
The Guide to Sabots
How can you combine Sabots?
They look very feminine Jeans, but you can also perfect them Summer dresses and skirts combine different lengths. Sabots are true combination artists and add sexiness to any outfit.
In terms of shoe storage, sabots are extremely practical due to their low shaft height.