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About Pikolinos

Pikolinos creates innovative footwear with European style, artisan craftsmanship and enduring comfort, making a minimum environmental impact with maximum quality.

Latest Pikolinos customer reviews
Love shoes. Comfortable.
Tarifa Fisherman Review:
Very comfortable shoes. I have been buying this brand for years because they are so durable.
Beautiful, well-crafted sandal
Alcudia 0612 Review:
This is a beautiful and versatile little sandal. I wore them for a wedding that took place outside on the grass, and didn't want to risk tripping in heels. These are pretty and could go with a variety of outfits, from a dress to shorts and a blouse. The only con is that the toe area is a little narrow, so my wide-ish feet tend to hang off a bit. Just keep that in mind if you have a wider than average feet. I've heard other reviewers complain that Pikolinos sandals have a strange ridge that looks like it's meant to hit behind the wearer's toe pads. Its a little odd because it looks like it's for someone with very very short toes, which is no one. It didn't really bother me at all, but for some it might. All in all, I love these sandals and they were well worth the money!
a great comfortable, trendy shoe
Benissa 9342 Review:
The perforations in the leather of this shoe allows the shoe to mold to your feet.
Longer and Wider than average
Jerez 7399 Review:
I love Pikalinos shoes...these look great, but... They don't have the great support I have learned to expect and I swim in the usual size that I order...disappointed...going back
'Spanish Boots of Spanish Leather'
Chile 6795 Review:
These boots are unique. They appear as hiking boots with a lace style and shape that echos trekking boots. They are actually much lighter and more stylish than trekking boots. The leather is very soft and comfortable. The soles are somewhat thin, but adding an extra insole gave the extra suppport I felt they needed. If you need a romantic reason to buy, listen to Dylan's "Boots of Spanish Leather" song from the early 60's.