FootwearClover Sandals in WhiteSwahili Coast
FootwearClover Sandals in WhiteSwahili Coast
FootwearClover Sandals in WhiteSwahili Coast
FootwearClover Sandals in WhiteSwahili Coast


Clover Sandals in White

Regular price $99.00

The Clover Sandals in White are tailor-made for a casual coastal stroll! We love our toe-loops styles because they are exceptionally comfortable! If you aren't a fan of wearing a traditional flip-flop, give these a go! The Clover Sandals feature a sweet chain of white discs along the top bridge of your foot.

Each pair of Swahili Coast sandals is ethically handmade by the fairly-paid, empowered artisans of the Swahili Coast Co-operative. They are crafted from natural, free-range Tanzanian leather that is sourced locally to our cooperative. Our talented partner artisans stitch high-quality beads onto the sandals using a monofilament line that is similar to fishing line.


    • Completely handmade, hand-beaded, and hand-pieced
    • All-Natural Tanzanian leather
    • Suede-lined upper for added comfort
    • Microfoam cushion mid-sole that molds to the shape of your foot
    • If you are between sizes, we recommend sizing up!

Shipping Information

Delivery time: 5-7 Days
We accept returns for undamaged, unused products up to 20 days from order receipt.

Raw Material Cost

15 %

Artisan Wages

15 %

Producer Group Margin

40 %

Mission Margin

*goes towards platform operations, order fulfillment, and building equity for the producer ecosystem.
30 %
Swahili Coast is a direct trade brand working in partnership with artisans in East Africa to handcraft thoughtfully designed, modern products that build off of traditional East African womenscraft. We develop and support cooperative projects in Tanzania and Kenya. The worker-owned cooperative operates on a model of radical transparency, where all members of the co-op are part-owners of the business

This product is handmade/handwoven. Subtle variations in color, texture, or print are a part of its appeal. Give it some extra care.

  • If shoes get wet, make sure they are dried thoroughly. Prolonged exposure to water can damage leather. May be treated with leather conditioner as needed.