Out of the pursuit and ardent love for the mysterious ocean, UIN designers follows The Great Wave off Kanagawa, one of the most classic traditional Japanese artworks, and subverted the traditional artistic concept, created a different extraordinarily freaky world from the realistic society. Adopting the wave as background, this brand-new artwork pictured a creature looked like the combination of lion and dragon, surging forward with great momentum in the fierce waves. With strong color contrast and fancy elements, this pair of canvas shoes is design for myth lovers and those who appreciate art with distinguishing characteristics.
- Upper:Canvas / Heel Lining:Short Plush
- Insole:Ortholite / Outsole:EVA / Closure Type:Slip-On
- BIONIC DESIGN - The shape of insole resembles the shape of the feet with wider toe space
- SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT - Weight around 14 oz per pair of shoes
- EASY TO SLIP ON AND TAKE OFF - Elastic band allows to slip the shoes on and off easily
- STYLISH ART PRINTING - Unique design painted in art fashion by UIN Spain designer, perfect for unique wearing style
- SOFT INNER - 0.35 inch inner cushioning is super comfortable to provide unmatched support
- ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY - UIN pays much effort to reduce negative impacts on the environment. Our materials are safe with environmentally-friendly features, limiting pollution to the ecosystem. None of UIN sneakers incorporates fur or other elements of animal origins
I'm so happy I got these! First, they're really cool looking. They're comfy, breathable, and light. The footbed is wide enough that I could put my insert in without making the shoe feel a size smaller. However, they're comfy enough that I don't even need the footbed. I have now walked a couple miles, stood for long periods of time, and sat in a car for hours without swelling, pain, plantar fasciitis, or any form of uncomfortableness. My recurring sciatica hasn't even shown back up since I started wearing these. I think I'll be buying another pair because they're so great! I love them, and I don't find them weird looking at all. One commentor said they had an odd shape, but I don't find that to be true.