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In 2002, Floridian pharmacist Dominique McClain Barteet created the first Onesole shoe—a rubber-soled wedge sandal sporting a removable, interchangeable strap. The comfortable footwear caught on across the country, and the company launched its New York flagship in summer 2009. Shoppers can choose their soles from a variety of heel heights and colors, then snap on a top ranging from closed-toe clog styles to leopard print and crystal-encrusted straps. Though there are hundreds of options—including various artist collaborations—you can also customize your pair with a photograph, monogram, or print. The brand stresses the draw of lightweight, convenient traveling; in addition to shoes, Onesole sells accessories like a top hanger that fits in your suitcase.