These velvet sabots are not only stylish but also eco-friendly, made with top-quality materials and finished by hand in Italy. They are perfect for both indoor and outdoor use, providing comfort and durability.
The insole is made from an agglomerate of recycled cottons, which not only makes them eco-friendly but also provides a healthy barrier to micro-trauma from walking. The outer sole of the sabot is made from recycled bicycle tires, further contributing to sustainability. Even the labels are made from recycled plastic bottles.
In addition to being eco-friendly, these velvet sabots also provide optimal comfort thanks to the raised inner heel. And the best part? They are machine washable for easy maintenance.
Upgrade your footwear game with these stylish and sustainable velvet sabots, perfect for any occasion.
This product is:
Made by Women
Made in Italy
- Handmade in Italy
- Recycled cotton insole
- Gum outer sole
- Machine washable
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Federica Stardero is the founder of Swanky, a Milan-based independent brand. From costumes to Friuliane shoes, they’re produced, according to the ancient traditions of Italian craftsmanship. To ensure a long life, every Swanky detail is treated with obsession, and every seam tends to perfection. The Friulane, the Sabot and all the others are a combination of attention to detail, typical of ancient tailoring and stylistic research, which has always been an artistic heritage of Italy.
We donate 1% of our proceeds to Fashion Revolution, which like us strive to promote transparent and ethical brands. We want to actively contribute to making fashion more ethical and sustainable. Instead of making people feel guilty, we help them recognize that they have the power to make positive change. We love fashion. But we don't want our clothes to exploit people or destroy our planet.