After years of making shoes, we wanted to have a factory close to us, who understands our ideas and project and who want to be more than a provider but a partner. 

We found our manufacture in South of Brazil, close to Porto Alegre. A region known for its know-how and qualitative shoe production.

Indeed, the making of a handmade shoe is a process that involves culture, art, feeling and technical excellence. The footwear tradition of Vale dos Sinos dates back to 1824, when the first German immigrants landed in the region.


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All workers have social insurance and work from 8am to 5pm, with a 1 hour break for lunch.

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Our factory is small, about 20-25 people working per day, making 60-70 pairs of shoes per day. We prefer to keep it small to ensure that our shoes are properly made with high quality materials and skills.

An external Audit firm also control and check yearly our processes and security to meet our working requirement as well as our sustainable business approach


From Brazil to France to the world #wemakecoolshoesthathelpchildren