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WÖRISHOFER

leather Sandals
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Lightweight black leather sandal from Wörishofer featuring a silver-tone metal buckle that allows for an adjustable width, punch-hole detail at the straps, a buckle fastening sling back strap and a contrasting cork wedge.
Item ID:10154163

Size & Fit

  • Measurements: heel: 4.5 centimetres
  • Composition & Care

  • Composition: Leather 100%,
  • Composition: Cork 100%
  • Brand Style ID : WOS251
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    Designer: WÖRISHOFER


    Wörishofer is a brand of orthpaedic ladies' sandal made in Bad Wörishofen. They have a cork wedge in the sole which is light and acts as a shock absorber. They were first designed in the 1940s and have been considered practical but ugly. But in 2010, they became fashionable, being worn by celebrities such as Kirsten Dunst and Maggie Gyllenhaal.