Many of us in the Asian region are often accused of dressing sloppily and one of the gripes is with our footwear, or lack thereof. It’s for practical reasons, because of the humid climate, that some of us are guilty of wearing flip-flops even though we’re well dressed overall. Moreover, it’s simply a natural progression from our ancestors who used to wear red clogs or blue and white slippers. One way to refine this is to don on a pair of sandals.
The Casimir Sandal is both aesthetically unique and comfortable. You’ve to try them to believe it. Some of its features include the stitched leather soles for extra durability and an EVA insole on the heel for that extra cushioning.
For that touch of elegance, nubuck is used. Unlike suede, this type of leather is far more durable. It’s easy to get confused about whether a leather item is nubuck or suede since both look and feel similar. Both types of leather are sanded to produce the velvet soft feel that is so desirable. The main difference is that nubuck is sanded on the outer surface of the leather, which would have been the exterior skin of the animal, while suede is sanded on the inner layer of the skin. Since the outer layer of a skin is much tougher, the nubuck lasts much longer and responds well to the sanding process.
We like to pay close attention to these little things.