Hawkins 1930 black
We discovered our new collection of sandals inspired by Mary Ann Hawkins (1919-1993). This woman was one of the most prominent surfers in the 1930s, winning the Pacific Coast Women's Surfboard Championships several years in a row (1938, 1939 and 1940).
She became a legend of modern surfing and was referred to as "the movie star looking jock with grace in the water."
We created a vintage design with modern touches presenting a variety of color palettes thus representing the essence of the summer season.
Upper: Leathers with Leather Working Group certificate for responsible water consumption.
Lining: 70% breathable ecological bamboo, from controlled felling and free of pesticides and insecticides.
Insole lining: Natural cork recycled from bottle corks.
Insole: 100% recycled, removable with a 2 cm wedge.
Sole: Ecological rubber certified free of deforestation and socially responsible. For the manufacture of our soles we use only oils of vegetable origin.
Upper and sole union: 100% natural pine resin.
MADE IN SPAIN
Discover your ideal size
This table shows the measurements of the inner insoles in centimeters.
To find out what your ideal size is, remove the insole from one of your shoes, measure it and compare it with our measurements.
|FOOT LENGTH (cm)||23||23.6||24.2||24.8||25.4||26|