Massachusetts 1893 white/red
PRODUCTION TIME: 25-30 BUSINESS DAYS
We were inspired by the first women's basketball game to create a vintage design with touches of current trends. The date and place of this historical milestone is reflected in the soul of our sneaker. On March 21, 1893 at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, the meeting was held thanks to the Physical Education teacher, Senda Berenson.
The quality of the materials is also a reflection of past times where artisans have created footwear with their hands as if it were an exclusive work of art.
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|
Production on demand means that it is only produced once the customer buys it. It is one of the most sustainable methods when it comes to producing, since instead of mass-producing sneakers, we wait for the orders to arrive first and thus we produce the right amount of each sneaker. In this way we do not have excess stock or materials.
Our goal is for you to find an honest product, where the wisdom of good work has always been born, guaranteeing all the seals of quality and respect.
**On demand orders do not have changes or returns.
How long does it take to receive my product on Demand?
Once your order is placed, we will put it into operation and you will receive it in 25-30 business days.