Lisbon's hippest sneaker shop has no shelves, just limited edition, handmade footwear on the floor. Its interior constantly changing, currently with black paint splattered over white walls, and circuit boards glued to the wall.
Rua do Norte, 30-32
Bairro Alto, Lisboa
Phone: 213 479 976
sapataria do carmo
This is one of the oldest and most traditional shoes stores in the city. Founded in 1904, the 20 m² shop still maintains the beauty of old times, and they sell exclusively Portuguese handmade, custom fit shoes. They are distinguished by their attractive shoe shapes, bold patterns and original models. This is an authentic landmark in the heart of Lisbon.
Largo do Carmo, 26
Phone: 21 342 3386
Mon to Fri: 10.00 to 20.00, and Sat to Sun: 11.00 to 19.00
Located on the north side of Lisbon in a working class neighborhood. At Hera’s you will find locally made shoes of reasonable quality at midrange prices.
Av. de Roma, 37 - A
Phone: 21 793 36 31
You’ll find this little bargain shop further down the street from Hera’s. Tamanca sells shoes made in Portugal for all tastes at low prices.
R. Morais Soares, 159 (Closer to downtown)
Mon. to Fri. 10.00 to 14 .00/15.00 to 19.30, and Sat.10.00 to 14.00
Phone: 21 846 04 76
Shoes & Accessories
This stylish shoe shop with its Victorian parlor meets 1970’s retro decor, has an amazing selection of shoes including Portuguese brands. Shopping here is a visual sensation that you won’t long forget.
Rua do Norte, 95
Barrio Alto, Lisboa
Mon. to Fri. 13.00 to 21.00, and Sat. 13.00 to 22.00
Phone: 213 421 015
One of Lisbon’s newest shoe shops opened its doors in 2010. Their collection is from all over the world with shoes by recognized brands, including Portuguese designers Nuno Gama and Miguel Flor. Bring the credit card because you will be hard pressed to find their unique pieces in other stores.
Rua Nova do Almada, 26-28
Phone: 213 468 173
Phone: 213 421 015
other portuguese shoemakers
fidji makes hearty, hip 8-hour city shoes with a 2-inch heal that New York City working women have recently discovered.
sport style are like candy colored breakdance-looking shoes that someone should have been making the 1980’s. It’s never too late to have what you really wanted.
xuz say yes to slow fashion and to shoes inspired by Portugal’s connection with Africa.
eject shoes are cushy, mod and sporty without looking like gym shoes.
vudu makes cool suede and leather casuals for men and women.
luis onofre has got it on for high fashion that is fun and sophisticated
nobrand Someone actually makes blue suede shoes!
profession bottier Handmade mens shoes for 25 years. Designed for those who like living well and looking nice without paying a hefty price.
ghibi, sweet and chic says it all.
woks, before there were Crocks, there were Woks. Better looking than their American counterfeits, and only for the workplace if you are Portuguese.
carlos santos is the shoemaker you visit if you have €3000 Euros to drop on a pair of fine dress shoes for men. This is the Bentley of Portuguese shoes.
mack james and family have been making classic mens shoes for three generations. If you cant afford shoes by Carlos Santos, few will know the difference with a pair of Mack James.
portugal shoes is an online portal where you will find a wide range of Portuguese shoe makers and their products, so if a certain company you are interested in doesn't have its own website, that's not a problem: you will probably find it here! Furthermore, you may expect to find relevant information regarding new collections and new trends. They feel proud of the "Made in Portugal" tag.