The San-Dal is a faithful recreation of the ancient running/hunting sandal of the Ju’hoansi people of the Kalahari in Namibia. Made in partnership with a small group San cobblers from the Nae Nae Conservancy and the Future Footwear Foundation, the San-Dal is made from locally tanned Eland Skin (soles) and Springbok (uppers) - made entirely by hand pair-by-pair by the direct descendants of the first humans!
We're confident that after experiencing the joys of natural foot freedom, your feet won't want to go back to 'normal' shoes.
So confident, we've introduced a 100 day trial to all orders. If you change your mind within that period, we're happy for you to return your shoes for a full refund with no hassle.
Your trial will commence automatically from the date your order arrives. Simply check out with your shoes as usual and we'll take care of the rest. (Standard Ts and Cs apply).
In collaboration with the Ju|’hoansi people of Namibia, and in support of their community, this project aims to revive their ancient shoe-making skill. The result is the San-Dal, handstitched and made from Eland skin, the largest antelope in Southern Africa. Barefoot as it was thousands of years ago.
A tough but flexible, concave, hexagonal sole, designed to go from the city to the country on wet, cold and muddy surfaces through the winter months.
Patented, ultra-thin, puncture resistant layer. 5x more puncture resistant than a standard sole of the same thickness.
Naturally tanned using vegetable matter, the oldest way of tanning leather.
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Untracked service with Royal Mail.
Tracked service with DPD Orders must be placed by 2.30pm. Orders placed after 2.30pm Thursday-Sunday will be processed on Monday and delivered on Tuesday.
Tracked service with DPDOrders must be placed by 2.30pm Friday or will be delivered the following weekend.
Delivery times may be extended, depending on where exactly you live.
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