Afridrilles
Posted: Tuesday, February 11, 2020 1:47:44 PM
What is the difference between Affridrilles Pro and Affridrilles Hearts?
Associates email that I just received listed
Affridillies Pro as out of stock and Affridrillies Heart still in stock.
Thanks, Kati
Posted: Tuesday, February 11, 2020 2:41:55 PM
I believe it means that the standard patterns & colors are available, but designed (ours) are not. But..... I believe that information is outdated and that both types are actually back in stock anyway...
Posted: Tuesday, February 11, 2020 3:21:17 PM
Hi everyone. I will try and provide some more details regarding this to the best of my (very recent and limited) knowledge on these. They are very uncommon items in the terms of requirements and/or rules they need to abide by.

The Afridrilles Hearts are the versions of the shoes that were created by our brand partners using their patterns and choice of colors that the customers can select for their (limited) customization.

The Afridrilles Pro are the versions of the shoes with designs created by our community of designers. Please note that, as stated above, due to the uncommon nature of the item, the submitted designs have to abide to very specific rules before the designers are able to have them for sale on their stores.

A wealth of information regarding this topic can be found on the following help center article and forum threads:

https://help.zazzle.com/hc/en-us/articles/360023290434-Designing-on-Afridrilles

https://forum.zazzle.com/news/new_product_custom_afridrilles

https://forum.zazzle.com/create/custom_afridrilles_questions_design_tips

https://forum.zazzle.com/feedback/updated_afridrille_espadrille_help_center_article

Having said that, as far as I can tell the 'Pro' moniker has been dropped from the products which, I suspect, is the reason for it to be listed as out of stock on the email you received as they are just listed as afridrilles/espadrilles on the website.

I did notice that the link used to submit your design for approval still has the 'Pro' word as part of it (see the above help center article mentioned for an example of this).

I hope this helps clarify any questions that you might have. In the meantime I will investigate this a bit further to try and obtain certainty on my described suspicion.





Posted: Tuesday, February 11, 2020 5:31:19 PM
Thanks Tiago. Really appreciate you checking into this and providing the links. I will bookmark links to help me stay updated.
Kati
Posted: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 7:59:31 AM
You're most welcome, glad to be of assistance.
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