Filipino footwear brands

Finding durable footwear that matches most of your outfits can be difficult. Not to mention your own requirements on how comfortable footwear should be.

To expand your footwear choices and support local businesses, check out these Filipino footwear brands for sandals and shoes for different occasions. Most of these are Marikina-made, too, so you’re sure to get long-lasting shoes.

1. Cora & Bear – handmade women’s footwear

Cora & Bear
The Topanga in terracotta.
Image credit: @cora.andbear

Cora & Bear is for the fashionable Filipina, with their trendy array of color-block heels. Their products are handmade and produced in small batches so you can guarantee their quality.

Filipino footwear brands - Cora & Bear
The Nona in white.
Image credit: @cora.andbear

For close-toed, plain-colored shoes that you can wear comfortably to work, get The Nona (P1,650, ~USD29.83). These Mary Jane shoes that come in leather and velvet are made-to-order and take 1-2 weeks to make so make sure to check out ASAP to get them in time for your event.

Cora and Bear has no physical store, but they ship across the Philippines and worldwide via DHL.

Cora & Bear’s website | Facebook | Instagram

2. Marquina Shoemaker – specializes in men’s loafers

Marquina Shoemaker
Grand Alpine Derby.
Image credit: @marquinashoemaker

For gents looking for shoes to wear to work or to special events, check out Marquina Shoemaker. They carry a variety of loafers and Derby shoes, and specialize in men’s footwear.

Go to their showroom in Makati to try a couple of pairs and pick a favorite. They’ll make a new one just for you in Marikina, the “Shoe Capital of the Philippines”, and ship it to you once done.

Filipino footwear brands - Marquina Shoemaker
The Grand Spectator loafer from their mid-century modern collection.
Image credit: @marquinashoemaker

But no worries if you’re not in the metro or are too busy to pay them a visit. You can also simply place an order through their website. They ship worldwide through DHL.

They currently have a mid-century modern collection of loafers with a stylish, vintage vibe (from P7,290. ~USD131.78).

Address: 7635 Guijo Street, San Antonio Village, Makati, Metro Manila
Opening hours:
11am-7pm, Daily
0967 243 3341
Marquina Shoemaker’s website | Facebook | Instagram

3. Malaya Swim – colorful sandals for the beach

Filipino footwear brands - Malaya Swim
Laiya Banig in Azul.
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Look cute on the beach with colorful sandals (from P1,990, ~USD35.97) from Malaya Swim. These aren’t just lightweight and comfy, but are also made to last even when worn in the water.

Their sandals come in different color combinations so there’s one to pair with each of your beach outfit. They even have sandals with designs that incorporate Filipino crafts, with abaca or Manila hemp and plastic banig (handwoven mat) straps.

Malaya Swim espadrilles
Manila in Nude.
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Malaya Swim also carries slippers and espadrilles (from P890, ~USD16.09) with slightly more formal designs, perfect for boho-themed and beach weddings.

Their beach sandals are available at Frankie General Store in Rockwell Power Plant Mall and SM Aura Premier. They also ship nationwide. Same-day delivery is even available for areas in Greater Metro Manila.

Frankie General Store – Power Plant Mall
Address: 2F, Powerplant Mall, Rockwell Center, Makati, Metro Manila
Opening hours:
Mon-Thu 11am-9pm | Fri 11am-10pm | Sat 10am-10pm | Sun 10am-9pm
+63 917 159 5821

Frankie General Store – SM Aura Premier
2F, SM Aura Premier, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 11am-10pm | Sat-Sun 10am-10pm
+63 917 159 5821

Malaya Swim’s Facebook | Instagram

4. Renegade Folk – women’s leather footwear in neutral colors

Renegade Folk
Elation in Tan.
Image credit: @renegadefolk

Renegade Folk is a local shoe and clothing brand that has a wide variety of footwear, including flats, sandals, mules, and low heels.

Their footwear comes in mostly neutral colors, so you can match them easily with your outfits. These are carefully designed and made to last even if you wear them on the daily.

Filipino footwear brands - Renegade Folk
Flourish in Onyx.
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For something durable and stylish, their Blossom (P2,890, ~USD52.24) and Flourish (P2,790, ~USD50.43) sandals both have straps of leather flowers that give your trusty footwear a little umph.

You can check out Renegade Folk in U.P. Town Center and Glorietta 3 in Metro Manila and in Ayala Cebu. They also ship worldwide.

Renegade Folk’s website | Facebook | Instagram

For a list of branches, click here.

5. andanté – academia-style women’s shoes

Filipino footwear brands - andante
The Chunky Penny Loafers in Black.
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If you’re looking for the perfect shoes for your academia-core outfits, you’re sure to find a pair from andanté. The Filipino footwear brand has classic shoe designs such as loafers and Oxfords (from P2,590, ~USD46.82) that are made for women.

For more variety, they carry ballerina and Mary Jane flats. They also have sandals of different designs such as fisherman sandals, dad sandals, and cabin slides that are stylish but are also comfy for long walks.

The Dad Sandal in Black.
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You even get a free tote bag when you order a pair of shoes from their website.

andanté footwear are available online with worldwide shipping and at Frankie General Store in Rockwell Power Plant Mall.

Frankie General Store – Power Plant Mall
Address: 2F, Powerplant Mall, Rockwell Center, Makati, Metro Manila
Opening hours:
Mon-Thu 11am-9pm | Fri 11am-10pm | Sat 10am-10pm | Sun 10am-9pm
+63 917 159 5821

andanté’s website | Facebook | Instagram

6. Sanbera – sustainable canvas sneakers and sandals

Filipino footwear brands - Sanbera
Real in Classic Cream.
Image credit: @_sanbera

The Filipino footwear brand Sanbera has unisex canvas sneakers (from P1,871.25, ~USD33.82) that are unlike most of their kind on the market. They’re made with locally sourced, eco-friendly materials such as coconut coir.

Sanbera’s canvas sneakers also come in black, white, cream, ocean blue, and summer blue, making them easy to pair with your outfits.

Lifestyle Sandals in white.
Image credit: @_sanbera

Besides sneakers, they also sell sandals (from P1,882.50, ~USD34.02) in a simple, classic design and made with 100% genuine cowhide leather.

Sanbera has no physical stores but they ship nationwide.

Sanbera’s website | Facebook | Instagram

7. Indiana Jane MNL – budget-friendly women’s footwear

Filipino footwear brands - Indiana Jane MNL
Pampas heeled sandals.
Image credit: @indianajane.mnl

For stylish, women’s footwear (from P279, ~USD5.04) that won’t break the bank, check out Indiana Jane MNL.

Besides its attractive price point, the brand offers a wide variety of designs for sandals, flats, mules, and heels. These also come in a range of materials such as genuine leather, PU leather, and canvas, so you can choose a pair that best suits your style.

Indiana Jane MNL
Holly sandals.

Image credit: @indianajane.mnl

Indiana Jane MNL’s products are all available on-hand so they’re at your rescue for last-minute shopping for events. The brand can be found on Lazada, Shopee, and TikTok Shop.

Indiana Jane MNL’s Facebook | Instagram

8. Meraniel – all-genuine leather platform sandals

Filipino footwear brands - Meraniel
Nora platforms.
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Meraniel is a Filipino footwear brand that offers a wide variety of designs for women’s everyday sandals. Their sandals are made with all-genuine leather to make sure they last you a long time.

They have platform sandals (from P2,490, ~USD45.01) in different designs that will give you extra inches while allowing you to walk comfortably at the same time.

Meraniel PH
Martelle platforms.

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However, do note that most of their platform sandal designs are pre-order so take this into consideration before you check out.

The brand also has no physical stores but they ship nationwide.

Meraniel’s website | Facebook | Instagram

9. Black Wing Shoes – customized men’s shoes

Filipino footwear brands - Black Wing Shoes
Black leather boots.
Image credit: @blackwingshoes

For custom men’s shoes, check out the Marikina-based, Filipino footwear brand Black Wing Shoes.

They offer pasadya or custom-made shoes from boots to sneakers starting at P6,250 (~USD112.98). They can even make custom shoes for toddlers and accommodate orthopedic or podiatric needs.

Black Wing Shoes
Custom sneakers.
Image credit: @blackwingshoes

Besides bespoke footwear, they have ready-made designs you can choose from. They will make your chosen design in your size upon pre-order.

For inquiries and orders, send them a DM on Facebook or Instagram.

Black Wing Shoes’ Facebook | Instagram

10. Hue Manila – neutral and colored stilettos

Hue Manila
Loni Le Blanc.
Image credit: @huemanila

It can be really hard to find the perfect footwear for formal events such as weddings. So for flats and stilettos with chic designs, check out the Filipino footwear brand Hue Manila.

Besides white, nude, and beige footwear, they also have footwear in colors such as hot pink, emerald green, and royal blue to match gowns or even work outfits with bolder colors.

Filipino footwear brands - Hue Manila
Glora Rojo.
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Their Glora heels (P1,790, ~USD32.36) have a fuzzy strap and clear heels and come in hot pink and emerald green. Talk about statement shoes.

Hue Manila ships nationwide. Same-day delivery is also available for Metro Manila and nearby cities.

Hue Manila’s website | Facebook | Instagram

11. Annie & Lori -women’s footwear made with indigenous materials

Filipino footwear brands - Annie & Lori
Meghan Inabel in orange.
Image credit: @annieandlori

If you like to wear your Filipino pride from head to toe, the brand Annie & Lori has women’s footwear that beautifully incorporates Filipino craft.

Their Meghan Inabel mules (P3,899, ~USD70.48) are made with local textile from the Ilocos Region. There’s also a sandal alternative, the Tamar Inabel (P3,600, ~USD65.08). Their Inabel collection was even featured in British Vogue.

Annie & Lori Sako Pumps
Sako Pumps.
Image credit: @annieandlori

The Filipino footwear brand also has a sustainable Sako collection with footwear made with jute sack.

Annie & Lori footwear are available in stores in the Philippines, Singapore, United Kingdom, Canada, and the US. They also ship worldwide.

Annie & Lori’s website | Facebook | Instagram

For a list of branches, click here.

Support Filipino footwear brands

These Filipino footwear brands deserve to be on your radar, with the variety of styles they offer for different occasions and lifestyles.

With most of them being handmade, you can even guarantee the longevity and comfort of the footwear you’re going to buy.

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Cover image adapted from: @_sanbera,, @huemanila


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