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Why We Chose Portugal

October 09, 2015

When we began our mission to create luxurious classic sneakers, we explored options around the world before finally settling on Portugal. Thus far we have been thrilled with the results but, nonetheless, are glad to see our decision validated by this recent article published by The Business of Fashion

Describing Portugal as a country "with a leather manufacturing heritage equal to that of luxury production powerhouses France and Italy, and offering comparable quality at a significantly lower cost," BoF goes on to make the case for Portugal as a source of "accessible luxury." 

Read the full article here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Size Guide
Choosing your size.
If you are unfamiliar with European sizing, it can be useful to measure your feet before ordering. Doing so will take just a few minutes, and save you the unnecessary time involved in exchanging your shoes. You can estimate your shoe size by measuring your foot length toe to heel.


Place your heel against the wall and on a piece of paper mark the tip of your longest toe. Measure the distance between the wall and your toe marking. Repeat the process for your other foot. Use the measurement of your larger foot as your shoe size.