The Goodall was named after the scientist who was best known for her study of the social & family interactions of wild chimpanzees, and how those were indications early hominid behaviour. Going against the academic beliefs of the time, Goodall proved that chimpanzees naturally use tools, aren't vegetarians, and have a tendency towards aggression, providing further evidence of the social similarities between humans and chimpanzees, albeit in a much darker manner.
The Goodalls feature vegetable-tanned leathers with a soft pebbled texture, and are built on a 0.75" platform of exposed recycled cork with a 4" solid wood heel. John designed the Goodall as a natural heeled sandal with an ankle strap for those eco-minded, fashion-forward individuals who like to prove the establishment wrong, and tend to go with their strong intuition. Natural Beauty Rules.