Platform describes footwear with raised, thick soles of at least one and a half inches in height. Platform soles are often made of cork, plastic, rubber or wood and are generally worn for fashion or to add height.
Slides are a sandal in which the upper does not extend to cover the heel of the foot. The wearer of slides can simply slip on the shoe without having to tie, strap, or buckle it to secure.
Dr. Scholl's Classic super comfortable
April 24, 2013
Reviewer: j from san diego, ca
This shoe is no longer made of wood. Now it only looks like wood but it is very squishy.
Wears this shoe: all day
Crocs Crocband Wedge Croc Comfort
July 30, 2012
Reviewer: Anonymous from Hampton, VA
At first, it felt like the top band may be rubbing a little, but after wearing for several weeks, they are just fine. I can be on my feet all day and they feel great!
Wears this shoe: casual