Tana sandals


Made in Kenya, these Tana sandals, locally known as TucTucs, were bought at a small street vendor in the Obunga district, north east of Kisumu.
Produced in a simple one piece mold, these sandlas are one step up from the flip-flop and a popular everyday footwear among TucTuc-drivers and Jua-kali artisans.

Durable, lightweight and waterproof, the Tana sandal’s firm, but not too firm fit acros the arch of the foot, makes for a briliantly versitile shoe.



Tana sandals


Made in Kenya, these Tana sandals, locally known as TucTucs, were bought at a small street vendor in the Obunga district, north east of Kisumu.
Produced in a simple one piece mold, these sandlas are one step up from the flip-flop and a popular everyday footwear among TucTuc-drivers and Jua-kali artisans.

Durable, lightweight and waterproof, the Tana sandal’s firm, but not too firm fit acros the arch of the foot, makes for a briliantly versitile shoe.