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Full Calf Lined Interior
These shoes are fully-lined with soft calfskin leather, which means ultimate comfort. Most companies will only partially line their shoes, but we go the extra mile because it means a more comfortable shoe and less break-in time.
What is MTO Standard Production?
Hand Painted Crust Leather
Crust calf is untreated –not dyed– leather. It's usually used in its plain form, but it can be embossed with textures like pebble grain, full grain or croco. This leather is hand painted by our maestro colorist using natural dyes and oils.
Being an artisanal process, it is difficult to achieve uniform shades, especially in the lighter ones, although its main attraction is precisely its natural finish and the light transparency in its colors, which gives great distinction and versatility.
A Sartorial's Affair
Tweed has a long and distinguished history. From its role as the fabric of royalty, and right through to a certain fictional detective, tweed has become something of the national dress in Britain, and the rest of the world.
We offer a large variety of sartorial fabrics, from delicate wools to soft flannels. Patterns like the classic houndstooth –popularized by Coco Channel on the sixties– or the Blackwatch plaid –one of the many Scottish tartans. Each one representing its unique values and personality.
The quality of nappa Leather is very high. It typically comes from full grain leather. Napa leather is a leather noted for its soft feel, derived as it is from calves, lambs, and kid goats, which have soft hides.
Meet the Cupsole Rubber Sole
The cupsole rubber sole can boast of having been designed specifically for skateboarding. They feel great comfort, like soft, cushioned pillows that can absorb impacts. In fact, they were created to protect the feet of skateboarders, who would leave the track covered in bumps and bruises. The cupsole offers better support, protection and resistance
Entirely cut by hand
The Clicking Department is the first stage of production. The
highly skilled Clickers (whose name derives from the 'click'
sound made when the knife is removed from the leather) use
predetermined patterns to intricately cut the shoe's uppers and
linings. Each Clicker design and grind the blade of their knife to
their own personal taste and working preference.