Previously used in the countryside, today, the origin of this espadrille is not known. This espadrille was one of Salvador Dali's favorites; he used to come to our shop often during his early painting career and later started to send someone on his behalf once he hit fame. Dalí used to combine them with a suit or a tuxedo.
With more than hundreds of years of history, this traditional lace-up espadrille is the favorite of many due to its astonishing comfort.
Previously made of hemp, the soles are today handcrafted from jute and recycled pneumatic rubber. You can even see scratches from the tires!
The canvas, which sewn by hand with cotton, adapts to your feet over time.
This vegan shoe for men is sustainably made in Spain by experienced artisans.
What is my shoe size?
Here you can find a size chart for better guidance. All of our espadrilles shoes are in European (EU) size. We created a small chart to help all of you to get the perfect size!
If you are not sure about your size, you can measure your feet from the longest toe till the heel.
There are three types of soles, those of tire, those of jute (which we call cucumber because of its shape) and those of jute combined with vulcanized rubber. All of them share the same size measurements.