CHARRO MARTHA ANKLE BOOTS BLACK

CANO

Martha ankle boots are ideal for bringing an assertive look to your outfits. They will quickly adapt to the shape of your foot. This model is handcrafted by Mexican artisans, in certified natural leather.

Vegetable tanned leather, tanned without chrome to ensure minimal pollution. To know more
Slightly smaller size. If between 2 sizes, choose the upper size.
This product is shipped by our partner brand.

The price of the delivery is unique, whatever the number of partners concerned: 6 € in France, Belgium and Luxembourg; 10 € for the rest of Europe.

Enjoy free delivery from 120 € of purchase in France, Belgium and Luxembourg. Returns are free within 14 days. To know more
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ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Founded in 2014, Cano is a German shoe brand that originates from Mexico. Philip and Lukas, the founders, fell in love with this Central American country during an academic exchange. On their return to Europe, they wanted to make known the unique know-how of the huaraches, which particularly caught their attention. This is a pair of handmade leather sandals using a traditional Mexican weaving method. All pairs are made with high quality vegetable-tanned or factory-sourced leather, and feature an FTC tag to trace the entire supply chain.

Composition

Vegetable tanned leather

Leather tanning is the process of transforming animal hides into leather by a treatment that will change its flexibility and strength. This process often requires the use of large quantities of chemicals that are very polluting and dangerous to health. Vegetable tanning, unlike chrome tanning, is more environmentally friendly. It is made from plants such as wood, bark, roots or leaves of different plant species.
Production

MANUFACTURERS

Workshop of Sebastian Ocegueda
Sahuayo, Mexico

Located in the state of Michoacán in Mexico, Sebastian's factory is a family business that has been in existence for more than two decades. Specializing in the artisanal manufacture of Mexican huaraches, the factory is recognized for the quality of the products it makes. Sebastian manages the workshop himself and is committed to promoting the values ​​of transparency, honesty, respect, solidarity, and social and environmental commitment.

Workshop of Hector Rodriguez
Leon, Mexico

Located in the State of Guanajuato in Mexico, the Hector factory is a traditional family business founded in 2003. Specialized in the artisanal manufacture of boots and ankle boots, the factory respects all of its employees to whom it offers good working conditions and fair remuneration.

TANNERIES

Beruma tannery
Guadalajara, Mexico

Located in the state of Guadalajara in Mexico, Beruma Tannery is a family business that has been in existence for over four generations. Specializing in vegetable tanning of leather, the company is recognized for the quality of the products it manufactures. The current manager and owner himself worked for years in the tannery, where he was able to learn the different stages of vegetable tanning of huarache leather sandals.

Tannerie Le Farc
Leon, Mexico

Located in the state of Guanajuato in Mexico, Le Farc tannery is internationally recognized for its technical expertise, ecological awareness, and the innovation they demonstrate at every step of the tanning process. Aware of the environmental issues linked to leather, this tannery is constantly looking for more ecological alternatives and only works with vegetable tanning. Their products are certified "Reach California's 65" which guarantees the absence of prohibited regulated substances. In addition, the company attaches particular importance to the well-being of its employees, and it supports non-profit associations that help orphanages, schools and retirement homes.

Commitments
  • ico-eco-responsible
    The leather in Cano products comes from the food industry, which allows the brand to considerably limit its environmental footprint. The Cano brand uses the vegetable tanning technique, which limits the presence of toxic elements linked to the treatment of leather. All the products are tanned by companies which use only vegetable tanning guaranteed without chromium, and which are certified Clean Company. In addition, in Cano's partner factories, the water used for leather processing is heated by solar panels installed by the factories themselves.
  • Local production
    From the sourcing of raw materials to the manufacture of finished products, all stages of production are carried out in Mexico in family businesses: one is that of Sebastian, two generations specializing in the manufacture of Mexican huaraches with a limited traditional know-how. ecological impact; the other is that of Armando, a father joined by his son Hector, an engineer passionate about craftsmanship who decided to devote his life to it. This choice was made in order to maintain the local economy and to perpetuate the ancestral know-how linked to the production of huaraches.
  • Artisanal production
    All Cano pairs are handcrafted using a traditional Mexican weaving method.

Vegetable tanned leather

Leather tanning is the process of transforming animal hides into leather by a treatment that will change its flexibility and strength. This process often requires the use of large quantities of chemicals that are very polluting and dangerous to health. Vegetable tanning, unlike chrome tanning, is more environmentally friendly. It is made from plants such as wood, bark, roots or leaves of different plant species.

MANUFACTURERS

Workshop of Sebastian Ocegueda
Sahuayo, Mexico

Located in the state of Michoacán in Mexico, Sebastian's factory is a family business that has been in existence for more than two decades. Specializing in the artisanal manufacture of Mexican huaraches, the factory is recognized for the quality of the products it makes. Sebastian manages the workshop himself and is committed to promoting the values ​​of transparency, honesty, respect, solidarity, and social and environmental commitment.

Workshop of Hector Rodriguez
Leon, Mexico

Located in the State of Guanajuato in Mexico, the Hector factory is a traditional family business founded in 2003. Specialized in the artisanal manufacture of boots and ankle boots, the factory respects all of its employees to whom it offers good working conditions and fair remuneration.

TANNERIES

Beruma tannery
Guadalajara, Mexico

Located in the state of Guadalajara in Mexico, Beruma Tannery is a family business that has been in existence for over four generations. Specializing in vegetable tanning of leather, the company is recognized for the quality of the products it manufactures. The current manager and owner himself worked for years in the tannery, where he was able to learn the different stages of vegetable tanning of huarache leather sandals.

Tannerie Le Farc
Leon, Mexico

Located in the state of Guanajuato in Mexico, Le Farc tannery is internationally recognized for its technical expertise, ecological awareness, and the innovation they demonstrate at every step of the tanning process. Aware of the environmental issues linked to leather, this tannery is constantly looking for more ecological alternatives and only works with vegetable tanning. Their products are certified "Reach California's 65" which guarantees the absence of prohibited regulated substances. In addition, the company attaches particular importance to the well-being of its employees, and it supports non-profit associations that help orphanages, schools and retirement homes.

  • ico-eco-responsible
    The leather in Cano products comes from the food industry, which allows the brand to considerably limit its environmental footprint. The Cano brand uses the vegetable tanning technique, which limits the presence of toxic elements linked to the treatment of leather. All the products are tanned by companies which use only vegetable tanning guaranteed without chromium, and which are certified Clean Company. In addition, in Cano's partner factories, the water used for leather processing is heated by solar panels installed by the factories themselves.
  • Local production
    From the sourcing of raw materials to the manufacture of finished products, all stages of production are carried out in Mexico in family businesses: one is that of Sebastian, two generations specializing in the manufacture of Mexican huaraches with a limited traditional know-how. ecological impact; the other is that of Armando, a father joined by his son Hector, an engineer passionate about craftsmanship who decided to devote his life to it. This choice was made in order to maintain the local economy and to perpetuate the ancestral know-how linked to the production of huaraches.
  • Artisanal production
    All Cano pairs are handcrafted using a traditional Mexican weaving method.