The Mérida

$245.00

$300

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The Mérida has a rating of 4.8 stars based on 18 reviews.

The Mérida

You don’t have to choose between function and form. With flexible side panels, a heel built for walking, and an easy slip-on pull tab, our women’s Chelsea boot is as comfy as it gets. Contrast stitching and a graceful slope make the Merida easy to dress up or dress down.

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Details

Features

- Made-to-order to your specifications
Memory foam insoles provide all-day comfort
Stacked leather heel
- Goodyear welted & fully resoleable
- 100% cow leather will form to fit
Proudly handcrafted by a skilled Guatemalan craftsman
Craftsman paid over the Living Well Line

 

 Materials

Upper: Full-grain leather
Lining: Calf skin
Insoles: Vegetable tanned leather
Outsoles: Vegetable tanned leather with optional rubber sole protector

Sizing

Sizing

Fits true to size.

Delivery

Delivery

Your shoes will arrive within 10 business days of order for those in the continental United States. Delivery to P.O. boxes will take longer.

Adelante is not responsible for any potential tariffs on orders shipped to countries other than the United States. 

Warranty

Warranty

We offer a year warranty on your Adelantes for any defects in workmanship or materials.

Exchanges & Refunds

Exchanges & Refunds

Exchange or return your un-damaged shoes free of charge from anywhere within the United States within 30 days of receipt. Read our full return policy here.

Meet The Craftsmen

Rudy Noel Melendez Xicon is a 22-year-old shoemaker who works toward a degree in mechanics on weekends and as an expert Adelante craftsman on weekdays.

Meet The Craftsmen

José Calixto Pocón Morales is a 22-year-old shoemaker who either spends his free time with family, or planning a trip to Spain to see FC Barcelona in action.

Meet The Craftsmen

Nery Alesander Valle López is a 36-year-old, second-generation craftsman saving to buy a motorcycle because he’s tired of driving his rickety ‘97 Tata.

Meet The Craftsmen

Gustavo Alexander Melendez Xicon is a second-generation shoemaker who dreams of one day opening a store that provides good employment by selling the daily essentials to his community.

Meet The Craftsmen

Nelson Ivan Imuchac Cabrera is a 25-year-old craftsman who lives with his parents and enjoys working in their fruit garden during his free time.

Meet The Craftsmen

Juventino Gómez Colchaj is a 38-year-old, second-generation shoemaker who is renowned as the best sandal maker in town.

Meet The Craftsmen

Selvin Amilton Valle Chiquitó is a 36-year-old, second-generation shoemaker who wants you to know that the national dish of Guatemala is NOT beans, but rather such delicacies as pepian and estofado.

Meet The Craftsmen

Julio Cesar Valle Chiquitó is a second-generation shoemaker who would like to learn to surf despite not being sure that he can swim.

Meet The Craftsmen

Selvin Rolando Gallina is a second-generation craftsman with 24 years experience in his craft and a dream to own his own house.

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