VEAZ Maroon African Loafers

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Loafers are some of the most popular shoe designs around. Over the years, especially after the turn of the millennium, they have evolved to suit a whole range of styles. For the Kenyan man, loafers are used for both official and smart casual wear. They go especially well with jeans, khakis, and smart casuals... The fact that wearing a pair involves slipping your feet in and getting about your business makes them even more popular. Here at VaaKenya, we offer an African twist for this international design since we understand just how crucial shoes are for the stylish man, and as such we proudly stock an eclectic collection for your consumption. 

At VaaKenya our main priority is producing comfortable shoes for the African feet and for the African climate. While shoe design is a big part of this, so is the material we use to make them. Jute fabric is a type of textile fiber made from the jute plant. While cotton is the most produced plant-based fiber, jute is a close second, popular in the Indian subcontinent as well as her neighboring countries. Shoes made from this material are durable.

While jute absorbs water readily, it also dries quickly, and it is highly resistant to abrasion and stains. Jute is highly breathable, but it doesn’t naturally retain much heat, making the shoes perfect for the hot and humid African climate. Jute shoes offer you the chance to be both stylish and comfortable especially during the warm season and here at VaaKenya, we offer a variety of jute shoes for the discerning client.

Your comfort and style are our number one priority. Be it for work, official or social occasion, shoes need to be comfortable, practical, and stylish. Here at VaaKenya, we aim to make certain that our shoes are made with this in mind.

Key Features

Uppers - Jute

Lining -soft cotton

Sole - TPR

Cap Toe - Plain


Colour -Maaron

Gender - Male

Material - Jute

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