Laser-cut rubber flip flops

A scalloped sole for a fresh approach to the traditional flip-flops.


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The Brenda flip-flop is crafted from natural rubber infused with a gentle floral fragrance. Coloured using organic vegan dye for a naturally-derived shade, the sandal features elaborate laser-cut patterning and a scalloped sole for a fresh approach to the traditional flip-flop.

A true testament to traditional, high-end craftsmanship, all Carlotha Ray shoes are made in Italy in the Marche region, renowned for its exceptional craftsmanship.
Each creation is handcrafted by passionate master artisans who perpetuate their heritage from generation to generation.

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The Brenda sandal takes its inspiration from porcelain ogives, a characteristic shape in porcelain art.
Advice from designer Mariela Schwarz Montiel: "Our Brenda flip-flops are a great option for events. With their lace-like laser cut-outs, they can easily be worn with an embroidered dress !" 
Our Rubber Slippers are crafted from high-quality natural rubber sheets. These sheets undergo a precise laser cutting process to achieve the perfect shoe shape. But that's not all - we take it a step further. The slipper is meticulously laser-perforated with water, using an advanced "water laser" technology. This ensures flawless and stunning perforations, without any imperfections in colors or materials.
Carlotha Ray creations are entirely eco-designed to minimize their environmental impact and preserve people’s health. The raw materials used are of natural origin and sourced locally. This unconditional commitment gives a new dimension to the term "sustainability". 
  • - The rubber used for the sole is 100% plant-based and, for even greater durability, the latex is reinforced with organic materials derived from recycled waste materials such as eggshells.
  • - Rubber scraps are collected and recycled for future models.
  • - Sandal dyes are obtained naturally from medicinal herbs, flowers and plants - olive, artichoke, pepper, pomegranate etc. - or other organic materials such as activated charcoal, eggshell and rice. These materials used for the dyes come from woodland foraging or are recovered from agricultural production waste. The entire supply chain is certified "green".