Cream Otoño Mule {Women's Leather Shoes}

$83.00
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OTOÑO

This easy slip-on, slip-off mule is a shoe you can’t live without. It is the perfect shoe for spring while you're anticipating sandal season again. 

**We recommend sizing up once in this style** please refer to the sizing tab below for more information. 

Please note:

Shoes are your hardest working accessory and scuffing and wear are inevitable. Don’t forget to add our favorite leather care products to your cart to restore your leather and keep it looking great. You can find them here.

SIZING

The pointed toe in this style can make the foot sit farther back. We suggest sizing UP once for a more comfortable fit.

Please refer to our sizing guide here. 

PRODUCT DETAILS

-Our shoes are handmade in Nicaragua by our head cobbler Marvin and his skilled team. 

-All of our shoes are made using high quality, 100% genuine leather that is custom made for Adelisa & Co. You can read more about our leather and how to care for them here.

-Each shoe has a durable, sewn in leather insole that can be wiped clean. 

-Soles are made using a firm but flexible rubber with good tread 

ARTISAN MADE

We are fortunate to work with some of the most talented shoemakers in Nicaragua to produce these high-quality leather sandals. Each Adelisa & Co. leather shoe is individually cut, stitched and crafted by hand from start to finish in the home of our head cobbler and his skilled team. We personally choose the materials, work with our team to create designs and are continually striving to improve our quality.

The result is a shoe that so many individuals have put thought, care, and love into creating. We are so proud to partner with our artisans to bring you these Adelisa & Co. leather sandals and we hope you love them as much as we do!

OUR MISSION

We are committed to paying our artisans fair wages and giving back to the beautiful country where our products are made. By supporting our shop, you are not only creating jobs, but you are also helping families in need in Nicaragua. Check out our blog to read more about donations we have made.