Cutarra Panameña - Handwoven leather sandal with rubber sole
Cutarra andmade 100% by hand by authentically Panamanian artisans . When purchasing your Cutarra, your order will be sent to manufacturing and the manufacturing time will be between 15 to 20 business days.
We are a brand that produces consciously and on demand, its Cutarra will not be fashion or a trend, it will be a lifestyle in its days since it has been in existence for more than 500 years among our farmers in the interior of Panama.
Here we share how to know your size, to see the conversion tables by size and by country you can go to the sectionSize Guide .
About your size: to know your size, we recommend measuring a current sandal in centimeters; compare the resulting complete measurement with our size guide table.
Leather straps with internal suede
Leather insole or cowl with decorative rosettes
Rubber / Eva Foam Sole
Cutarra sandal from Panama – hand-woven by local artisans designed for warm weather. The Cutarra dates back to pre-Hispanic Panama and is the basic footwear of the Panamanian peasant.
Each pair is unique: each pair is proudly handmade in an artisan house located in Los Santos - Azuero. It can take up to a whole day to make a single pair.
SOFT HAND-CUT LEATHER: With each wear, our soft hand-cut leather molds to the shape of your foot over time, leaving you with a comfortable pair of shoes that fit just you. A durable rubber outsole provides advanced traction. We make them right, you make them perfect.
Made with less waste: When constructing leather goods, shoe and clothing companies are known to produce high waste, cutting abnormal shapes and leaving unusable scratches. Because our leather straps are made with smaller strips of leather, we are able to use up to 95% of our raw material versus other brands that can only use up to 60%.
By purchasing these sandals you are helping to preserve a Panamanian tradition and legacy of more than 500 years: your enthusiasm for our Santé Cutarras plays an important role in supporting the work of our artisans in the interior of Panama. For this, we are grateful.