Average width, toe line curves downward from the big toe toward the smallest toe.This is our most common template.
Toe line rounded in front. Slightly wide forefoot and average heel width.
This template is for those with flat feet or fallen arches. Toe line curves downward toward small toe.
This template is for those with a narrower foot. Toe line curves downward from big toe. This is a common template for women.
Toe line is less curved. Common for those who have a slightly shorter big toe.
This template is for a wide foot. The toe line curves downward from the big toe.
|Women's 7/Men's 6|
|Women's 8/Men's 6.5|
|Women's 8.5/Men's 7|
|Women's 9/Men's 8|
|Women's 9.5/Men's 8.5|
|Women's 10/Men's 9|
|Women's 11/Men's 10|
|Women's 12/Men's 11|
|Men's 13 (Legal)|
|If you need a size larger than Men's 13 please select "custom" and contact us for more information.|
How much room should I leave between my toes and the edge of the template?
The final sole shape of your sandal will be the same as the template (although there may be some very slight variations). The amount of excess sole is ultimately up to your own personal preference. However, we recommend that your toes are comfortably positioned within the sole outline and that there is not more than an inch of space in front of your toes. Too much excess sole can cause the front of the sole to catch and cause tripping.
What if I can see more than one numbers between my toes? How should I choose one?
You should stand on the sole template and position your foot as you would like it to fit. Make sure you are not standing on the strap attachment points as indicated above. Take a pencil and place a mark between your toes, all the way back against your foot where the toes connect. You can then remove your foot from the template and see what number correlates closest to the dot you made. You can double check that number by placing the tip of the pencil on the dot and then placing your foot back on the template with the pencil between your toes as if it were the toe strap.
I have a commonly shaped foot and I don't want to bother with printing templates. Can I get a standard size?
Yes, under the template and toe strap number drop down menus you have the option to choose "STANDARD". We will construct your sandal with the most common template and toe strap number.
WARRANTY: If your sandals break down due to any manufacturing defect or other error on our part they may be returned for repair/replacement free of charge. This warranty does not cover any damage outside of normal wear. If it appears that the sandals were neglected, abused, or otherwise used inappropriately, we reserve the right to void warranty. In the case that your sandals are not covered by the warranty, we can still repair them for a nominal charge to cover costs. Customers are responsible for return postage.
The original Unshoes design is is the first huarache style sandal with straps and knotless attachment. The Wokova sandal design was inspired by the Tarahumara running sandals, but still offers the benefits of contemporary sport sandals. This simple design allows for easy adjustments and can be slipped on and off while still offering a stable fit. It offers a 4 or 6mm lightweight and durable outsole.
The Standard footbed is is a thin (~1mm) layer of textured non-slip EVA.
The cork footbed is made with ground cork mixed with EVA. It is good for wet conditions. For some people, contact with raw rubber can cause a reaction which increases sweat. Cork footbeds can decrease sweat and odor issues. It does add about 3mm to the overall thickness of the sole and also decreases flexibility. Because it is mixed with EVA it is waterproof and does not require any special conditioning.
The ultra footbed is a thicker 4mm non-slip EVA foam. This footbed is good for those who want additional protection from harsh terrain or longer distances.
Over time all soles will compress slightly and mold to the feet.