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Cris, Crisscross T-Bar Sandals

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Is it a pair of sandals? Is it a pair of Mary Jane? Sandals for all seasons? Yes, Cris ticks all the boxes.

Closed-toe sandal in box calf, with T-bar and criss-cross strap details, brushed copper color buckle.
- Rounded toe
- Dark gold color buckle
- Fine box calf
- Calf leather lining
- Leather sole with rubber heel tip
- Leather outsole
- Deboss insole

Sustainability guarantees

Is the manufacturing process of your collection free from child labour and human trafficking, are all workers paid a living wage, and is the factory compliant with all local environmental regulations?

Does your collection use recycled, recyclable packaging and no plastics? (all must apply, and if your collection results in zero waste from the manufacturing process please tick this box)

If your collection contains any animal-sourced textiles and hides, are all hides and textiles sourced as a co-product of meat, fishing or population control of wild animals or free-range farming? (ONLY applies if you use animal products)

oeurs

Based in: Spain

Oeurs dedicate sophisticated, versatile and utilitarian leather shoes for women, in perdurable quality. 

Applying finest traditional shoemaking and leather crafting skills, oeurs ensures the beautiful historical language of fine men’s dress shoe making is translated fluently into our collections. 

​All shoes are crafted in Spain, adhering to the long-held standard of classical dress shoes in the area, and in compliance with the highest standards of environmental responsibility.

Leather is a core part of our craft, and we use only the highest quality hides that are both durable and biodegradable from trusted tanneries in Italy, Spain and Germany. On average our shoes are 80% biodegradable, easily repaired/ resoled by cobblers, making them potentially lifelong companions.

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