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PRODUCT INFORMATION
  • Cup: Classic
  • Fit: Classes et décontractées, s'adaptera rapidement à votre forme de pied
  • Matières: 100% Cuir naturel, tannage végétal
  • Made in: Mexico
  • Certifications: NFC Tag, Tannage végétal, Fait main, artisanat
  • Délais de livraison 10 jours, pré-commande

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THE BRAND

Cano

An avant-garde, innovative vision and traditional know-how, CANO is the ethical shoe brand par excellence.


Using the traditional Mexican weaving method, the founders created timeless super designs. Non-polluting materials, of natural origin, CANO strive to become more sustainable and environmentally friendly through controlled processes.


All their pairs have an FTC label that allows you to follow the production process in detail. That's unparalleled transparency for their customers!

Cano
CERTIFICATIONS

Naturals

Thanks to their ease of production and growth, these natural materials, whether of plant or animal origin, have little impact on the environment. They therefore do not need labels. However, when they have the Oeko-Tex label, it means that they have benefited from regulations for the use of toxic products. These garments are therefore not a risk to our health. Linen, hemp or alpaca wool are among these natural materials.


Linen is a particularly resistant natural material. Produced from cultivated flax, this "wild grass" is very easy to grow in Europe. In addition to being sustainable, linen has the advantage of being more biodegradable and recyclable than cotton. It requires little maintenance, little energy and little water for its growth, and releases little nitrate into the air.


Hemp is one of the best and most widely used natural and ecological fibres. As an alternative to cotton, it is very useful for making t-shirts or jeans for example. The main advantages of this plant is that it is particularly biodegradable, resistant, and does not irritate the skin. Moreover, it is very easy to cultivate hemp: no irrigation or pesticides. It even allows the soil to regenerate itself.

Natural - Certification- Klow
PRODUCTION

The brand Cano produces its eco-responsible shoes in the factory(ies) below:

Sebastian Ocegueda's workshop

🇲🇽 Mexico, North America

The plant is located in Sahuayo, in the state of Michoacán, Mexico. For more than two decades, the family business has specialized in the artisanal manufacture of Mexican huaraches and always aims for the best quality and customer satisfaction.


Sebastian works in the workshop himself, but mainly deals with planning, production and purchasing of raw materials. The workshop embodies honesty, respect, positivism, commitment and solidarity.

Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • Gender parity
  • Workshop values: honesty, respect, positivism, commitment and solidarity
Cano - Production - Klow

 

Workshop of Hector Rodríguez

🇲🇽 Mexico, North America

The factory, located in León in the state of Guanajuato in Mexico, specializes in the manufacture of boots and ankle boots. Hector and Armando's Boot-Workshop is a traditional family business.


Hector started the workshop with his father in 2003, when he was only 18 years old. While studying to become an engineer, he wanted to earn some money on the side, so he used old machines that his father had rented to learn how to make boots.


He learned every step himself. So whenever he runs out of workers, he has the skills to compensate. Hector is married and has just become a father for the first time.

Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • Respect for working conditions
Cano - Production - Klow

 

Beruma Tannery

🇲🇽 Mexico, North America

The Beruma tannery, located in Guadalajara, Mexico, is a family business that is now owned by the fourth generation. For years, it has specialized in vegetable leather tanning and always aims for the best quality and customer satisfaction.


They are the leather supplier for our Mexican leather shoes. Ruben, the current owner of the company, has himself worked in the tannery since he was very young, learning the trade of Huarache leather sandals. They receive the salted leather and process it entirely to make vegetable-tanned leather for durable shoes.

Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • Vegetable tanning
  • Respect for working conditions
Cano - Production - Klow

 

LeFarc Tannery

🇲🇽 Mexico, North America

The tannery, located in León, Mexico, is one of the most recognized in the country and in the world, thanks to its experience, infrastructure, innovation and ecological awareness. Throughout their leather tanning trajectory, they have earned the trust of national and international clients.


They are aware that sustainability has become paramount and that is why they are looking for new and better consumption alternatives, thinking about tomorrow. The cowhides they use are a by-product of the meat industry and they avoid sending the equivalent of 900 cattle to the landfill every day. Their products are certified free of controlled substances, based on "Reach California's 65". They are also certified by the Leather Working Group and to be a sustainable fibre by ECOSURE.


Each skin they produce passes through 70 Mexican hands. So they give back to their society by supporting non-profit associations that help athletes in different fields, orphanages in Guanajuato, school painting associations and retirement homes.

Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • Certified ECOSURE
  • Vegetable tanning
  • Support for non-profit associations (orphanages, sports, arts and retirement homes, etc.)
Cano - Production - Klow

 

Tannery Teneria Panamericana

🇲🇽 Mexico, North America

The Panamericana Tannery was established in 2006 in León, Mexico, with the aim of achieving the highest quality standards. It is committed to operating according to environmentally friendly practices, so the leather it uses is a by-product of the meat industry, reducing the environmental footprint of both industries.


They are Clean Company certified by "Empresa Limpia", Ecotannery certified by the CICUR, Gold classified by the Leather Working Group and by the Leather Technology Centre, they have been audited and certified Silver by the Leather Working Group, their hides and tanning processes are guaranteed to be chrome free.


They use solar panels that produce both photovoltaic electricity and thermal energy to heat water. Also committed to Mexican society, they are helping to eliminate them in order to make Mexico a better place to live, supporting NGOs that help vulnerable women and people suffering from memory loss, diabetes or fybromialgia."

Why does this plant comply with eco-responsible production standards?

  • Certified Clean Company
  • Certified Ecotannery
  • Silver Certified by the Leather Working Group
  • Vegetable tanning
  • Use of solar panels
Cano - Production - Klow

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