GINNY WOVEN MIDHEEL
To elevate your everyday. Handwoven with our signature black calf, the GINNY has a round toe, walkable mid-heel and padded footbed for all-day comfort. Timeless-yet-timely it works for special occasions as effortlessly as it adds polish to jeans and a tee.
- 100% Italian leather in black closed woven calf
- Padded leather footbed
- 100% Italian calf leather collar lining
- 2.5" wooden heel with a rubber heel cap for enhanced durability
- Slip-on mule heel
- Available in half and whole sizes 5-11
The GINNY is fitting true to size. Our shoes are made from the highest quality leather to last season after season. Leather is a natural material and will give with wear. These shoes may feel snug at first but will loosen as they break-in.
The GINNY is handmade at our family-owned factory in the traditional footwear town of Elda, Spain. Our leather is sourced from the finest tanneries across Italy. Each upper is cut, sewn and lasted by Spanish artisans who are experts in their craft.
Our woven calf shoes are handwoven by a community of women in Spain. Please note that given the hand woven nature of this product woven strands may pop up over time. Do not worry, this is not a defect and will not affect the integrity of the shoe. If you wish to remove unravelled strands, please use sharp scissors and simply snip in place. If excess dirt gets on your shoes, take a slightly damp soft cloth, paper towel, or clean makeup sponge and wipe gently. If the stain is tougher, try leather cleaner. Keep in mind, never use leather cleaner with acid or detergent as it will age the leather and shorten the lifespan of your shoes. Please test the cleaner on a small portion of your shoe to make sure there will be no discoloration. In general, it is also highly recommended to take your shoes to a cobbler to be professionally cleaned.
FRĒDA SALVADOR shoes are all handwoven in Spain using the finest leathers. Because of this, each pair will have unique variations, we love this about our shoes and hope you do too. Depending on how often you wear your FRĒDAS, what kind of terrain you are walking on, and how hard you are on your shoes will factor into the longevity of your shoes.