1.When it's raining
Wearing cork footwear may be the right choice to wear on rainy days. Its chemical structure composed of 45% of suberin allows it to be practically impermeable to liquids and gases.
2.When it's hot
Cork is a very light raw material, weighing only 0.16 grams per cubic centimeter, and floats. In addition, it is composed of 50% air making it possible for the feet to breathe easily and consequently not overheat.
3.When you need rugged footwear
The cork withstands enormous pressures without breaking, limiting itself to stretching and returning to the original format when the pressure ceases to exist. Its cellular composition means that cork has a great resistance to friction, being distinguished by its capacity to absorb shocks, relieving pressure on the feet.
Cork footwear is becoming more popular, however since its production is practically exclusive in Portugal still very few people have a pair of shoes in cork. Coming to the market are extremely captivating products and designs and allied with the color and texture of cork will make your look stand out from the rest.
5.When you want to make the world a better place
Cork is a natural raw material, 100% biodegradable, recyclable and renewable. Its impact on the environment
environment and animal species is very low. In addition, a considerable part of cork fashion is designed and produced in Portugal by artisans or factories where employees are respected and sustainable practices are put into practice.