The Mule: Comala

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  • One-of-a-kind handwoven huarache sandals
  • Made with 100% sustainable and vegetable tanned leather (metal free-no chrome)
  • Antiallergenic and antibacterial
  • Shock absorbing non-toxic cushioning
  • Leather wedge for additional support
  • Flexible, durable and lightweight rubber sole
Luxury Design

Silky-smooth leather braided by hand creates our unique mules. Inspired in Comala, one of Mexico's most beloved slow-paced towns.

Female-led & Ethical

Handmade in a female-lead workshop that creates ethical, safe and fully health-insured labor.

Huarache Tradition

The name "huarache" is derived from the Purépecha language "warachi" and directly translates into English as "sandal". Huarache's unique construction consists in weaving strips of leather by hand into the sole. Dating from Mexico's Pre-Columbian times, huarache tradition is presently on the verge of extinction due to fast-fashion practices.


The Mule: Comala | Palapa

Wear everywhere, with everything

Wear it as an exquisite slide at home or as your perfect companion for everything sunshine.


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