What do you call Jandeys in your town or country?

Let's face it, the world's a pretty big place and with that comes a fusion of names for this awesome product that we like to call Jandeys. We're always on the lookout for new names for Jandeys from different countries and cultures around the world. If you think you've got one be sure to let us know and we'll add it to our growing list:


Jandals in New Zealand.

Thongs in Australia.

Plakkies and slip-slops (or just slops) in South Africa.
Go-aheads in the South Pacific.
Flip flops in the UK and Canada.
Chappal in India and Pakistan. 
Jia jiao tuo (夾腳拖) in Taiwan.
Flip flops in the USA or clam diggers in Texas.
Chinelos in Brazil. 
Tsinelas in the Philippines.
Tongs in France.
Sayonares (σαγιονάρες) in Greece. 
Japonki in Poland.

Chancletas in Spain. 
Shlyopantsi (шлёпанцы) in Russia and Ukraine.
Ojotas in Argentina.

Klip klappere in Denmark.

Sandals, setta or zouri in Japan.
Žabky (little frogs) or vietnamky in the Czech Republic.

Papuci in Romania.

Peullib peullab (플립플랍) in Korea.

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