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Woven Sandal
Woven Sandal
Woven Sandal
Woven Sandal

Womens

Woven Sandal

$125.00
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These woven leather sandals are easy, lightweight, and made to travel with you for years to come.

This is our newest shoe design; it blends heirloom master shoemaking techniques from Athani, India with a minimalist silhouette. 

Details / Woven Natural Leather
  • Handcrafted, iconic designs from Northern Karnataka, India. Each pair is made by master shoemakers in the shoes’ town of origin. Centuries-old technical skill plus modern updates make them distinctive, wearable shoes that only get better with time.

    • Full-grain water buffalo leather molds to your feet over time for the perfect fit
    • Handmade leather patinas to a rich, deeper color the more it’s worn
    • Cushioned footbed
    • Soft leather lining
    • Stacked leather midsole
    • Durable, grippy crepe rubber sole
      Size Guide / Slides + City Slippers

      Slides fit true to size, take your normal shoe size.

      If you are normally a half size, take one size up. For example, if you’re normally a 9.5, order a 10.

      Once you put a few miles on them the 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 - mohinfo@mohinders.com

      Minimalist design, made to last.

      When heirloom woven leather shoemaking meets a minimalist shape, every decision counts. The single strap has a big job, so dimension, shape, and placement is key. It took months of collaboration with master shoemakers of Athani to design, and the result: a wearable, time-tested sandal that forms to your foot shape and gets better with 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.