Beautiful, hand-woven fabric from Ilocos, also known as Inabel, integrated on abaca soles with foam padding underneath.
Abel weaving is a form of weaving tradition native to the Ilocano people of Northern Luzon in the Philippines. The tradition of weaving is passed down from one generation to another along with the stories that emerge from the fabric's patterns. The Inabel fabric is a handwoven textile that is intimately connected to the people who create them.
Abac�, also known as Manila Hemp, is a sustainable fiber native to the Philippines. The abac� rope, which is used in these slides, is very durable, flexible and resistant to salt water damage.
*Note: Due to the hand-made nature of the product and naturally sourced materials, the colors and silhouettes may slightly vary across products