Oruga Sandal Black Pink Green
Leather and recycled PET webbing sandals from Camper with black, pink and green highlights. Extralight Organic outsoles made from 30% bio based sugarcane.
Oruga is Spanish for ‘caterpillar’, and these sandals offer flexible, lightweight soles and an urban summer look.
Camper only use high-quality leathers that are by-products of the meat industry sourced from traceable suppliers. They have been members of the Leather Working Group since 2013.
•Outsole: Lightweight EVA, XL Extralight Organic outsoles (30% bio based sugarcane)
•Hook and loop closing system for easy fit
•Lining 79% Textile (100% recycled PET), 21% calfskin
•Leather Working Group Certified
Delivery & Returns
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We aim to dispatch postal orders to the rest of the UK using Royal Mail First Class within 24 hours Monday - Friday. Shipping is free for orders over £50.
Click and Collect
You can collect your order from the store 7 days a week during opening hours. Most orders will be available to collect same day. More
We hope you love your order, but if you do change your mind you can return your purchase to us within 30 days for a refund. Please write your order number on the parcel when you return it. More
Camper was founded in Mallorca, Spain in 1975. They are a family business with a rich shoemaking heritage that defines their unique designs. Their shoes are still designed and developed in rural Mallorca.
Camper are working to ensure their entire production process is transparent, ethical and environmentally responsible. They are committed to eliminating virgin plastics from their footwear by 2025, and to ensuring that every product includes either renewable or recycled materials by 2025. They became carbon neutral in 2020, with the aim of becoming Net Zero by 2050.
The brand are proud to use leather as one of the best natural materials for footwear, but they only use high-quality leathers that are by-products of the meat industry and sourced from traceable suppliers. They have been members of the Leather Working Group since 2013, an organisation that is improving the environmental impact of the leather industry by assessing and certifying tanneries. They are replacing leather linings with chrome-free leathers, and have introduced recycled leather to reduce waste.
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