CANO

Emma Mule Beige

Regular price £90.00

Add a touch of effortless elegance to your outfit with these comfortable mules. 

Every CANO shoe is equipped with an NFC-tag, which enables to get to know the supply chain and all the people behind your product using the retraced app.

Material: vegetable-tanned leather, cushioned leather insole

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    About the brand

    CANO

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      Germany

    Inspired by the Mexican huarache and its unique craftsmanship, CANO is specialised in fine woven sandals, derbies and boots. They encompass a variety of timeless colours including cognac, mustard, coffee or black.  CANO is committed to protecting the environment — all of their shoes are vegetable-tanned, non-polluting and organically sourced.

    ETHICAL STANDARDS
    • Ethics Gives Back

      Gives Back

    • Ethics Sustainable Materials

      Sustainable Materials

    CANO

    Preservation of a Century-Old Tradition

    CANO works with artisans from a small town in central Mexico, who have fine-tuned their weaving technique from generation to generation. Recognising the historical and cultural significance of huarache, every pair of CANO shoes is a celebration of the Aztec heritage and supports the preservation of this the century-old tradition.

    #whomadeit

    All the brands we work with value transparency as much as we do, which is why we're happy to share here the place(s) where their pieces are made. #DEMANDTRANSPARENCY
    Factory

    MEXICO, León

    Tenería Panamericana began in 2006, aiming to achieve the highest standards in quality. They are committed to operating by ecological practises so the leather they use is a meat industry by-product which reduces both industries' environmental footprint. They use solar panels that generate both photovoltaic electricity and thermal power to heat up water. Also committed to the Mexican society, they are contributing to their development to make Mexico a better place to live in, by supporting NGOs that help women in vulnerable times and people suffering from memory loss, diabetes or fibromyalgia.

    MEXICO, León

    Tenería Panamericana began in 2006, aiming to achieve the highest standards in quality. They are committed to operating by ecological practises so the leather they use is a meat industry by-product which reduces both industries' environmental footprint. They use solar panels that generate both photovoltaic electricity and thermal power to heat up water. Also committed to the Mexican society, they are contributing to their development to make Mexico a better place to live in, by supporting NGOs that help women in vulnerable times and people suffering from memory loss, diabetes or fibromyalgia.

    Factory
    Factory

    MEXICO, León

    Thanks to its experience, infrastructure, innovation and ecological awareness, LEFARC is one of the most recognised tanneries in Mexico and internationally. They have gained the trust of national and international customers throughout their leather tanning trajectory. They are conscious that sustainability is becoming more relevant and so they are exploring different sustainable consumption alternatives, dreaming about tomorrow. The cow hides they use are a by-product of the meat industry and they cut the equivalent of 900 cattle daily from being sent to landfills. Any hide they manufacture passes by 70 Mexican hands, giving back to their community by helping non-profits that help athletes from diverse fields, Guanajuato orphanages, school painting organisations, and the elderly homes.

    MEXICO, León

    Thanks to its experience, infrastructure, innovation and ecological awareness, LEFARC is one of the most recognised tanneries in Mexico and internationally. They have gained the trust of national and international customers throughout their leather tanning trajectory. They are conscious that sustainability is becoming more relevant and so they are exploring different sustainable consumption alternatives, dreaming about tomorrow. The cow hides they use are a by-product of the meat industry and they cut the equivalent of 900 cattle daily from being sent to landfills. Any hide they manufacture passes by 70 Mexican hands, giving back to their community by helping non-profits that help athletes from diverse fields, Guanajuato orphanages, school painting organisations, and the elderly homes.

    Factory
    Factory

    MEXICO, Sahuayo

    Sebastian's Huarache Sandals Workshop is a family business. They have been specialised in handcrafting Mexican huaraches for over two decades, always aiming for the highest quality and customer satisfaction. Sebastian, the owner of the workshop, works in it himself, whenever he has the time. Most of the time, however, he is busy planning the production and purchase of raw materials.

    MEXICO, Sahuayo

    Sebastian's Huarache Sandals Workshop is a family business. They have been specialised in handcrafting Mexican huaraches for over two decades, always aiming for the highest quality and customer satisfaction. Sebastian, the owner of the workshop, works in it himself, whenever he has the time. Most of the time, however, he is busy planning the production and purchase of raw materials.

    Factory
    Factory

    MEXICO, Guadalajara

    Beruma Tannery is fourth generation family-owned business. They have specialised in vegetable tanning leather for years and always aim for the highest quality and satisfaction of the customers. They're the leather supplier to CANO's Mexican leather sandals. Ruben, the current business owner himself has worked in the Tannery since he was young, learning the leather huarache sandals business. They receive the salted leather and process it completely to make vegetable tanned leather for CANO's sustainable shoes.

    MEXICO, Guadalajara

    Beruma Tannery is fourth generation family-owned business. They have specialised in vegetable tanning leather for years and always aim for the highest quality and satisfaction of the customers. They're the leather supplier to CANO's Mexican leather sandals. Ruben, the current business owner himself has worked in the Tannery since he was young, learning the leather huarache sandals business. They receive the salted leather and process it completely to make vegetable tanned leather for CANO's sustainable shoes.

    Factory
    Factory

    MEXICO, León

    Hector's and Armando's Leather Boots Workshop is a traditional family business. In 2003, when he was only 18, Hector started the workshop together with his father. He wanted to earn some money on the side while learning to become an engineer, so he used some old machines which his father leased to teach himself how to make boots. He thus has the skills to fill the gap whenever they are short on workers. Hector is married and has just become dad for the first time.

    MEXICO, León

    Hector's and Armando's Leather Boots Workshop is a traditional family business. In 2003, when he was only 18, Hector started the workshop together with his father. He wanted to earn some money on the side while learning to become an engineer, so he used some old machines which his father leased to teach himself how to make boots. He thus has the skills to fill the gap whenever they are short on workers. Hector is married and has just become dad for the first time.

    Factory
    Factory

    MEXICO, Guadalajara

    The atelier CANO works with for the making of their jewellery was founded in 2018. The owner, Pedro, is an architect who also studied jewellery manufacturing and goldsmith techniques. Every collaborator of this small atelier is highly skilled, in order to make the most impeccable jewellery. On top of their unique craftsmanship, CANO teamed up with this atelier as they chose to use recycled silver saved from going to landfill.

    MEXICO, Guadalajara

    The atelier CANO works with for the making of their jewellery was founded in 2018. The owner, Pedro, is an architect who also studied jewellery manufacturing and goldsmith techniques. Every collaborator of this small atelier is highly skilled, in order to make the most impeccable jewellery. On top of their unique craftsmanship, CANO teamed up with this atelier as they chose to use recycled silver saved from going to landfill.

    Factory

    Size Guide

    Size Guide

    Shipping & Delivery

    Delivery

    This item will be shipped
    It will be sent by CANO in Troisdorf, Germany.

    Orders to Germany should arrive within 1 - 3 days; Orders to the rest of Europe should arrive within 4-6 working days.

    Returns

    Most items can be returned within 14 days, excluding discounted items, some beauty products, made-to order and customised items, and face masks.
    Find out more.

    CANO

        VIEW ALL PRODUCTS
    • de

      Germany

    Inspired by the Mexican huarache and its unique craftsmanship, CANO is specialised in fine woven sandals, derbies and boots. They encompass a variety of timeless colours including cognac, mustard, coffee or black.  CANO is committed to protecting the environment — all of their shoes are vegetable-tanned, non-polluting and organically sourced.

    ETHICAL STANDARDS
    • Ethics Gives Back

      Gives Back

    • Ethics Sustainable Materials

      Sustainable Materials

    CANO

    Preservation of a Century-Old Tradition

    CANO works with artisans from a small town in central Mexico, who have fine-tuned their weaving technique from generation to generation. Recognising the historical and cultural significance of huarache, every pair of CANO shoes is a celebration of the Aztec heritage and supports the preservation of this the century-old tradition.

    All the brands we work with value transparency as much as we do, which is why we're happy to share here the place(s) where their pieces are made. #DEMANDTRANSPARENCY
    Factory

    MEXICO, León

    Tenería Panamericana began in 2006, aiming to achieve the highest standards in quality. They are committed to operating by ecological practises so the leather they use is a meat industry by-product which reduces both industries' environmental footprint. They use solar panels that generate both photovoltaic electricity and thermal power to heat up water. Also committed to the Mexican society, they are contributing to their development to make Mexico a better place to live in, by supporting NGOs that help women in vulnerable times and people suffering from memory loss, diabetes or fibromyalgia.

    MEXICO, León

    Tenería Panamericana began in 2006, aiming to achieve the highest standards in quality. They are committed to operating by ecological practises so the leather they use is a meat industry by-product which reduces both industries' environmental footprint. They use solar panels that generate both photovoltaic electricity and thermal power to heat up water. Also committed to the Mexican society, they are contributing to their development to make Mexico a better place to live in, by supporting NGOs that help women in vulnerable times and people suffering from memory loss, diabetes or fibromyalgia.

    Factory
    Factory

    MEXICO, León

    Thanks to its experience, infrastructure, innovation and ecological awareness, LEFARC is one of the most recognised tanneries in Mexico and internationally. They have gained the trust of national and international customers throughout their leather tanning trajectory. They are conscious that sustainability is becoming more relevant and so they are exploring different sustainable consumption alternatives, dreaming about tomorrow. The cow hides they use are a by-product of the meat industry and they cut the equivalent of 900 cattle daily from being sent to landfills. Any hide they manufacture passes by 70 Mexican hands, giving back to their community by helping non-profits that help athletes from diverse fields, Guanajuato orphanages, school painting organisations, and the elderly homes.

    MEXICO, León

    Thanks to its experience, infrastructure, innovation and ecological awareness, LEFARC is one of the most recognised tanneries in Mexico and internationally. They have gained the trust of national and international customers throughout their leather tanning trajectory. They are conscious that sustainability is becoming more relevant and so they are exploring different sustainable consumption alternatives, dreaming about tomorrow. The cow hides they use are a by-product of the meat industry and they cut the equivalent of 900 cattle daily from being sent to landfills. Any hide they manufacture passes by 70 Mexican hands, giving back to their community by helping non-profits that help athletes from diverse fields, Guanajuato orphanages, school painting organisations, and the elderly homes.

    Factory
    Factory

    MEXICO, Sahuayo

    Sebastian's Huarache Sandals Workshop is a family business. They have been specialised in handcrafting Mexican huaraches for over two decades, always aiming for the highest quality and customer satisfaction. Sebastian, the owner of the workshop, works in it himself, whenever he has the time. Most of the time, however, he is busy planning the production and purchase of raw materials.

    MEXICO, Sahuayo

    Sebastian's Huarache Sandals Workshop is a family business. They have been specialised in handcrafting Mexican huaraches for over two decades, always aiming for the highest quality and customer satisfaction. Sebastian, the owner of the workshop, works in it himself, whenever he has the time. Most of the time, however, he is busy planning the production and purchase of raw materials.

    Factory
    Factory

    MEXICO, Guadalajara

    Beruma Tannery is fourth generation family-owned business. They have specialised in vegetable tanning leather for years and always aim for the highest quality and satisfaction of the customers. They're the leather supplier to CANO's Mexican leather sandals. Ruben, the current business owner himself has worked in the Tannery since he was young, learning the leather huarache sandals business. They receive the salted leather and process it completely to make vegetable tanned leather for CANO's sustainable shoes.

    MEXICO, Guadalajara

    Beruma Tannery is fourth generation family-owned business. They have specialised in vegetable tanning leather for years and always aim for the highest quality and satisfaction of the customers. They're the leather supplier to CANO's Mexican leather sandals. Ruben, the current business owner himself has worked in the Tannery since he was young, learning the leather huarache sandals business. They receive the salted leather and process it completely to make vegetable tanned leather for CANO's sustainable shoes.

    Factory
    Factory

    MEXICO, León

    Hector's and Armando's Leather Boots Workshop is a traditional family business. In 2003, when he was only 18, Hector started the workshop together with his father. He wanted to earn some money on the side while learning to become an engineer, so he used some old machines which his father leased to teach himself how to make boots. He thus has the skills to fill the gap whenever they are short on workers. Hector is married and has just become dad for the first time.

    MEXICO, León

    Hector's and Armando's Leather Boots Workshop is a traditional family business. In 2003, when he was only 18, Hector started the workshop together with his father. He wanted to earn some money on the side while learning to become an engineer, so he used some old machines which his father leased to teach himself how to make boots. He thus has the skills to fill the gap whenever they are short on workers. Hector is married and has just become dad for the first time.

    Factory
    Factory

    MEXICO, Guadalajara

    The atelier CANO works with for the making of their jewellery was founded in 2018. The owner, Pedro, is an architect who also studied jewellery manufacturing and goldsmith techniques. Every collaborator of this small atelier is highly skilled, in order to make the most impeccable jewellery. On top of their unique craftsmanship, CANO teamed up with this atelier as they chose to use recycled silver saved from going to landfill.

    MEXICO, Guadalajara

    The atelier CANO works with for the making of their jewellery was founded in 2018. The owner, Pedro, is an architect who also studied jewellery manufacturing and goldsmith techniques. Every collaborator of this small atelier is highly skilled, in order to make the most impeccable jewellery. On top of their unique craftsmanship, CANO teamed up with this atelier as they chose to use recycled silver saved from going to landfill.

    Factory
    Size Guide

    Delivery

    This item will be shipped
    It will be sent by CANO in Troisdorf, Germany.

    Orders to Germany should arrive within 1 - 3 days; Orders to the rest of Europe should arrive within 4-6 working days.

    Returns

    Most items can be returned within 14 days, excluding discounted items, some beauty products, made-to order and customised items, and face masks.
    Find out more.

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