How to make sandals with a little sand: Step by step

The best sandals you’ll ever buy.

Step 1.

Determine the correct size sandal.

To make a true sandal, it’s important to determine the correct shoe size.

You can measure the length of the shoe with a tape measure, or measure the width of the foot with a ruler.

To determine the right size sandals for you, ask your tailor if the length is less than 6 inches.

A 6-inch sandal might be too big, and a 7-inch one might be a little too small.

If you’re shopping for a pair of sandals in a store, they’re often sold as pairs of two, or even three, and can vary widely in size and shape.

It’s a good idea to ask your local shoe store or online store to help you.

Step 2.

Cut a small hole in the top of the shoes to let air in.

Once the sandals are on, you’ll need to cut a small groove into the top for the air to circulate.

You can find an air pump on the inside of the boot, but I prefer to find a hole at the bottom of the heel.

Cut the groove into your shoes.

You’ll need about a quarter-inch of room.

Step 3.

Place the sandal in the hole.

Use a flathead screwdriver to carefully push the sandalist heel into the hole and press it down firmly.

Then, take the sandaling and carefully slide the heel back into the shoe, pressing the heel into place.

The hole should seal tightly and be snug.

Step 4.

Let the shoes dry.

Sandals will dry in just a couple of hours if they’re stored properly.

The best time to store them is in the dryer, but they’ll also last longer if they are stored in a cool, dry place.

Step 5.

Wear the sandaled sandals every day.

Your feet will be covered in sweat as they dry, so wear sandals frequently to keep them looking and feeling fresh.