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MEXAS size guide

We recommend that you choose your usual size. With the help of the following table, you can determine as a guide the number that corresponds to you:

Most models use the orange last.

Models that use the bio (wide) last: Taco al pastor, Durazno, Puebla and Jalisco.

Models that use the Isabel last (square toe): Chapala Menta, Chapala Fucsia, Chapala Camel.

Frequently asked questions about sizes

We always recommend choosing your usual size. If you are in doubt between two sizes, consult our table with measurements by model.

The general recommendation is that you should notice that they are a little tight but without bothering you.

By wearing them for an hour you will notice them much more comfortable and as the days go by you will no longer be able to take them off, because they will adapt to your foot and footprint.

If after several days you see that they have not given way and that you feel uncomfortable, let us know and we will change them without any problem

All leather shoes end up giving in so you should try them at different times of the day, normally at night is when our feet are most swollen. Keep in mind that in summer almost all of our feet swell a little.

We cannot tell you exactly how much they will give because it depends on your foot and the type of model you have purchased. In this case it is better that you write to us via chat and we will advise you.

In the following map you can see all the stores where you can find MEXAS.

Any huarache feels good for wide feet because they all end up giving and adapting to the width of your foot.

However, there are some models that feel better from the first day you put them on thanks to their type of braiding, you can see them at the following link:


If you have narrow feet, we recommend the models that have cross braiding because they collect the foot better. As well as all those who have heel grip.


We usually recommend the following models since their braiding does not bother bunions.