huarache

[n] - a sandal with flat heels and an upper of woven leather straps
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huarache

huaraches noun a sandal with flat heels and an upper of woven leather straps
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Huarache

[food] Huarache (sometimes spelled guarache)wa`ɾatʃe is a popular Mexican dish consisting of an oblong, fried masa base, with a variety of toppings including green or red salsa, onions, potato, cilantro and any manner of protein such as ground beef or tongue, and then finished with queso fresco cheese. This dish is most popular in its hom...
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huarache

a sandal with flat heels and an upper of woven leather straps.
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Huarache

A huarache is a shoe made from interwove leather thongs. Balmoral Shoe
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Huarache

[shoe] Huaraches (from the original warachi, also known as Purepecha or Tarascan wa`ɾatʃe, singular huarache) are a type of Mexican sandal. Pre-Columbian in origin, they gained popularity and notability from their use by the 1960s hippie generation. ==History== Pre-Columbian in origin, the sandals are believed related to the cactle or cac...
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Huarache

[running shoe] Huaraches are an open type of outdoor footwear, consisting of a sole held to the wearer`s foot by straps passing over the instep and around the ankle. The common understanding is that these sandals were a variant of traditional Mexican huaraches, the difference being in design and construction. These sandals are favoured by m...
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