There’s no denying that espadrilles have been having a moment this summer. So, what makes the ones from Industry of all Nations stand out from the rest? Firstly, they’re made in Uruguay, in a factory that’s been using the same materials and techniques since 1907. Secondly, there are no glues, rubbers, or plastics used in their construction, so they’re 100% biodegradable (meaning you can just stick ‘em in the ground when you’re done with ‘em). Thirdly, they have laces (a small detail, but a good one). And fourthly, they’re from a company that takes socially responsibility very seriously. Add to that a super affordable price, and I’d say we have a winner.
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