Buy Huaraches from Melissa Guerra!
Summer, the time to unleash shorts, dresses and tanks from your closet! But today, I’m going to focus on a special type of shoe for the most part. I mean shoes are a big necessity for us ladies, am I right? Don’t worry fellas, we didn’t leave you out! Melissa Guerra now offers Huaraches, a type of sandal made in Mexico, that provide comfort along with style. A big plus: we’re one of the few retailers that sell Huaraches so start shopping!
What Are Huaraches?
To all my readers and shoppers, you might want more information on this fabulous type of shoe and I’m here to fill you in! Let’s start off with the Women’s Pachuco Huarache Leather Sandals. Created from a single strip of vegetable tanned leather, these shoes give a customized fit in a variety of great colors. Its soft and hand-woven qualities are able to smoothly mold around your foot, making it much more personalized. Along with a alleviating bridge amid the heel and forefoot, there is also a heavy flattened use of Microtech lug outsole. This provides a plethora of adhesion as well as cushioning. These come in bright colors of pink, purple, red, yellow, and turquoise as well as browns and blacks. The purple ones look absolutely stylish in my opinion, and would look great with any of our T-shirts or Mexican Blouses, also located on our website.
Next we have the Men’s Ranchero Huarache Sandals. This lightweight pair of shoes includes hand-woven leather upper that also molds around your foot, creating a customized look. They also offer wide straps with an open toe. Fellas, I’m sure you’d also like to know that they also reduce the stress on your feet, hips, knees, and back. Sounds really good right? You can thank the cushioned EVA midsole!
Contact Melissa Guerra Latin Kitchen Market
For more information, be sure to call the store or email us at email@example.com. Also, look out for updates on our Facebook page for brand new colors! These shoes make a great supplement to one’s closet, and make an even better summer buy!
By Rhea Palicha | Photo Credit: Ricardo Sanchez