The Latest Handmade Greek Sandals from Laiik

NEW YORK – Laiik announced that its most popular sandal, Ani, is back in a 3-shade color scheme- the summer color of Greek stone grey blends into a subtle light Italian grey and finishes off in a bright white. As always, Laiik sandals are handmade in very small batches (fewer than 50 pairs), so be sure to get your size before it's gone!  

Ani sandals are also available in black, metallic gold, berry, natural, and midnight blue. Free shipping/returns are available in the U.S.

Laiik is an accessible luxury sandal brand redefining the classic Hellenic sandal for a new generation of conscientious women. Responsibly handmade in Athens by 3rd generation craftswo/men, the sandals offer the timeless, yet modern look with added comfort.

The Greek-American siblings behind Laiik, Nicholas, Marika, and Helene Theros, based in Washington, DC, grew up visiting their grandmother and aunts in Athens. Their father, Ambassador Patrick N. Theros, is a contributor to The National Herald.

“Raised in a foreign service family always on the move, from DC to Damascus, Greece was our constant, and we began every trip with the same ritual: buying leather sandals in Plaka,” Helene Theros told TNH in a previous interview.

More information on Laiik sandals is available by phone: 1-800-695-2143, email: hello@laiik.com and online: laiik.com.

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