Dali sole - pneumatic rubberAre you looking to make your own shoe? The original Spanish espadrille sole is a great eco-friendly option, no need for glue or animal products. All you need is a pair of soles, a needle, 5 meters of thread and some canvas.
One of the great things about making espadrilles is that even if you are not very experienced, if you make a mistake, you can unstitch and start over as many times as you want. This is not the case when making other types of shoes due to the common use of glue, a messy process where you only get one chance to get it right.
Specifications about this sole: Designed by the Spanish militery in the 1920's, this extremely durable espadrille sole is made with a thin layer of rope stitched to a recycled pneumatic rubber base. If you are looking for a long lasting sole, this is it!
Finding the right size: Our soles are true to European size. If you want to make 100% sure you are getting the right size, measure the exact lenght of your foot and add roghly 1cm (0.4") to find the correct sole lenght you need.
What is the sole made of? The espadrille sole is made with jute and recycled pneumatic rubber.
Did you know? Originally peasant footwear, espadrilles were popularised throughout the 20th century by many cultural figures including Picasso, Salvador Dalí and later John F. Kennedy and Yves Saint Laurent