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Keen Uneek

Something totally different for your feet from Keen, the Uneek is a sandal that's more than a sandal. A surprisingly grippy sole combined with two intricately woven cords give the Uneek both a different feel and a radically different look that works for a range of activities.

 

What the manufacturers say:

Created from two cords and sole, UNEEK offers an entirely new approach to footwear construction. Every aspect of the design complements the natural shape of your foot... and your friend's foot... and their friend's foot. Why? Because this simple elegance promises a one-of-a-kind fit. UNEEK is, well, unique.

Price: £90

Keen Uneek

Something totally different for your feet from Keen, the Uneek is a sandal that's more than a sandal. A surprisingly grippy sole combined with two intricately woven cords give the Uneek both a different feel and a radically different look that works for a range of activities.

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What the manufacrurers say:

Created from two cords and sole, UNEEK offers an entirely new approach to footwear construction. Every aspect of the design complements the natural shape of your foot... and your friend's foot... and their friend's foot. Why? Because this simple elegance promises a one-of-a-kind fit. UNEEK is, well, unique.

Price: £90

 

 

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