Asportuguesas Come LED Black P018023018 (Women's)
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Asportuguesas Come LED Black P018023018 (Women's)

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Asportuguesas by Fly London is the innovative new line of footwear that delivers comfort and style with sustainability in mind. The Come mule slipper is perfect for indoor and outdoor wear, whether you're on the go or lounging around the house. The uppers are constructed with 100% recycled post-consumer textile fibers that help to regulate temperature and are ecofriendly. This wooly textile lines the interior as well, while a molded cork footbed provides comfort and arch support for all day wear. A uniquely textured rubber/cork outsole provides traction and maintains durability. The Come mule from Asportuguesas is going to be your new go-to pair for every day wear and ultimate comfort.

  • Felt textile uppers sustainability sourced using 100% recycled post-consumer textile fibers
  • Felt textile lining
  • Molded cork footbed provides all day comfort and arch support
  • Rubber and cork water-resistant outsole provides traction and shock absorption
  • Double layered, boiled 100% natural wool felted uppers
  • Materials sustainably sourced and recycled
  • Rubber/cork water-resistant outsole provides traction and shock absorption

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    Egofriendly meets ecofriendly. Asportuguesas by Fly London is a new footwear concept that seeks to strike a balance between sustainability, comfort, and style. With a name inspired by the essence of the Montado cork oak forests in Brazil, Asportuguesas aims to play a crucial role in the world’s ecological balance, fighting climate change and desertification while sustaining biodiversity in their uniquely innovative footwear. Aspotuguesas uses recycled materials certified by the Global Recycling Standard, with suppliers who have adopted the 4sustainability Protocol to reduce the presence of hazardous chemicals in its production cycle activities.