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Nisolo Makes the Best Sustainable Shoes

Nisolo Makes The Best Sustainable Shoes

Have you tried Nisolo shoes? I want to shout about them from the treetops…

Nisolo Makes the Best Sustainable Shoes

Nisolo, the shoe brand based in Nashville, is an ethical B Corp that offsets their carbon emissions with every product sold. So far, 76,928 trees have been protected from being uprooted in the Peruvian Amazon (that’s the size of 86 soccer fields!). Fun fact: Cup of Jo readers have been responsible for protecting 536 of those trees in the last year by shopping with Nisolo.

Nisolo Makes the Best Sustainable Shoes

If you also wear sneakers all the time, like I do, Nisolo’s Elayna Sneaker is super comfortable, looks cute with dresses, and is made in an ethical factory in Mexico. I love the bone color, and they also come in this cute color.

Nisolo Makes the Best Sustainable Shoes

For sandals, the Ecuador Huarache has been my go-to warm weather shoe for years. (They’re also great travel shoes — to Vermont, Atlanta, England, everywhere!) It’s Nisolo’s most environmentally friendly shoe, handmade in their factory in Peru, with 95% of its leather used in production. They’ve gotten over 395 five-star reviews, and the almond and burnt sienna come in sizes from 5 and 11.

Nisolo Makes the Best Sustainable Shoes

Finally, the Ama Mule is vegetable-tanned, which uses natural dyes. How cute are those? I’d love to wear them to work or on the weekends. Thank you so much, Nisolo, for all the great work you do.

Great news: Nisolo is offering new customers 20% off your order with code SPRINGJO20, good until May 31st. You can see their full collection here. (I also really love these.)

What other things do you do to try to live a sustainable life? xoxo

P.S. We wrote about Nisolo’s boots last fall — since then, they have expanded their Emma Oxford to sizes 5 and 11 in black, which I know some readers had requested, and new brandy and wheat sizes will arrive later this month, too.

(Photos by Julia Robbs for Cup of Jo. This post is sponsored by Nisolo, a company we’ve used and loved for years. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Cup of Jo.)

  1. Leslie says...

    Hi Joanna,
    Cute post!
    I bought a pair of the Nisolo huaraches two summers ago after your endorsement and I’ve been loving them since–thanks for the fantastic rec! I am considering a new/fresh pair for this summer, and noticed they advise to size up, while previously it was best to size down. Have you sized up with your more recent pair(s)? Thank you!

    • Hi Leslie! Roxi from Nisolo here. We updated the fit and construction in April 2018. For best results, follow the fit guide on our product page. Our customer experience would be happy to chat with you to find your best fit.

  2. Cynthia says...

    Thanks for promoting sustainable/ethically produced products. As for helping the environment, I try to buy only what I need. Being semi-retired has curbed my shopping. I recycled, compost, and donate. I make a lot of my clothes, and since I sew, I mend my clothing, and my husband’s as well. I have the heels on my boots repaired. Our super size garbage can provided by our county is usually only a fourth full on weekly pick up. It contains what we can’t reuse, recycle, or otherwise donate. Saving the environment starts at home, and I have been doing these things before saving the environment became the big thing. It goes back to parents who were products of the Depression, and being raised with a waste not, want not, make do, or do without approach to things. I could write pages about what my husband and I do.

  3. C M says...

    I wish they would make smaller sizes! :(

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      thanks for your note! good news: they’re rolling out size 5s in multiple sizes (already available), with more to come! did you want a smaller size? if so, please lmk — they’re super responsive to customer feedback! xoxo

  4. Sarah says...

    I’ve never tried this brand but I’ll have to check them out! My favorite sustainable brand is Po-Zu. I found them when looking for Star Wars cosplay (they manufactured the boots for Rey in Episode 7 and 8), but I fell in love with them for their awesome footbeds and cute styling. They offer a vegan pineapple leather alternative that is super cool. (Also, the Rey boots are super cute outside of a costume and I get lots of complements!)

  5. living sustainably is my number one goal lately and the focus of my blog! my favorite switch is shopping secondhand – i thought i’d miss shopping and that it would be really hard but it’s been fun and easy and i’ve found the coolest, just right for me stuff. my other favorite switch is making my own products – chapstick recipe this way: https://tps-steph.blogspot.com/2019/04/tps-make-your-own-chapstick.html and lots of other ways to live sustainably here: https://tps-steph.blogspot.com/search/label/sustainability

  6. Liz says...

    I’ve gotten both the Huarache sandal and the James Oxford and love them both. I’ve had the Oxford for 2 years I think and the Huarache for 1 and they’ve both held up for me. I’m a big fan.

  7. This is so tiny and so fantastic: my husband bought us each a titanium spork. It’s small enough to fit into the little wristlet I carry everywhere. We live on a sailboat in Mexico, where smaller restaurants or street food stalls often do not have access to running water and serve food with disposables. At a conference in the US last week I had it on me for the first time and was able to pass on 8 utensils there in the first 4 days of carrying it!

    We’re also working hard to buy less bottled water, which is hard in a country where you usually have to purchase potable water. My husband is a great lover of sparkling water, and I am super impressed that he’s working on setting that habit down and cultivating a love of sun teas; jamaica/hibiscus with a pinch of sugar turns out to be a new favorite.

  8. Rebecca | Seven2Seven8 says...

    I have been really pleased with the quality of my Nisolo shoes so far. I splurged on the Dari boot last fall and LOVE IT. I purchased Austin heels secondhand and the quality and styling is superb.

  9. Gayle | Nisolo Customer Support says...

    Hi Clare! This doesn’t seem right! Reach out to support@nisolo.com and we will see what we can do for you moving forward!

  10. Katherine says...

    Do you have info on their pay practices? I’ll be honest, it makes me wary to see a huraches with a $118 price tag, then see that they are made in Peru. If they’re selling at Western prices, the laborers should get paid Western wages.

    • Hi, Matt from Nisolo’s Impact team here. Every six months we interview all of our producers in order to understand their family’s economic situation and to craft in-factory programs that meet their financial needs. From these assessments, we’ve learned that nearly half of our producers have never worked in the formal economy, which means they’ve never had consistent work with a living wage and benefits. We offer a living wage to 100% of our producers (only 2% of factory workers in the fashion industry earn a living wage) and teach financial literacy so that our producers can use their earnings to realize their aspirations.

      The price we charge for our products makes it possible to provide a living wage and healthy and safe working conditions for everyone in our supply chain.

  11. It’s frustrating to find shoe brands that only make shoes up to a size 10. Unfortunately, as much as I like the styles, I won’t be wearing any of these!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      they’re rolling out styles from size 5 to size 11 — with more to come! xoxo

    • SB says...

      SO excited to hear that, Joanna, I check the Chelsea boot every time y’all have a post about them. Yay size 42 feet people! (sorry to my size 11+ friends, tho)

  12. Sarah says...

    Love my Nisolos. I have a pair of Black Ava Flat (discontinued) that are so comfortable. I could commute in them, but in an effort to keep them as long as possible, they live under my desk at work. I’ve had them cobbled twice already as I refuse to give them up!

    I also have a pair of Smoking Shoes–I wear them all the time, and because they’re a lighter color, they’re quite battered and I don’t wear them to work, but certainly out and about running errands. Finally, I got a pair of Huraches for this summer and I’m working on breaking the leather in now–it’ll take a few wears, but I fully expect them to be my go-to summer shoes!

  13. Tricia M says...

    Hi Joanna, that tree looks like great fun! How often do you get the opportunity in your working life to climb a tree!!! Shoes look good too.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      hahaha very true — was such a fun shoot!

  14. So excited – ordered the boots! Thanks, Jo!

  15. Nicole says...

    Oh, yay! Have been eyeing those huaraches and am so excited to order them.

  16. Leigh says...

    Just used the code to get the Chelsea boots I’ve been wanting for ages. I hadn’t known that they were on sale sale right now. The code discounted the boots even further so I just got an amazing deal! Thank you CoJ and Nisolo!

    • Kat says...

      was so excited to see this same thing! Their Chelsea boots have been on my wish list for a while, so the sale + discount code was such a good surprise!!

  17. Ki says...

    I’ll be honest about my wide-footed experience with the huaraches: I thought by breaking them in they would stretch to my feet, and they have, but because they aren’t a solid piece of leather my toes actually stick through the holes on the side! Not a great look, but I stubbornly keep wearing them.

    • Angela says...

      Thank you for this! My feet are wide and I have held off because of this fear.

    • Deb says...

      Thank you! I wish more ethical shoes came in wide. Sigh.

  18. alexis says...

    Love Nisolo! My work bag is from there, it’s big enough to fit my files and super cute and professional and I always get compliments on it.

  19. Cindy says...

    Just ordered the Mariella Mule in Sand….cannot wait to get them!! so excited! Thanks for the discount, Jo! :)

  20. Ella says...

    I love the Mariella mules. I have Foot Problems, and they are pretty much the only shoes I can wear comfortably.

  21. Carly says...

    I purchased a pair of the Nisolo Huarache sandals (on CoJ’s recommendation!) and absolutely love the look of them, but they HURT! I have tried everything – returning for a larger size, breaking them in on 10+ occasions, even shoe inserts – but no matter what, I get awful blisters. I’m bummed because I love the look of the shoe but am not sure what to do. Any ideas? For the record, I have pretty narrow, size 7 feet.

  22. Alyssa says...

    Boom. Read the post and immediately ordered the Serena sandal. I’m now realizing I didn’t even look at other styles, they just looked so perfect!

  23. Colleen says...

    Hi! I am so happy to see Cup of Jo talk about sustainability – it’s such an important concept and you have such a great platform to spread the word. The work that Nisolo is doing around ethical production is great and I am encouraged to see more of that happening. However, I would just caution against the concept of carbon offsets as a means of measuring sustainability. Carbon offsets have largely been shown not to work and can create the illusion that high-carbon activities are sustainable. In most cases, offset markets actually increase emissions by creating negative incentives for companies to pollute. I’m doing my master’s in Sustainable Development and writing a paper about the ethics of emissions trading at the moment so it was the first thing I thought when I read this article.

    Anyway – just some food for thought. Love the blog and keep up the good work!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      oh that’s such good insight, colleen! nisolo is a B corp with ethical practices throughout the business, but i’m going to keep this in mind when looking at other businesses. thank you!!!

    • Amanda says...

      Colleen – super interested in your Master’s program! I have a bachelor’s in accounting but just the other day I had a total breakdown about the state of our planet. I’d like to get a higher degree in something that can help the Earth a lot more than accounting can…does your school offer online programs? And is a science background required? I am having a hard time finding something doable here in Colorado, so I’ve been casting my net farther afield :)

    • Darcy says...

      I would like to send my niece your answers to Amanda’s questions too. She has the same ones! Thank you in advance, Colleen.

  24. Rita says...

    I love my Nisolo mules. Can you tell me about your cute dress?

  25. awadsie says...

    i am going to be walking all over england (london, bath, cotswolds, cornwall) for 2 weeks this summer. will the huaraches hold up? will they offer comfort and durability? and how long is the discount available?

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      the discount is good through May 31. i’ve worn them all over the cornish cliff paths and they were great!! and then feel good at the beach or local pub :) xoxoxo

  26. Michelle says...

    em_henderson (Insta) wears and swears by these all the time. This post, the spring discount and their Chelsea boot sale (!) helped me pull the trigger on two pair. Fingers crossed they work for my wide-ish feet. Thanks also for promoting eco friendly fashion. If only they made non-leather too for my friends who’ve gone vegan wear only.

  27. Ceridwen says...

    I bet it was fun to climb that tree…

  28. Oh my goodness! I was discussing the other day with a friend how much I want an Ecuador Huarache pair for the summer. Picture that: Santorini island’s wild beauty (I am Greek, and Santorini is my favorite go-to destination for years now), me in my Huaraches, the wind in my hair, the smile in my face. And now A Cup of Jo saves the day and I can have them for discount, even?!
    Thanks for supporting environmentally friendly brands Joanna. Limiting down buying to products that respect our poor planet is so vital! :)

  29. mm says...

    The term “ethical” needs to be reserved for shoe/clothing companies that are vegan. It is IMPOSSIBLE to be ethical when you are killing another living being and using its skin for your adornment.

    • Jessica says...

      Completely agree. I had never heard about Nisolo, and I love ethical brands, but as I read the blog post I was surprised that these are leather shoes! As much as leather is a “byproduct” of animal agriculture there are few things as environmentally devastating as cows, their waste, and the amount of methane they produce. Hoping your comment gets some attention.

    • S says...

      YES!!! Thank you!!!

    • Eliz says...

      Ditto! There is nothing sustainable or ethical about cows or processing leather. I really wish companies would stop deteriorating the meaning of these words.

    • Hey there! Roxi from Nisolo here. We recognize the environmental implications of working with leather, which is why we source from Leather Working Group certified tanneries, use vegetable tanning for several of our products, and invest in forest conservation to inset the greenhouse gas emissions of every product we produce. Like any material, leather has its trade-offs. Unlike most textiles, leather is incredibly durable and versatile, which minimizes waste in the long term. We are currently mapping our entire supply chain down to the farm level to ensure best practices are implemented with all of our stakeholders.

  30. Paola says...

    Made in Mexico but they don’t ship to Mexico… :(

  31. Clare says...

    I have two pairs of their shoes. The huaraches are comfy, but the Oxfords I bought are the most uncomfortable shoes I have ever had. I wore them once and they chewed up my heels. When I contacted Nisolo, they admitted the heel stitching was flawed and they had since made improvements. However, they would not refund my money. I still have a pair of new, and unwearable gray suede oxfords in my closet … and Nisolo lost my business forever. 👎

    • Chloe says...

      I had the same problem at first with my Oxfords, but I liked the look so much I kept wearing them for a few hours at a time (mostly in the office, with bandaids at first). They took a while to break in, but they are now super comfy! I’ve been wearing them daily at work for over 2 years, and they’ve held up beautifully!

  32. Rachel says...

    Yes please extend to size 12! Beautiful shoes, I would buy them if they came in my size.

  33. Lucy says...

    I have four pairs from them. Absolutely love them and what they’re all about. (P.S. For anyone asking about sizing… I wear a 7 in just about everything and size up half a size)

  34. Emily says...

    That is also the cutest jacket I have ever seen! Where’s it from?

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      thnak you! it’s by kule.

  35. Kim says...

    I bought the Ecuador Huarache last summer, and although I’ve worn them a few times, they still hurt in a couple of places on my foot. Still waiting for them to break in!

  36. Michele says...

    Nisolo…I love you, but please bring back the Delicias sandal! I need them back in my life!

  37. Rosie says...

    Tell them to extend their sizing. Most brands go bigger than 10 now! We get going about size inclusion on jeans which is so important, but some of us have bigger feet. Sizism is rampant! ;)

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      yes! they have extended a couple sizes to size 5 to 11, and they’re rolling out more soon! you can see the specific styles listed in the post, and please stay tuned for more. thank you so much xoxo

    • Vanessa Bolden says...

      Yes! I’ve requested larger sizes a couple times…we 11+ ladies need beautiful, sustainable footwear, too! So happy to see Nisolo get all the love they deserve.

    • Julie says...

      Totally agree. It’s a real turn-off they make only one style in an 11.

  38. Sarah says...

    How can they use leather and still be described as ethical and sustainable?

    • Alex says...

      Agree! It would be great if you featured some non-leather, vegan brands

    • Nahal says...

      I agree. Please feature some vegan shoe companies.

    • Hi! Roxi from Nisolo here. Great question, we at Nisolo feel a responsibility to the ethical treatment of our producers. We work to ensure above fair trade wages, safe and healthy working conditions, and additional benefits such as healthcare, time off, and bonuses for producers. We also feel a responsibility to understand our supply chain and mitigate our environmental impact. All leather used in our supply chain is a byproduct of the meat industry, and we’re utilizing the more eco-friendly vegetable tanning method across many products. We don’t claim to be perfect and have it all figured out which is why we source from Leather Working Group certified tanneries, use vegetable tanning for several of our products, and invest in forest conservation to inset the greenhouse gas emissions of every product we produce.

  39. Lisa says...

    I own and love the Huaraches but my absolute favorite shoes are the d’orsay flats in cognac. Favorite shoes I’ve ever owned. And I’ve owned a lot of good shoes :)

  40. Lydia says...

    I love Nisolo :) I’m excited to snag some huaraches for summer!

    I’d also love to know where that windbreaker is from!?

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      it’s from kule! xo

  41. Sara says...

    I appreciate that CoJ is promoting an ethical and sustainable brand, but I think it is hilarious that Nisolo is charging 118$ for huaraches!

    • Erin says...

      They do seem pricey, but when you read about their manufacturing practices, the cost makes more sense, considering they’re paying fair wages and providing healthcare, which is not the norm in shoe manufacturing:

      “All producers in our partner factories make a minimum of 27% beyond fair trade wage requirements. In one of our partner factories, entry level producers receive up to 74% more than fair trade wages, while experienced producers receive significantly more. The annual turnover rate is less than 2% across all partner factories.”

      https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0277/9027/files/Impact.Report.desktop.pdf?11573076809481672033

  42. Esther says...

    How do these shoes fit on wide feet? I’m so scared to buy shoes online because it’s hard to tell how wide or narrow they are, and I have wide feet. Looking for a pair of dressy sandals for summer but I haven’t found anything that fits yet. Thanks!

    • Marcy Cameron says...

      I have generally narrow feet and the chelsea boots are too tight (but I’m not giving up on them!). The mules are my favorite shoes and are so so comfortable and had a very short break-in period.

    • Kaitlyn says...

      I think they would fit on a normal medium size foot or someone with only slightly wide feet. I have pretty wide feet and usually wear wide shoes. I don’t find the shoes uncomfortable but they do rub and pinch along the wider parts of my foot. I’ve tried their huaraches, loafers and the city boots. I’m still breaking them in (I’ve worn all of them less than 10 times) but so far I still find they rub on the wider parts of my foot. They do “fit” though (as in I can get my foot in and out pretty easily and don’t have to shove and I don’t get any blisters, just rubbing).

    • Megan says...

      I have very wide feet and struggle to wear Nisolo. However, the huaraches fit me beautifully. I wear them everyday in the summer. I ordered a half size up.

    • Mary Beth says...

      They are tight on wide feet. I have sized up a half and whole size before and that worked well.

  43. J says...

    So, I have a couple of questions –
    1. where in the world was this photoshoot done? and how did Joanna get on top of that tree? (I want to climb trees also!)
    2. what does “ethical factory in Mexico” mean? What makes a factory ethical?

    thanks!

    • Rosie says...

      Ethical factory usually means workers have good hours and they are making a liveable wage in safe working conditions.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      and for your first question, we went to fort greene park :) the trees there are beautiful!

    • Nina says...

      2 is such a good question – vague claims like that are very easy to make, and without any specifics given it doesn’t mean much.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      there are tons of specifics on nisolo’s site for anyone who wants to learn more. here’s a great place to start:
      https://nisolo.com/pages/ethically-made

      thank you!! xoxo

  44. anne says...

    I love them so much, but I really wish they carried wide sizes… curse my cubic!

    • anne says...

      Cubic feet!! Need to proofread..

  45. Olivia says...

    Thank you for partnering with such ethical, sustainable companies. This is why I love Cup of Jo!

  46. Anne says...

    I have the same quality complaints about Nisolo – I’ve had two pairs, purchased at two separate times, and while comfortable, both pairs were of questionable quality. I’d hesitate to spend money on another pair given that track record.

    • Gayle | Nisolo Customer Support says...

      Hi Anne! Sorry to hear your shoes weren’t the quality you’d expect. This definitely doesn’t sound right and it is not representative of our brand! Feel free to reach out to support@nisolo.com and we will be happy to see what we can do for you!

  47. Kim says...

    I live in Nashville and after following COJ for years bought two pairs! They are hands down my favorite shoes. I can’t wait to buy more and happy to support a local, ethical business.

    • Molly says...

      If you didn’t already know, they have local sales once or twice a year (I believe in the summer). I used to live in Nashville and bought all 3 pairs of Nisolos I own during their local in-store sales. Watch for them!

  48. Maggie says...

    Can we use the discount code on garmentory? I’m canadian :)

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      it’s actually just through the nisolo site, i’m afraid!

  49. Sarah says...

    I love the little fact about those 536 CoJ trees! That must be from the number of purchases using your discount code? I am a loyal reader though you didn’t have a discount code going when I bought my Ama mules, so I think the number of CoJ-influenced Nisolo shoppers has got to be a LOT larger than that! I want to be included in the tree crew too, haha.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      that makes me happy, sarah!!! :)

  50. Faith says...

    I used to buy the cheapest-possible shoes from Amazon… until I saved up to buy my first-ever pair of Nisolo shoes. Nisolos are beautiful, timeless, comfortable, and durable—truly worth the extra money! I now proudly own three pairs: the James Oxford, Ecuador Huarache, and Paloma Mule. I wear them all the time and constantly receive compliments. Nisolo rarely has sales, so everyone should take advantage of this promo code! xoxo

  51. K says...

    Makes me so sad they don’t make a size 5!! I’ve submitted some comments begging them to start.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      K, good news: they are rolling out different styles in a size 5! right now, they have the huarache in two colors and the emma oxford in a few colors. more to come!

  52. NN says...

    Your discount code isn’t working! The Huarache sandal is in my cart! HELP COJ!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      we’re on it! we’ll get right back to you!

    • NN says...

      It worked and I’ve ordered the sandals! Thank you COJ for the help, you guys are truly truly wonderful people reaffirming my faith in humanity :D.

  53. NN says...

    Cool shoes but let’s talk about that colorblock windbreaker! Where is it from? Love it

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      thank you! it’s from Kule from a couple years ago xo
      https://www.kule.com/

  54. Amanda says...

    I bought a pair of the huaraches after seeing them featured on CoJ, and I love them!

    I got them in anticipation of my upcoming trip to Morocco (leaving next weekend, eek!) and have spent the last couple of months breaking them in. They have taken some time, but my feet are odd so I was expecting it! Bonus: they look absolutely ADORBS with every single item in my little capsule wardrobe I put together for the trip :)

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      how cute!!!! have the best trip xoxoxoxo

    • Eloise says...

      Have a great trip!! I’ve been twice – most recently in December – and am already trying to figure out how/when I can go back!

    • Cindy says...

      I would love to see your capsule wardrobe for your trip! Always looking for ways to do that but usually fail miserably…

    • Amanda says...

      Cindy – This is the first one I have ever created! Essentially, I picked a color palette (muted earth tones) and a general style (loose and breezy) and ran with it. Having my color “theme” in mind when shopping really helped me buy things that went together, even though I was far outside the traditional white/black/grey standbys I see in a lot of capsule wardrobes! I kept everything pretty neutral, but added a few fun pops of color (like a bright brick red scarf and mustard-colored pants) and incorporated a lot of linen so I can cover up but keep cool. I got lucky that linen seems popular this summer – I’ve never seen so much of it at the stores until now!!

  55. Mary Beth says...

    I have several pairs of Nisolos and LOVE their business practices and designs. My two recommendations: size up if you have not-feet (their sizing guides are helpful, too) and ADD SOLE PROTECTORS if you plan to do any real walking outdoors, e.g. to and from work. I wore a hole in my Chelsea boots after one season (this was before the rubber-soled version was available) and have worn down the heels of my Ama mules in less than a year. Love these shoes, but you’ll need to take them to a cobbler/shoe specialist to shore up the soles if you want them to last.

    • Mary Beth says...

      *not-narrow feet

    • Caroline says...

      Agreed about adding a sole protector! Plus the bottom of their shoes are VERY SLIPPERY if you don’t add them. I had a really bad fall down a set of stairs the first time I wore my slide sandals…wish I had just taken the time to had a rubber protector for some grip.

      I’ve had three pair of the slides though and they’re the perfect summer sandal. I always get lots of compliments!

  56. Eloise says...

    This size 5-er is happy to give the Emma a try! Toes crossed they fit!

  57. Abby says...

    Haha, my grandma wears huaraches just like those!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      i love them so much!!!

  58. Briana says...

    I bought 2 pairs after seeing them in one of your ‘Week of Outfits’ posts. Loved them both aesthetically, but both pairs- 2 different styles- broke within a year of owning them. Thread unraveled in one and the leather asparagus from the sole in the other. Such gorgeous designs but I found the quality lacking. Bummed bc I love their mission.

    • Gayle | Nisolo Customer Support says...

      Hi Briana! Sorry to hear about the issues you encountered with your shoes. Please reach out to support@nisolo.com and we will be happy to get you sorted out moving forward!

  59. Lisa says...

    Love Nisolo!

  60. Amanda says...

    I’m very excited to see that they carry the huarache in size 11 now! I love Nisolo’s style and have always wanted to try some of their shoes, but I have size 10.5/11 feet and most of their shoes aren’t available to me in my size, especially the ones that run small. It seems like they’re trying to expand their size range and I hope they keep doing so!

    • Louisa says...

      What! Yay! I bought a pair of Nisolos in a size 10 hoping they would fit but no luck. So happy to hear that they’re carrying bigger sizes.

  61. Emily says...

    Oh man! This post came a week late for me. After months of pining for them, I finally sprang for the Emmas and they are due to be delivered today. Maybe I should take advantage of the discount code and add some more Nisolos to my collection!