When Manhattanite Nick Brown couldn't find espadrilles like the canvas classics he wore during childhood summers in England, he jumped at the chance to fill the void stateside. Based on traditional espadrilles that have been sold in the markets and on beaches in the Mediterranean for centuries, Soludos—the name is a mash-up of the Spanish words sol (sun) and salud (cheers)—stay true to the originals, with a few modern twists for added comfort. From the eco-friendly jute used for the soles—not too hard, not too soft—to the pure cotton fabric in fresh stripes and chambray, Soludos are built to let your feet breathe even on the hottest summer days. Not sure what your European shoe size is? Our size chart will help you out.