Geta sandals are a traditional type of Japanese footwear that have been worn for centuries. They are typically made with a wooden sole that is elevated by two horizontal supports, called "teeth," that are attached to the sole with straps. The teeth help to keep the wearer's feet above the ground, providing protection from dirt, mud, and other elements.
Geta sandals are often worn with "tabi" socks, which have a separation between the big toe and the other toes to allow them to fit comfortably over the teeth of the sandal. They are popular in Japan for everyday wear and are also worn on special occasions such as festivals and weddings.
Geta sandals come in a wide range of styles, from simple and plain to intricately decorated with patterns or embroidery. In recent years, modern designs of geta sandals have been developed with cushioning and ergonomic support, making them more comfortable for daily wear.