Handcrafted in Portugal with our new high-end materials and with an ever more eco-friendly approach, the new N’Zassa adapt to the weather and are ready for the Winter season.
Taking its name and its origin in an African wood highly prized for its robustness and its shades of colors, the N’Zassa Iroko puts on its most beautiful wooden-colored leather to take you on in long city walks, or more rustic for the most daring. As classic as unique with its touch of wax on the back, this new model is a perfect alternative to enhance your colorful outfits and remind you that even in the Winter greyness, the sun first shines inside of each and everyone of us.
Handcrafted in Portugal
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This model is crafted with a combination of noble, sustainable and eco-friendly raw materials.
- Upper in a camel, organically tanned and free-metal suede calf leather – origin Italy
- Back upper yoke in a lemon yellow, organically tanned and free-metal nubuck calf leather – origin Italy
- Strip logo branded Wibes in a lemon yellow, organically tanned and free-metal nubuck calf leather – origin Italy
- Back lower yoke and tongue in 100% cotton wax fabric made in Côte d’Ivoire – origin Côte d’Ivoire
- Inner lining in organically tanned and free-metal smooth lamb leather – origin Portugal
- Insole sewn in organically tanned and free-metal smooth lamb leather – origin Portugal
- Golden map of Africa embossed on the insole
- Outsole in 40% recycled natural rubber – origin Portugal
All our sneakers are unisex and handcrafted in the region of Porto, Portugal.
- Before the first time wearing your WIBES shoes, we advise you to waterproof them with a suitable product.
- On a daily basis, we recommend to nurture and maintain your suede leather with a suitable product.
- In case of stains, clean them with a suitable product such as specific eraser for suede leather.
WIBES is a sustainable and ethical brand. For each purchase, WIBES supports education projects for women and girls in Côte d’Ivoire by financing one day of school per pair of shoes sold.