In 1946, Antoni Pons Parramon began making Espadrilles.
Made with jute or rubber, the Espadrilles were produced in the traditional way in Osor, a small village near Girona, Spain.
Now we find ourselves wearing them all summer, whilst on vacation or here in London.
The covered toe makes them low maintenance, and the rubber coated jute sole helps navigate changing climates.
True to size, and super comfortable.