8.8291° S, 115.0849° E
About the Design
This design is named after Uluwatu, a surf town located on the southwestern tip of the Bukit Peninsula of Bali. Uluwatu found popularity after the making of a classic surf film called Morning of the Earth. The town is known for relaxation, nature, and iconic cliffs. Ulu literally translates to "land's end" and watu literally means "rock." The aesthetic of our mule evokes the laid back lifestyle experienced in slower paced beach towns such as this. We imagined a slipper that could take you from beach to bar, worn comfortably on a scooter riding from dawn patrol to the local cafe.
We're all equal before a wave.
Solanas are handcrafted, combining traditional techniques and modern sustainable methods. Using recycled fabrics, plant-based dyes, natural jute, and recycled ocean plastics, Solanas inspire greater love for the world and care for the planet.
Emerald of the Equator Collection
When designing the Solana Indonesia Collection, we aimed to capture the feeling of our experience traveling around the islands of Java and Bali. We selected aspects of the culture that struck us most and tried to reflect on this spirit and uniqueness in our designs. Our goal with each shoe was to evoke the breadth of feeling we had on our journey. With each design, we aimed to give the feeling of serenity and peace, calmness and vitality.