Daphne Piñatex: the women's heel sandals with criss-cross straps crafted with organic fabric, made from pineapple leaf fibers This innovative material comes from the reuse of the residue created by the pineapple farming industry. It uses the pineapple leafs fibers to obtain a biodegradable, renewable and cruelty-free textile.
This clump like model has a beautiful and minimalist style, without any barroque elements that burden their aesthetic and has the freshness of an open shoe. Furthermore it has the Nae logo printed on the heel area and the straps are nailed to the sole by metallic tacks. Made of hypoallergenic materials and free from environmental toxins, they are breathable (preventing suffocation and excessive foot sweat) and antimicrobial (prevents bad odors). The sole is made of wood with an organic crepé rubber base, that makes them easy to clean. They are fresh sandals and have a soft and slip-resistant step.
Simple and attractive, they are versatile and contemporary and you can match them with various outfits for very occasions.
- Straps: Piñatex made from pineapple leaves fibres and PLA
- Interior: microfiber and laminated PU
- Cushioned insole with moisture wicking EVA foam
- Sole: wood with a crepé natural rubber base
Size & Fit
- If you find that your measurements fall between two sizes, choose the larger size.
- Heel height: 5,5 cm
- Carefully made in Portugal with sustainable materials and manufacturing processes, in a fair work environment.
Wash & Care
- Clean your item using a soaked cloth and soapy water. For difficult stains, rub a soft cleaning brush soaked with soapy water in a circular motion.
- Remove the soap with a damp cloth.
- Let your shoes air dry away from direct sunlight 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.