Megan Black: Derby plain toe casual shoes with chunky soles crafted from apple leather
Shop online Megan Black, the derby shoes made with Apple Leather, material made from the recycling of the residues provenient from the industrial production of apple juice, a sustainable and cruelty-free innovative alternative to leather
- Combining the sobriety of a solid pattern with casual elements, with a non-slip and eye-catching sole, it is a comfortable and attractive model, functional and versatile for many occasions, and manufactured in an environmentally friendly way
- Made with hypoallergenic and free from environmental toxins, they are breathable, avoiding foot sweat and suffocation; antibacterial, helping to prevent the development of odors. And have a moisture-wicking, padded footbed that provides arch support, making them a flexible model that you can wear without worrying about blisters
- Available in black and white
- Water resistant, breathable, Eco-responsable, antimicrobial and hypoallergenic
- Upper: Apple leather made from fibers provenient from the residue of the apple juice industry
- Fastening: Cotton laces
- Lining: Breathable, antibacterial, antimicrobial and hypoallergenic material, made of OnSteam vegan leather crafted from microfibers, CO2 free manufacturing system, no waste of water nor energy
- Insole: Padded EVA gum lined with microfiber, moisture wicking
- Outsole: Ridged shape, slip-resistant gum rubber
- Heel height: 3.2 cm | 1.3 in
- Carefully made in Portugal with sustainable materials and manufacturing processes, in a fair work environment.
- Clean your shoes using a soaked cloth and soapy water.
- Let the shoes air dry before applying polish cream.
- Apply a small amount of polish cream using a dry, soft cloth and rub sparingly over the textile in a circular motion.
- After the application, leave the shoes to dry naturally for 24 hours away from direct sunlight.
Please note: Do not put the product in the washing machine and never fully submerge the product as this could cause irreversible damage.
At the end of the product's lifespan (beyond repair), or when you no longer need the product, you can give it another destiny. You could consider using the product to fulfill a different purpose or even donate it.