Pohutukawa Jandals / Flip-Flops

$38.00

Pohutukawa Jandals.

NZ Native red flowers printed on jandals. Soft fabric lined sole. Designed in NZ. Colorful jandals.

Description

Pohutukawa Jandals.

Hand drawn watercoloured illustration of NZ native Christmas Tree, the Pohutukawa, printed on jandals.

Get ready for a summer full of adventure and relaxation with your personalized pair of vibrant slippers! These colorful slippers, designed exclusively for you, feature a rubber sole lined with soft fabric to ensure your comfort no matter where your day leads.

  • Rubber sole
  • Customizable 100% polyester fabric lining
  • Black Y-shaped rubber straps
  • Toe post style

This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!

Pohutukawa Jandals. footwear, penny royal design

Original artwork for Pohutukawa Jandals by Penny Royal Design

Pohutukawa Jandals.

The pōhutukawa, known as New Zealand’s Christmas tree, boasts blazing red flowers during the festive season. Transitioning to Maori mythology, these trees hold a significant place, with legends recounting the story of Tawhaki, a young warrior seeking heavenly aid to avenge his father’s death. One particularly famous pōhutukawa in Maori lore stands resilient on a cliff near Cape Reinga, believed to be 800 years old and guarding the entrance to a sacred cave where spirits journey to the afterlife.

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Size Chart

Size guide
S M L
US women 6-7.5 8-10 10.5-11
US men 6-7 7.5-9.5 10-11.5
EU 37-38.5 39-41 42-45
UK 4-6 6.5-8 8.5-10.5
S M L
US women 6-7.5 8-10 10.5-11
US men 6-7 7.5-9.5 10-11.5
EU 37-38.5 39-41 42-45
UK 4-6 6.5-8 8.5-10.5

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