Sometimes, your toes get tired of daily exposure. Slip them into something more forgiving, like a new pair of Soludos espadrilles. The breathable cotton shoes, founded by London transplant Nick Brown, will relieve the inevitable summer flip-flop fatigue. The comfy fabric protects freshly pedicured toes from sidewalk silt, while the jute soles have a light rubber coating — a fresh update for the classic Mediterranean slipper. We love the way a pair molds to our feet after only a few wears, and dig the way the backs can be worn up (it’s a slipper!) or down (it’s a mule!). The variety of fun unisex patterns, from graphic triangles to playful striped denim, will make it hard to choose just one. And since they are less than $30 a pop, you don’t have to. Click over to the just-launched online store; there’s not a flop in the bunch. Available at Steven Alan, 103 Franklin Street, between Church Street and West Broadway (212-343-0692 or stevenalan.com); online at soludos.com, $24-$28. Photo: Courtesy of Soludos Why stop here? Get your kicks with our Roundup of 78 pairs of spring shoes. Then, prep for summer by finding a new swimsuit and getting a DIY spray tan.