It was 1956 in Manila, Marikina emerged as a town of shoemakers after World War II. Reminiscent back to shoemaking of Marikina’s calibre shoe builders crafting exclusively to fine men’s and women's fashion.
Marquina Shoemaker is a brand that embraces both culture and industry reaching across genres and generations to present the upstarts, the veterans, the purveyors that shape Philippine shoemaking today.
Continuity of the past in the present.
Savor The Craft -- Walk This Way.
Thanks for checking us out. You're one of a kind and by being in our page today you're already making a difference by supporting local.
Supporting local is at the core of this company. It's how we've grounded ourselves and our thought when we started Marquina. We aim to share this passion everywhere; to the people, to the community, to the industry, to the universe & YOU.
We are here to show you just how great local craft from Marikina stands out. Who ever said wearing local makes you look and feel less? Let's be real we all need more of them in our closets. By supporting the craft of the Philippines you will not only make a positive impact on the industry but you are putting more smiles to each and every shoemaker.
Have a browse through our website/store and when you have made your choice we'll handle the rest. Even if we're a start-up brand, we do our very best to work around your timelines and specifications.
Let us add more confidence and style to your walk.
It's time to Walk This Way.
Our shoes come in whole sizes. If you take a half size, we recommend you go up to the nearest whole size.
Still unsure? Compare your size directly with our shoe size chart and measure your foot length correctly.
WOMENS SIZE CHART -
If your feet are wide please size up for RTW Flats ONLY.
MENS SIZE CHART - If your feet are wide please size up.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR FEET
Trace the outline of your foot with a pencil Feet often have slightly different dimensions, therefore repeat the process with the other foot.
Use a ruler to measure the length of your foot in cm (distance between the heel and the longest toe) -- add 0.3cm to this measurement and compare to our size chart.