In love with ethically made Caboclo shoes
It was love from first sight! If Son de Flor were a shoe company, we'd love to be like Caboclo. Please read a little about this beautiful sustainable & ethical shoe brand & see our top 10 favorite shoe styles below. There are so many more in the original shop, which you can find here.
Caboclo began back in 2005 in Barcelona –Spain, with the goal to produce beautiful and high-quality leather shoes, working hand in hand with craftsmen from a region called Cariri in the northeast of Brazil, a place with a precious artisanal background, a heritage passed through generations.
Committed to sustainability and ethical production, Caboclo shoes follow criteria that make its cycle as circular as possible. All Caboclo shoes are made entirely by hand, one by one in limited numbers with naturally tanned leather and recycled tires. It’s an art form and a tradition that Caboclo is proud to be a part of.
Caboclo shoes are built using cowhides, a byproduct of the meat industry. All leathers are naturally treated, only using vegetable dyes. To develop the leather, Caboclo responsibly sources for eco-friendly tanneries that focus on vegetable and metal-free tanning as well as for the post-use water treatment.
Our favorite Top 10 from Caboclo list, but feel free to explore many more in the original Caboclo shop here!
Feel free to explore many more in the original Caboclo shop here. Which is your favorite? Don't forget to comment on our IG giveaway & we are keeping our fingers crossed for you! Check the winner on Monday, August 24th!
Love love love Bahia Black!
My favourite is Val Black. All the Caboclo footwear is absolutely lovely, and it is hard to choose, but Val Black has a lovely little heel and in the UK we are approaching
Autumn/Winter, so a shoe/boot is best.
Thank you, Philippa
Love the Mediterranean Black. Would be lovely with skirts.
What is the price of the long sleeve smock dress in raspberry, in Australian dollars please?
Love me a pair of Leo Brown! All of them are beautiful though!
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