Birkenstock, as we know it today, is a 20th-century product, but the brand was founded by German shoemaker Johann Adam Birkenstock in 1774.
Two generations later in 1886, his grandson Konrad Birkenstock developed contoured the sole that the shoe brand would become famous for.
Designed with the natural shape of the foot in mind, Birkenstock’s signature style has sold millions worldwide and is still going strong.
This simple sandal with two straps stands for timeless design and has long held cult status thanks to its comfort factor. The upper is made from the skin-friendly, hard-wearing synthetic material, It is suitable for all ages whether women, men or children, It also has a very comfortable design and can be worn only in the summer.
The most famous materials of ARIZONA BIRKENSTOCK industry :
- Natural Upper Materials Smooth Leather It has a very fine grain so the surface feels smooth.
- Embossed Leather Same as Smooth Leather above except that a special pattern or texture has been pressed into the surface.
- Natural Leather/Oiled Leather Has a visible grain and naturally occurring color irregularities that are not removed in order to preserve the matt surface.
- Waxy Leather Leather that has been buffed and coated with a waxy finish.
- Patent Leather The surface of this leather is finished with a high gloss.
- Nubuck Leather Created by sanding the natural grain of the leather which gives a fine nap.
- Suede Leather Made with premium cowhides that are split to produce soft, thick, matte leather.