A robust and understated sandal that looks good, is elegant, light as a feather and up for any adventure - that sums up the Feather Raven.
The upper material consists of microfibre, which makes the sandal particularly robust.
Just like with the closed Rewild models, the flexible and minimalistic outsole is made of a cork-rubber mix.
The insole cover is breathable and quick-drying, consisting of 75% washi and 25% polyester. The insole of EVA* and walnut shells is completely integrated, ensures a secure fit and impresses with its naturally antibacterial properties.
The raven-black sandal gives the foot lots of room. The closed strap over the big toe actively supports the windlass mechanism. Thanks to the natural movement of the big toe, the Feather Raven is magically drawn to the sole of the foot as you walk and run.
The supple and flexible micro-velcro fastening ensures that the sandal can easily be adjusted to fit your foot and goes along with any kind of movement.
Please see the notes about finding your size, as the size you need for the sandals will differ from your normal Wildling size!
*Ethylene-vinyl acetate - orthopaedic closed-cell foam, tested for harmful substances and free from plasticizers
Microfibre (50 % polyamide, 50 % polyurethane) - raven-black
Washi (75 % paper, 25 % polyester)
Lunatur (80 % EVA* and 20 % walnut shells)
Synthetic rubber with approx. 50 % recycled content, cork; 3.5 mm - black
Contains no products of animal origin, sandal
Dirty shoes are best brushed carefully when dry or cleaned gently with a damp cloth.
Not suitable for machine washing.
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