New Kukuxumusu shoes by Victoria. 10 reasons to get them
At Kukuxumusu the springtime makes us a little crazy, somewhat easy loving and exceptionally hormonal. So this year we have paired up with Victoria, a brand that has been making plimsolls for a hundred and one years. Here you have 10 reasons to get the sneakers.
1. Classic and with platform, full of Rhythm&Shoes
For this Rhythm&Shoes collection, at Kukuxumusu we have designed various models of plimsolls, some classic and some with a platform, if you want to keep up with the fashionistas.
2. Kaput or Zebris, you choose
A colourful Kaput and the smart black and white Zebris, both are easy going and fit almost everything. The collection includes several designs for our youngest fans, because we also want them to learn the hot-step even before they can crawl. The sooner they start, the better they will be.
3. Victoria rocks!
The truth is that Victorias have always turned us on. We have grown up with them, flirted with them, gone out partying with them, and have even gone to sleep with them on.
4. Made in Spain
The plimsolls are lined with organic cotton, grown and created in Spain. Victoria was founded in Spain in 1915. Since then, many people have worn the name Victoria on their shoes, especially during the seventies and eighties, when Victoria canvas shoes became an essential part of Spanish fashion.
5. Greener than lettuces
This spring vibe is not only cheering us up, but it’s also making us very ecological. Victoria plimsolls are greener than lettuces, as they are made from canvas that doesn’t contain any toxic products or harmful substances, or gross additives that leave your skin crying for help: they are so inoffensive that you can even put them on babies.
6. Moooore quality!
Sewn and hemmed by hand with thread and cotton tapes, they have a reinforced heel and the soles are vulcanised to the canvas so they will never come unstuck and leave you stranded.
7. Pure natural cotton
Our fabrics are made from 100% natural cotton, grown and produced in Spain. Natural fabrics are cooler and more breathable than synthetic fabrics, protecting the skin from fungi.
8. Much more resistant
The sole is made from natural rubber made from the latex that is extracted from trees (yes, just like the one used to make condoms): this makes them much more resistant to heat and wear, and they will last you at least a whole summer hopping from festival to festival.
All the materials used in our rubber-soled shoes can be recycled and used for a variety of purposes.
10. Let’s dance!
Pairing up with Victoria has given us a real high. We started to play, each of us doing our thing, and we ended up creating a very catchy beat, Rhythm&Shoes. Watch this video and you will see how these new shoes move!
The authors of the rhythm are the great Iñigo Moso and Manu Moso, from Leytz.