JAVER is a new modern collection from the island of Ibiza. It's just enough three words to describe this footwear - it is convenient, stylish, fashionable. A wide range of bright colors, a large size range (19-46), ease of care, a flavoured rubber sole with a pleasant smell of candy - all this makes JAVER a hit of sales around the world! JAVER is suitable for all occasions - whether it's a nightclub or an ordinary walk with friends. People of all ages - children, teenagers, moms and dads, even grandparents - all wear JAVER, thanks to the comfort and variety of shades and designs.
JAVER were born in the late '80s at a small family footwear factory in Arnedo. Thanks to the comfortable material with the sole of flexible rubber, specially designed for comfort and quick walking, JAVER has found its recognition among fans of sailing in Catalonia and the Bolaire islands. In the '90s JAVER firmly entered the land in Ibiza, where they became a necessary accessory among the representatives of the bohemian way of life, street artists, artists, rock stars and models that formed the main stylish layer of the island, which later led JAVER to the status - "Ibiza's official shoes"! All this contributed to the expansion of Spanish production and led to the fact that London became the epicenter of the boom and JAVER turned into a global phenomenon caused by it-girls, it-boys, stylists of popular magazines, bloggers, models, actors who do not doubt the relevance of this shoe at all. Thus, 25 years later, JAVER stormed the whole world and became a "must have" fashionable and comfortable footwear of unisex of all ages, offering many models that went far beyond beach rest! In 2014, JAVER became the finalist of the prestigious Drapers Footwear & Accessories Awards. The JAVER brand is present and actively promoted in major capitals of the world, from London to New York, Tokyo, Dubai, Japan, Singapore, having sales points in more than 44 countries. Only in the United Kingdom, sales are about 2 million pairs per year! Now JAVER has appeared in the Baltic countries, where, we are sure, will be equally popular!