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Sustainable Glass Beads Light BlueRegular price £58.00
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A gorgeous pair of sandals hand-made in Kenya, embellished with sustainable glass beads in a beautiful thin strap design. Each pair is lovingly crafted with a natural leather upper on a soft padded light sole.
- Product Details
- Fit and Fabric
- 100% Genuine leather and vibrant glass beads Handcrafted in Kenya
- Part of our sustainable fashion collection: supporting local artisans keeping their craft alive and helping to maintain their livelihood
- Due to our sandals being handmade, there may be slight imperfections
- The sandals are packaged in a gorgeous, colourful reusable fabric bag.
Sustainable Glass Beads
Made in Kenya
- Thong-style sandal Flat flexible (non-slip) sole
- Care Instructions: Dust off with a soft, dry cloth. For stains/marks; blot with a leather cleaning formula followed by a leather softening agent.
- Due to the handmade nature of this item we recommend wiping the leather with a dry cloth before wear.
- We suggest you wear your sandals around the house and on some short outings before you set off on a long day out.
Why Choose Our Sandals?
- The sandal bags are made by Elimu Sewing Project in Kenya which supports young women from vulnerable backgrounds to pursue a 2-year training program which equips them with income-generating skills and a sewing trade.
- By rejecting leather we would destroy many jobs for individuals who rely on the leather industry for their livelihood.
- We only use leather byproducts from the meat industry. The leather would otherwise be wasted.
- Additionally, our leather is only coloured using natural dyes. It will last a lifetime and be passed on to future generations. It is the antithesis of fast fashion. We run a monthly Beach Clean-Up Campaign in Malindi Kenya where we pledged to pick up a basket of waste for every pair of Kenyan Sandals sold.
- We sponsor twelve children volunteers, who help with the beach clean, to attend school, enabling them to get the education they had previously been unable to afford