Tiny Shoe Maker

Most women love fabulous footwear but this could be a fashionistas nightmare – hundreds of pairs of shoes so small they can’t be worn. Manuel Bordera, who is now retired, has dedicated his life to making shoes but decided to scale down his craft and create hundreds of tiny pairs as a hobby. The 71-year-old, from Alicante, Spain, painstakingly handmakes each pair, ensuring each is unique and the pensioner doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.

Most women love fabulous footwear but this could be a fashionistas nightmare - hundreds of pairs of shoes so small they can't be worn. Manuel Bordera, who is now retired, has dedicated his life to making shoes but decided to scale down his craft and create hundreds of tiny pairs as a hobby. The 71-year-old, from Alicante, Spain, painstakingly handmakes each pair, ensuring each is unique and the pensioner doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon.

Most women love fabulous footwear but this could be a fashionistas nightmare - hundreds of pairs of shoes so small they can't be worn. Manuel Bordera, who is now retired, has dedicated his life to making shoes but decided to scale down his craft and create hundreds of tiny pairs as a hobby. The 71-year-old, from Alicante, Spain, painstakingly handmakes each pair, ensuring each is unique and the pensioner doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon.

Most women love fabulous footwear but this could be a fashionistas nightmare - hundreds of pairs of shoes so small they can't be worn. Manuel Bordera, who is now retired, has dedicated his life to making shoes but decided to scale down his craft and create hundreds of tiny pairs as a hobby. The 71-year-old, from Alicante, Spain, painstakingly handmakes each pair, ensuring each is unique and the pensioner doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon.

Most women love fabulous footwear but this could be a fashionistas nightmare - hundreds of pairs of shoes so small they can't be worn. Manuel Bordera, who is now retired, has dedicated his life to making shoes but decided to scale down his craft and create hundreds of tiny pairs as a hobby. The 71-year-old, from Alicante, Spain, painstakingly handmakes each pair, ensuring each is unique and the pensioner doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon.