Scholl rubber slippers are a very viable alternative to flip-flops and low-heeled sandals, as they are made of excellent materials and appreciated by a wide range of customers for their versatility.
What are the types of Scholl women's rubber slippers?
There are numerous models of rubber slippers to choose from, starting with the classic Bahia, which features a reinforced sole that is slightly higher at the back to better accommodate the movement of the foot. The iconic two straps placed on the upper embrace the instep and keep it firmly in place, but are at the same time casual and very sophisticated.
It then continues with a Bahia flip-flop model, declining in colors that recall the joy of summer, such as bright green or strawberry.
Resistance is maximum even under stress and the rubber has an excellent performance over time, accompanying and cushioning the walk without damage to the back.
A great classic is the Scholl Sun model, with an ergonomic shape that is among the most comfortable in the line and a single band placed on the front, all made of colored rubber to give a modern touch.
Features and specifications of women rubber slippers
Scholl women's rubber slippers have features that are beneficial to health and at the same time are among the trendiest products of the moment.
First, a state-of-the-art material called EVA is used, which goes into every part of the slipper and makes it comfortable and soft.
The texture under the foot ensures proper support while walking so as to accommodate movement.
When it comes to the line and design, this one is ergonomic and simple, almost geometric, and perfect for matching with all kinds of casual leisure outfits.
We are not only talking about beach slippers but also about real women's shoes to be used even in a city context in the summer season, rich in color and style in their linearity.
The strength of Scholl slippers lies in the perfect mix of design and comfort, all seasoned with the choice of top-of-the-line materials, such as the synthetic lining that does not generate allergies and is extremely comfortable, with the foot remaining cool and dry throughout the day.
How to clean rubber slippers?
Cleaning Scholl slippers is quite simple, as they are a material that is easy to maintain and best able to withstand the wear and tear of time.
To clean rubber slippers naturally, you can use two methods:
- Combine Marseille soap with a little water, using a microfiber cloth to remove dirt from the surface;
- Use a mixture of water and vinegar or lemon.
If, on the other hand, you prefer to use chemical cleaners, always choose formulas that are not too aggressive and do not leave residues that will ruin the rubber.
At the end of a day at the beach, you can rinse the rubber slipper under a stream of running water and remove traces of sand.
The synthetic material also holds up in the washing machine, taking care, however, to keep the water temperature low and a number of revolutions in the spin phase so as not to damage the footwear.