The Janice is named in tribute to one of the sexiest (and sadly tragic) voices of the 1960s. Many years after singing emotional songs written about whiskey, heartbreak, and the lonely life of rock'n'roll, Janice's songs will reverberate and inspire many singers to come. John designed the Janice as a natural heeled, slip-on sandal for the new generation of eco-minded voices singing about the Truth.
The Janice features vegetable-tanned rugged Atlas leathers in bright saturated summer colours, and is built on a 0.9" platform leather-wrapped recycled cork with a 2.75" leather wrapped heel. Modernizing this 1920's stylized mule sandal are flathead bolts, a rubber Truth soleplate, and four buckled straps for the perfect fit. Natural Beauty Rules.