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Banana Weave Mens Sandals

Banana Weave Mens Sandals

indosole

$42.00
All natural banana leaves are dried then hand woven into sandal uppers. This model is like a 72' Honda motorbike, designed for urban cruising. An Indo original - Roaming the streets since 2009 Six (6) Size Option: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 Features: - 100% handcrafted with re-purposed tire sole - N...
All natural banana leaves are dried then hand woven into sandal uppers. This model is like a 72' Honda motorbike, designed for urban cruising.

An Indo original - Roaming the streets since 2009

Six (6) Size Option: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13

Features:
- 100% handcrafted with re-purposed tire sole
- Nylon toe thong and wrapped mid-sole
- EVA foam foot bed with arch support
- 2mm foam bed in the heel for extra comfort
- 1.2 inch wide canvas straps to ensure longevity and keep the natural weave dry
- If you are in between sizes, please size up. For example, if you are a 10.5, size up to an 11.
The idea for Indosole was conceived on a surf trip to Bali, Indonesia in 2004. A couple of young Californians were struck by the environmental issues faced by Indonesians, and inspired by an unusual pair of sandals they found there.  With Re-purposed products, Indosole offers the most organic, toxic free and environmentally sustainable production process. There is no melting down, off gassing, or reforming of any materialjust strong hands and minds.  Repurposing is an art of transformation. We learned this from our commitment to the local Balinese crafts people, the wise and resourceful artisans who taught us that waste could be reimagined, transformed into something purposeful.  To enhance every aspect of your life, Indosole uses only locally sourced and animal free materials during its transformation of waste into fashionable and functional items. It is our dream to provide you with footwear that not only eliminates waste, but also, can give it a new life. Please join us on our quest to save 1 million waste tires from Indonesian landfills.