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The Archive - The Espadrille Light Beige Suede
The Archive - The Espadrille Light Beige Suede
The Archive - The Espadrille
The Archive - The Espadrille

The Espadrille UK 5

120.00 USD 150.00 USD
  • Description
    20% - Outgoing style

    The Espadrille from our Spring/Summer launch 2021.
    This model runs large. Select one full size down from what you usually wear in dressed shoes. If using a sport sneaker as a preference, please select two sizes down. The Espadrille should feel tight in the beginning as they will stretch to become comfortable after just a few wears.

    Our take on the classic espadrille is crafted on a slightly higher-than-average jute sole (3cm). The higher sole creates a sharper impression, making this a companion suitable for not only days at the beach, but also for evenings at the plaza. The braided jute soles are reinforced with a layer of rubber, making them suitable for longer walks than you’d normally expect from an espadrille.

    SKU: 2187
  • The Espadrille - Light Beige Suede 5
  • True to size: Take the size you usually wear in MORJAS shoes. Only available in full sizes. Go down to the nearest full size if you are in between sizes.
  • The espadrille is pre-treated with a protecting spray in the factory. However, treat your shoes with a suede protective spray regularly. Keep 15-20cm distance when spraying.

    If your suede starts becoming a bit “hairy”, remove the hair with the fire of a lighter. Keep some distance to the shoes so only the “top” of the flame is applied to the shoes to avoid the risk of burning marks.

    Jute fibres tend to absorb water, which can lead to swelling and a temporary softening of the material. This could affect the shape and strength of the jute sole over time.

    To prolong the life and beauty of your jute-soled Espadrilles, we recommend avoiding exposure to wet conditions, rain, and puddles. If your shoes do get wet, allow them to air dry naturally. Avoid excessive heat, as it can compromise the fibres' integrity.