The model of espadrille that we offer in esflamenco.com is a veritable piece of craftmanship. The upper part, which has a tweed-like pattern, and the insole, which is always white, are both made of cotton. As for the sole, it is made using jute vegetable fibre. Nonetheless, one of the elements that stand out the most are undoubtedly the hand-stitched seams that join the sole to the espadrille's upper part. These espadrilles are manufactured in a small workshop in the small village of La Mata (Castellón) for a group of craftsmen who are experts at making this footwear that is typical of the whole Spanish Levant region (the eastern coast). They employ materials that are 100% natural and craft methods that date back to the 17th century, resulting in a high-quality item of footwear that is also environmentally sound. From a typical farmworkers' shoe to a fashion item for catwalks. Espadrilles are a kind of footwear that is typically Spanish and has become fashionable half-way around the world thanks to designers like Yves Saint Laurent. The manufacturing process to make these espadrilles, which follows traditional craft methods throughout, means that they take 20 days to become available. If you are uncertain about your shoe-size please check the following conversion table: Size 35: 22.6 cm. Size 36: 23.3 cm. Size 37: 24.0 cm. Size 38: 24.6 cm. Size 39: 25.3 cm. Size 40: 26.0 cm. Size 41: 26.6 cm. Size 42: 27.3 cm. Size 43: 28.0 cm. Size 44: 28.6 cm. Size 45: 29.3 cm. Size 46: 30.0 cm.
This manufacturer is closed for the holidays. That is why all orders that are received after the 1 August, they will be a delay on the usual delivery period displayed on this page./p>