Man shoe sandals- any sandals for men that look like shoes with cutouts
Most urban sandals for men- anything with a buckle; not flipflops
by LaurenG May 31, 2005
Top Definition
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!"
by Matt September 29, 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.
Search on the web images for Shandals to find examples
by Alan James Raddon December 02, 2008
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
by Alan James Raddon July 29, 2016
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