Hit the beach, shops or your favourite sunny spot with Birkenstock. The Gizeh is a thong style sandal with a brown manmade upper, cork latex footbed, adjustable buckled strap and shock absorbing EVA sole for comfort and durability.
The Birkenstock Gizeh is downsized for juniors to enjoy wearing. The thong style sandal is made with a patent white manmade upper and an adjustable fastening. A leather insole sits on the shock absorbing EVA sole for a comfy finish.
Thong style flip flops from Birkenstock with Birko-Flor uppers designed for casual or formal attire. Featuring a cork and latex footbed, a leather lined insole, and completed with an adjustable strap and a shock absorbing EVA sole.
Thong style with Birko-Flor Nubuck uppers designed for casual or formal attire. Features cork/latex footbed, leather lined insole, adjustable strap and shock absorbing EVA sole.Upper Birko Flor NubuckLining SuedeSole EVAFastening 1 Strap
Birkenstock Ramses Birkenstocks Ramses Mens Toe Post Sandals Stone One Buckle Adustable strap to aid your comfort and the perfect fitting Suitable to wear whether you are dressed up smart or going for a casual day out Suitable to wear whether you are dressed up smart or going for a casual day out Birko-Flor Uppers offers style and comfort Cork/Laytex Footbed Let your feet breathe and feel
Offering your feet ultra cushioning the Arizona two strap sandal by Birkenstock are a classic summer shoe thatll take you from the beach to sight-seeing this season. In a rambling rose blue and covered with florals theyll perk up your footwear wardrobe this season and show off your fun flirty side too while the smooth upper and soft suede lining ensures theyre breathable and comfortable. Featuring
Known and respected worldwide for its incredibly comfortable, anatomically correct sandals, shoes, and clogs, Birkenstock footwear is designed specifically to mimic the shape of the healthy human foot. The original Birkenstock shoes were developed in Germany in 1897 by shoemaker Konrad Birkenstock, and by 1966, Californian Margot Fraser discovered the shoes while vacationing in Germany, and began