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Woven Flat / Oiled Leather
Woven Flat / Oiled Leather
Woven Flat / Oiled Leather
Woven Flat / Oiled Leather


Woven Flat / Oiled Leather



Details / Oiled Leather

Every pair oiled by hand using a blend of plant-based oils, beeswax, and propolis. The deep brown won’t rub off on your feet, and can be easily re-conditioned at home using Obenauf’s leather oil. Our traditionally-tanned water buffalo is made by hand in small batches, so each pair has a unique surface grain; natural variation in color tone is to be expected.

  • Dyed with plant-based leather oil; nothing synthetic, no hard-to-pronounce chemicals
  • Full-grain water buffalo leather molds to your feet over time for the perfect fit
  • Cushioned footbed
  • Soft leather lining
  • Stacked leather midsole
  • Durable, grippy crepe rubber sole
    Size Guide / Woven Women's

    Woven Shoes run big and fit best when they start out tight. Take a full size down and use our break-in tips. For example, if you’re normally a 7, order a 6.

    If you are normally a half size, take one size down. For example, if you’re normally a 7.5, order a 7.

    After a few days of wear, toe box and footbed will mold to your foot for the perfect fit.

    Not sure which size is best for you? We’re here to help -

    How does oiled leather work?

    Every pair is oiled by hand using a Obenauf’s Leather Oil—a blend of plant-based oils, beeswax, and propolis. Several well-applied coats turn our water buffalo leather a deep chocolate shade. This kind of leather has been used to make shoes in Athani for generations; it’s tanned nearby in a small batch traditional process that makes for beautiful, high quality leather; the oil adds a rich color that lasts well over time.

    Where are they made?

    We believe in products with a sense of place. Mohinders are made by master shoemakers in Athani, India, whose designs are iconic to the surrounding region: Northern Karnataka. Follow our off-the-beaten-path journey through Karnataka’s red-rock climbing walls, cave temples, and outdoor sandal markets along the way.