I am looking to make some light camp shoes/sandals/flip flops. I saw on extremtextil that they sell vibram supernewflex and judging from the listed weight, they should come out pretty light. I took Merrell Vapor glove 2's last time to the Alps. I think they were 350g for the pair roughly (UK 10.5). Strangely I couldnt find any flip flops lighter than that at the time. Anyway, I thought if I made the soles on the vibram material and then either fashion a flip flip type fixing made from webbing or an over the top single piece of webbing it could be good. Or use cords and make huaraches. Anyone tried this? I saw some European fashion sandals using the supernewflex in 4mm with a leather top sole and leather sandal parts. Trying to decide on a 50mm piece of webbing simply over the top of the foot and adjusted with velcro. Or 25mm webbing in flip flop format. Or 4mm cord in huaraches format. Probably won't be walking far, just around camp and refuges. Any tips?