Moctezuma reigned over the Aztec empire between 1502 and 1520. In 1519 Hernán Cortés arrived in Tenochtitlán (present-day Mexico City) and... the rest is history!
- We wanted to design a sandal with a Menorcan style rear grip and that is how the MOCTEZUMA models in black and MALINCHE in camel were born.
- This braiding is one of the most difficult and time-consuming to achieve, very few weavers know how to do it. That's why we have little stock!
- 100% handmade like all our MEXAS.
- Chemical free natural leather.
- Very light thanks to the"Microtech"sole with great durability and comfort.
- Exterior, sole and insole all in black.
- Choose your usual size.
We recommend that you choose your usual size. If they are tight for the first few days, it is always better since, being made of skin, over time they end up giving way.
You can also consult our Size Guide where you will find the measurements of each model to be able to compare it with your foot.
Chemical free vegetable tanned cowhide.
Over time the skin of the MEXAS changes color, a sign that it is 100% natural. She gets old and "browns" just like us when the sun hits us :)
You can clean them with a damp cloth, being careful not to get too wet as they darken.
Designed in Spain, made 100% by hand in Mexico. All the raw material we use comes 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.
Peninsula: 48/72 hours.
Balearic Islands: 4-5 days
Canary Islands and European Union: 5-7 days
*Delivery times may suffer delays in periods of high demand (Mother's Day, Flash Sale, Restock, etc.)
Four curiosities about MEXAS
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 skin of the MEXAS changes color, a sign that it is 100% natural.
They adapt to your foot
As they are made of leather, they give way and adapt to your foot and its shape. They are very soft and flexible.
We donate part of the profit from each sale to an NGO called "Mujeres Aliadas" that is in Michoacán, the area where we produce.