KINA
Blue patent leather mary janes

304.17 Euros

Material

  • Patent Leather
  • Leather Sole
  • Leather Lining

Details

  • Triple Strap
  • 4 cm Heel

Fabrication

Made in Italy

Shoe Care

Read our guide

The Kina is a pair of vintage style shoe.

Its 3 thin straps, its small trotter heel of 4 cm and its 100% Italian handmade manufacture make this model the most iconic one of the CAREL brand. From St Germain des Pres in Paris to Venice Beach and from Ginza to Shoreditch via Tribeca. 

A new vegan version is coming... with a limitless confort, from early morning till late in the evening.

Size Advice Size chart

Patent leather is a resistant and easy-care material.

- Place raw wood shoetrees in your shoes.

- Keep them away from dust in a piece of furniture or a shoe box.

- Clean, moisturize and polish them once or twice a month.

- It is imperative to waterproof them several times, especially in winter.

Carel’s advice

Do not expose them to heat sources such as hair dryers or radiators; the leather may crack.

For thin feet, we advise you to take a half size less. (If you are a 37 FR / EU, a 36.5 will suit you) For a wider foot, then a 37 will suit you as well.

Then, to find your US size, add "31" or refer to the size chart. Example: if you are a 6 US take a 37 (6 +31).

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Size chart CAREL

Foot lengths in CM Sizes
FR / EU
Sizes
UK
Sizes
US
Sizes
IT
21.7 cm 34 2 3 33
22 cm 34.5 2.5 3.5 33.5
22.4 cm 35 2.5 4 34
22.7 cm 35.5 3 4.5 34.5
23 cm 36 3.5 5 35
23.4 cm 36.5 4 5.5 35.5
23.7 cm 37 4 5.5 35.5
24 cm 37.5 4.5 6 36.5
24.4 cm 38 5 6.5 37
24.7 cm 38.5 5.5 7 37.5
25 cm 39 5.5 7.5 38
25.4 cm 39.5 6 7.5 38.5
25.7 cm 40 6.5 8 39
26 cm 40.5 7 8.5 39.5
26.4 cm 41 7.5 9 40
26.7 cm 41.5 7.5 9.5 40.5
27 cm 42 8 9.5 41

Which size should I choose?

Our tip:

When wearing a sock, place your foot against a wall on a sheet of paper long enough to keep your foot from sticking out.
Be sure to keep your heel firmly against the wall and your foot flat.
Make a small mark in front of your longest toe.
And finally measure the distance between the end of your sheet to the mark.
If the length is between two sizes, round up to the biggest one.