A status-symbol deck-shoe produced by Dubarry's of Ireland, often white-soled and stereotypically worn by residents of South Dublin suburbs as the main zeitgeist of the established upper-middle-class culture in Ireland.
Often paired with other such reputable clothing, like O'Neills tracksuits, chinos and Polo shirts.
"Fiachra mon, did you see Sorcha? She's loike wearing dubes with her O' Neills, mon."
"No way, mon"