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Jobs Tweed Ivory

Jobs Tweed Ivory

Regular price 195€
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Our Jobs mules have a modern and functional design. This comfortable, casual style model features two adjustable straps with gold buckles.


  • Flat natural jute sole height 30 mm
  • White tweed exterior
  • Nickel free metal buckles
  • Liner and insole without marks and easy cleaning
  • Cushioned insole with a pad for added comfort.
  • Patricia Rosales pearl on the sole of the right foot
  • Item made by hand and hand-sewn in our workshop in Almería.


We indicate which size to choose according to your usual size. If you have questions, write to us to help you with the measurements.

If your foot is thicker or thinner, please contact us. We adjust it to the width of the foot and thickness of the ankle at no additional cost.

Our shoes with jute soles are made 100% by hand, without a last. The first few days they will be a little tight until the seams give way and adapt to the foot.


Design in homage to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs .

Jobs' story is an inspiring testament to perseverance, innovation and leadership in the technology industry. As co-founder of Apple, Pixar and NeXT, Jobs left an indelible mark, transforming the way we interact with technology and redefining innovation globally. From his humble beginnings to his lasting legacy, Jobs experienced both failures and successes, but it was his determination and unwavering vision that propelled him to business success.

Steve Jobs was born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco, California, showing from a young age a passionate interest in electronics and computing. Despite facing difficulties on his path to technological entrepreneurship, Jobs co-founded Apple in his parents' garage along with Steve Wozniak. With a bold vision to bring technology to the masses, Apple experienced unprecedented growth in the 1980s under the visionary leadership of Jobs. However, after being fired from Apple in 1985, Jobs founded NeXT and continued his pursuit of innovation. His triumphant return to Apple in 1997 ushered in an era of unprecedented innovation and success, which included the launch of the iPod, iPhone and iPad, completely redefining the technology industry and leaving an inspiring legacy for generations of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs to come. business leaders.  

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