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There are two kinds of people in the world, those that like sandals and those that like them but hate wearing them.

The pokey bit between the toes on flip-flops is Satan's own work while pool water mixed with suncream has you sliding out of slip ons all summer.

Not any more. MyVale have created sandals that are handmade from the imprint of your foot, with any strap being positioned to perfectly fit between your foot fingers.

Simply select your style online and they'll send you a special imprint box. Stand in the soft foam inside and send it back. They're delivered to your door.

And guess which country makes them? Germany. You can tell they're going to be awesome. Prices start from £79.

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