Saluyot, just like Abaca fibers, is spun into strong threads and ropes and is now material in this pair of eco-friendly sandals.
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Did you know that Jute is also known as Saluyot?
Abundant in warm, tropical countries like the Philippines, it is mostly known as the green leafy vegetable with a slimy texture and one of the key ingredients in our mongo soup or Ilocanos’ Dinengdeng or Bulanglang.
We often call it Jute or Burlap and often used as sacks, eco-bags, and now in our sandals.
Upper made of Jute with black piping.
Suede-like lining for that comfy fit.
Footbed made from handwoven Abaca.
Adjustable ankle strap in tan made of man-made leather.
One color only : Natural Jute.
Gum outer sole.
Fitting: True to size.
Available color: Natural.
Handcrafted by shoemakers of Laguna for Sewn - Sustain Our Homegrown.