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Our first vegan sandal! how excited

  • After having done MANY unsuccessful tests of materials, we finally found a synthetic material that we liked and we decided - for now - to try it with our best-selling sandal (Azteca, Purépecha, Maya and now...Toltec!
  • When we tried them on our friends, they didn't realize it was vegan leather, so we're calm to see that we've achieved the quality we wanted. Because under no circumstances did we want a MEXAS to look"plastic".
  • The taupe color is super pretty. They are very comfortable and the truth is that we believe that it will be a success. But you are the ones in charge!
  • Choose your usual size and tell us:)

We recommend that you choose your usual size. If they fit tight the first few days it is always better since, being made of leather, they will eventually adapt to your fit.

You can also consult our Sizing Guide where you will find the measurements of each model to compare it with your foot.


Chemical-free vegetable-tanned cowhide. Over time the leather of the MEXAS changes color, a sign that it is 100% natural. That is why they get darker just like we do when the sun hits on us :)


You can clean them with a damp cloth, being careful not to get too wet as they darken.


Designed in Spain, 100% handmade in Mexico. All the raw materials used come from Mexico.

Our warehouse is in Madrid and is open from Monday to Friday. All orders placed before 3:00 p.m. are shipped on the same day.

Please check our shipping policy to see prices and timing

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Four curiosities about MEXAS

100% handmade

Our huaraches are 100% handmade in Mexico following a traditional process with more than 500 years of history.

Chemical-free natural leather

The leather we use is vegetable-tanned and chemical-free. Over time the MEXAS leather gets darker, a sign that it is 100% natural.

They adapt to your fit

As they are 100% leather they will adapt to your feet shape.

Social impact

Part of the profit from each sale is donated to a NGO called "Mujeres Aliadas" who help indigenous women in the area we produce.