sandals

Shoes Jul 28, 2010

Pinel & Pinel x Haivaianas Flip-Flops

The French brand Pinel & Pinel, known for their premium trunks, has collaborated with Havaianas on their iconic flip flops. The plastic sandal comes with the addition of crocodile leather and they are priced at 420 Euros. Does anybody… Read more
Shoes Jul 23, 2010

hobo Fall/Winter 2010 Footwear Collection

Japanese brand hobo has steadily made itself a strong name in the accessories market in recent years. From their Fall/Winter 2010 Collection we first present the footwear, with the other product to follow. Next to collaborations with Viberg… Read more
Shoes Jul 11, 2010

visvim Christo Sherpa-Folk

With summer being in full effect now, visvim releases their newest sandal – the Christo Sherpa-Folk. The sandal is part of their Folk line and as such much cleaner and minimal than their bulky classic Christo. It comes with woven … Read more
Shoes Jun 24, 2010

SOPHNET. x visvim Christo Sandal

For summer 2010, SOPHNET. has collaborated with visvim on their popular Christo sandal. The summer footwear style is offered in navy Cordura with horsehair elements on the insole. This style will be released exclusively in SOPH. shops this… Read more
Shoes May 31, 2010

visvim Christo Summer 2010

Matching their Summer 2010 luggage collection, visvim will be releasing their Christo sandal in 5 ballistic colorways this season. Look out for a release soon. Via Easttouch. Read more
Shoes Apr 17, 2010

Havaianas Sandals for Ace Hotel

The Palm Springs Ace Hotel teams with sandal maker Havaianas on a set of flip-flops. The sandals go for 22$US as part of the in room mini-bar offering and are also available online at Havaianas US shop. More looks at … Read more
Shoes Apr 8, 2010

Birki’s® for nonnative Flores Sandals

German label Birki’s (a sub label of Birkenstock that’s not Tatami) partnered with Japan’s nonnative on an interesting sandal for Spring/Summer 2010. The shoes feature a ponyhair T-Strap design with traditional cork foot bed. Available at… Read more
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