Rare "Aguayo" indigenous textile sits on the upper. Comfortable, authentic leather inner molds to your foot without blistering.
Order the same size that you would normally get. If you wear a half size, round down. For example, if you wear a 9.5, buy a 9. The leather will stretch a bit for comfort. If you wear a wide shoe, order one size up.
Free 2-day shipping. Free returns as long as shoes are unworn. We cover return shipping, and do not charge any fees.
Located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Rafael began his operation in the mid '90s as a means to support his family. A true family business, his wife and son help him run his modest stand at a local artisan fair.
These are super cute and well-made, and I can't wait to wear them when it warms up a little!
My first order was a black pair of the cheaper canvas option. Excited to try the leather ones now! They’ve been great so far
These are so comfortable ,saving up for my next pair.
So many people have asked me about my Patos, and it's always an opportunity to tell them the story behind these shoes. The quality is solid, and they feel very comfortable once they're worn in (and are easy to clean too). Definitely made a good choice on these!!
Our shoes are made in EU sizes. Use our size chart to find which EU size you are based on your US size. If you already know your EU size, select that one.
How PATOS sizes run: PATOS are slightly narrow and run true to size. If you don't have wide feet, select the size that you normally wear.
If you wear a half size: If you wear a half size, and don't have wide feet, round up to the next size. For example, if you have narrow feet and wear US 7.5, your best fit is likely an 8.
If you have wide feet: If you have wide feet, we suggest buying an entire size up. For example, if you typically wear 7, you should probably get an 8.
If you have wide feet and wear a half size: If you have wide feet and wear a half size, you should round up 1.5 sizes. For example, if you wear 7.5 and have wide feet, we suggest ordering size 9.
If you wear a number of different sizes: If, for example, you wear a 7 in some brands and 8 in others and don't know which one to base your size off of, you should probably go with the larger size.