Namaste! Sandals Made from Yoga Mats

Sanuk’s Yoga Sling Sandal are super comfy yet chic.




photo courtesy of chelsea collective

 

If you’ve ever taken an intense yoga class, then you know how good it feels to collapse on the mat for well-deserved shavasana.

Now, imagine taking that relaxed feeling and transferring it to your feet.

The Yoga Sling Sandal ($38) from Sanuk — the Thai word for “fun” — is as comfy as it is stylish. The shoe features a two-way stretch-knit upper and heel slings to support your feet.

The footbed is, wait for it, made from actual yoga mats.

The cushiony footbed makes every step like walking on a pillow. And no, you don’t have to be a yogi to enjoy them. Strap them on for a casual run to the store or whenever you have a lot of walking to do.

The sandals come in a variety of colors and prints. We particularly like them in a neutral gray, which pretty much goes with everything. Who says comfortable shoes can’t be chic, too?

Bonus points: The sandals are vegan- and vegetarian- friendly.  

Available at Chelsea Collective
1000 Ross Park Mall Drive, Ross Township
412/548-0181
chelseacollective.com
 

 

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