What is a jandals?
The most popular definition says that Jandals are “a ubiquitous New Zealand rubber sandal, equivalent the Australian rubber thong or US/UK flip flop,” giving an example of “I’d wear ya Jandals mate, the showers are pretty chancrous.”
Are jandals “Jesus sandals”?
Some will claim that Jandals are “Jesus sandals.” Others claim they’re the less holy “jail sandals,” while a third group argues that “jandals” is a contraction of “Japanese” and “sandals.” Is it one? All three? It’s time to settle the debate once and for all. Let’s start with the Jesus style sandals. These are a good contender for the term Jandals.
Are jandals waterproof?
The most popular styles are usually understated brown shades but Pali Hawaii Jandals are also available in many bright shades as well. They’re made with a soft, flexible plastic and because of this are completely waterproof. You can’t walk on water with these, but you can walk in water and not worry about getting your shoes wet.