N'go and HBC Nantes present the Naoned Black, a sneaker representative of the encounter between Vietnamese craftsmanship and the emblematic symbol of H. This collaboration was born out of a common passion for this sport and of the values that we defend at daily. Solidarity, respect and education of children are our priority !
This model with black patterns, hand-woven by Vietnamese craftswomen. Its retro look will seduce you in every detail: cream-colored leather, chrome-free tanned, touches of suede and reinforced sole ! You will feel like in slippers.
Chrome-free tanning makes the leather more sensitive to water. Waterproofing before the first use, with a regular renewal, will protect the leather, avoid color fading, and increase durability. If your shoes have been in the rain, do not dry them under a radiator or under the sun. In this case, the leather may crack, shrink and become yellow. Let the shoes air-dry and remove the sock liner.
We know it is hard for you to stop wearing your N'go because of their comfort, but avoid wearing a pair of shoes two days consecutively. The moisture released by perspiration harms the leather. Even the N'go sometimes need some rest.
Since our shoes are partly hand-woven, they are not adapted for a machine washing, it could damage the materials. To eliminate stains, opt for hand washing with cold water and soap.
Made in Vietnam at Dai Luc Dong Nai, an audited and certified factory to guarantee good working conditions and employee safety, fair remuneration and decent working hours.
We are proud to promote the traditional know-how of Vietnamese craftswomen. We work directly with woman weavers living in the provinces of Nghe An, Dien Bien and Hoa Binh. They are grouped in cooperatives to organize their work and set their prices collectively.Learn more
N'go Shoes builds elementary schools in partnership with the non-profit organization Sao Bien. Each year, 2% of our turnover is donated to finance the school constructions in the most remote provinces. N'go participated in the construction of 4 schools and each of them welcomes at least 60 pupils.Learn more