In our latest competition, we've teamed up with JAK Shoes to offer readers the chance to win a pair of Royal shoes.
This competition has now closed.
"The Royal represents our best interpretation of a luxe, minimalistic sneaker. One that you can dress up or down, combined with the best high-end materials we could source," said Isabel and José Maria, who co-founded the company in 2014.
The shoes are crafted from a full grain leather on the upper, paired with a soft calf leather lining and stitched rubber sole. Each shoe has a removable shock-proof insole and all pairs come with an extra set of slim insoles for a loose fit.
"Due to its combination of flexibility and durability over time, we mostly use full grain leather, which is the highest quality and most valued part of the hide," said JAK Shoes. "Full grain leathers carry natural markings, that add character and age beautifully over time."
Colours available include: WOB, meaning white upper with black rubber sole; hazel, which is a light brown leather with white sole; grey, consisting of grey leather with a white sole and black, meaning black upper and white sole.
They are also available in white, dark blue, NZ, which is black allover and finally dust, which is a light grey.
Each pair comes with a branded cotton travel bag and extra laces, which are natural cotton.
"We source locally and responsibly, and follow a strict ethical code, making sure our products' raw materials have less environmental impact, and that the people that work with us are fairly and ethically treated."
"[We are] inspired by artists, architects, critical thinkers, engineers and others who dedicate their work to interpret function and aesthetics as one," said the shoe's designers.
The company's aim is to create shoes that are long lasting and not only look good, but are meant to be worn. All products are made in Portugal and sold directly to consumers.
Two readers will each win a pair of Royal sneakers, in a colour and size of their choice. You can also buy online or from the stores in Porto and Lisbon.
Competition closes 23 March. Two winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Other terms and conditions apply.