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Leather Covered-Toe Fisherman Style Handmade Biblical Sandals - Zebulun
This classic fisherman's sandal takes on a new twist as a leather biblical style sandal with covered toe.
The Zevulun fisherman's sandal by Camel Sandals offers the wearer an extra measure of protection with its covered instep and toe.
The Zevulun model features eight narrow straps of leather, set into the sole in sets of two to create the effect of four wider bands. The four wide sections are woven though a wide, rounded central strap that runs from the front of the toes to the front of the ankle. The center strap is outlined with two rows of topstitching and allows the bottom straps to show through fan-shaped cutouts. The fisherman's sandal features a sturdy top-stitched adjustable ankle strap.
Note: As this is a new style, please allow up to 10 days for your hand sewn sandal to be finished.
The Zevulun leather fisherman's sandal by Camel Sandals is an updated take on leather footwear that have been discovered at archeological sites in Israel dating back more than two millennia. One can easily imagine the fishermen on the Sea of Galilee or along the coast of ancient Israel wearing similar footwear.
Camel Sandals' leather biblical styles are comfortable enough to wear almost anywhere, and are well made to last the wearer for years. All of Camel's styles, whether slip-on or fastened around the ankle, feature uppers made of thick, sturdy leather and molded arch supports for comfort and quality.
The biblical sandals are handmade in the Holy Land by skilled leatherworkers, who stitch and glue the leather uppers to natural rubber soles by hand. Any of the styles of Camel's biblical leather sandals can be ordered and made in sizes for men, women, and children.
Testimonials: 'I received my sandalim yesterday thank you. They are great. My feet are in Israel as I walk through America. Now my mind and feet are synchronized again!' - H. Seligmann, USA