Kina Sandals: The Sneaker Sandals

By kinamania | Comments: 0 | August 23, 2017

A KinaManiac calls them the “Sneadals”. She bought a pair and she just can’t take them off! Most of us, women especially, have countless pairs of shoes in our closet, yet very few we actually wear. Why is this? Because as awesome as they might look, they are just not comfortable. Comfort comes down to

Meet us at “Mza’art sous la tente” exhibition at les Jardins du Mzaar from August 11 – 15

By kinamania | Comments: 0 | August 9, 2017

We’re excited to meet you at the “Mza’art sous la tente” exhibition next week (August 11-15 from 12pm to 9pm) in Mzaar Kfardebian to show you our latest lines of sandals and to introduce you to our new product line of tunics and shirts. We’ve participated in many exhibitions all over Europe where we have grown

A tribute to artisans & underprivileged communities

By kinamania | Comments: 0 | March 10, 2017

The people that we work with are the most significant part of our work and of the products that you purchase from Kinamania. Artists, artisans and/or NGOs are behind each and every one of our collections. We strive to preserve and develop traditional handicrafts to restore a fading industry and are committed to bringing their

How to wear kina sandals?

By kinamania | Comments: 0 | February 27, 2017

Incorporating stylish and comfortable flats into your regular wardrobe has become a necessity. While flats have come a long way, it’s not just the issue of finding nicely designed comfortable shoes that can be challenging but wearing an outfit that looks like the flats you have chosen to wear look purposeful and not just comfortable.

The Story

By kinamania | Comments: 0 | February 27, 2017

A failed romance with a Spaniard left Kristina Zouein, the founder of Kinamania, with nothing but sandals on her feet. And this is how she discovered the albarcas in all their pleasant comfort. Albarcas are traditional Spanish sandals made from leather with rubber soles. They were originally worn by farmers back in the 1920s and