Why do ordinary shoes have a different shape than your feet? Stop wearing shoes that don’t fit!
Set your feet free with sandals designed by physiotherapists.
Your toes will finally get enough room to move. Lightweight cork absorbs every shock and impact. And don’t worry about wear — our vegan leather lasts for millions of steps.
Step into summer the healthy way. Put on a pair of Ahinsa shoes.
- Designed by physiotherapists for ultimate comfort and a healthy stride
- Handmade in the Czech Republic and Croatia
- 100% vegan
- Made from quality European materials
Created by experts on healthy walking
Have you ever noticed the shape of your ordinary shoes? Completely different from your feet. Let’s change that, together. Our sandals were designed by physiotherapists so your feet truly get what they need.
Free your toes. Regain your natural balance. Your entire body position will improve.
Wear sandals that are healthy and comfortable.
- Enough space for the natural movement of your toes
- Supports healthy walking
Cruelty free: Better than leather
CF+ vegan leather is the best shoe material we’ve discovered so far.
You couldn’t scratch it if you tried. It wicks moisture away from your feet. And if it gets dirty — just wipe it with a damp cloth.
Even better, you’ll know that no animal was harmed to make your shoes.
Be comfortable and ethical.
Lightweight cork cushions your steps
You’ll feel like you’re walking on clouds with our natural cork footbed. It’s ultra-lightweight and naturally cushions every impact. We’ve also added a durable, non-slip outsole below the cork to secure your every step.
Wear eco-friendly material produced right in Europe.
- Natural European cork
- Cushions heel impact
- Non-slip outsole
As healthy as walking barefoot, study confirms
Your stride is healthy and natural in Ahinsa shoes, studies carried out at Masaryk University confirm.
According to the research, Ahinsa shoes allow your foot to engage just like when you walk barefoot. By contrast, ordinary shoes restrict your feet and block their natural sensory contact with the ground.
Do something for your health, today.