Birkenstock's revolutionary approach to footwear can be traced back to 1774 Germany, where Johann Adam Birkenstock worked as a cobbler, and lives on today in the form of these white Arizona slides. They're made from smooth leather accented with tonal buckles and are set on a foot-cradling insole and an anti-slip, rubber-inserted sole. Complement the modern design by wearing them with minimalist ensembles.
Birkenstock can trace its roots back to 1774. Today, with its infamously-comfortable signature cork footbed and legions of fans worldwide, the still-modestly-priced brand is shorthand for sandals, with over 40 styles, and collaborates with the likes of Rick Owens to its name.
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