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Materials: burgundy papiro patina & aubergine museum patina
Lining: brown calf leather
Sole: black & white rubber running soles
Free remake guarantee
All of our loafers are covered by our Free Remake Guarantee: Should you not be satisfied with the fit of your first order, we’ll make you a new one, free of charge.
Made to order
Made to order is a process where items are not produced until a customer has placed an order for that item. Made to order reduces inventory waste, as items are only produced when they have been sold. This also ensures that the items are perfectly fitted to the customer, as opposed to mass-produced items which may not fit as well. Made to order also allows for traceability throughout the whole chain, as each step can be tracked and monitored. This results in a higher quality product, as any issues can be quickly identified and rectified. Overall, made to order is a superior solution that achieves zero inventory waste and produces higher quality products to get your loafers perfectly fitted to you and only you.
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Production time: Made to order typically delivers within 4 weeks.
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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?
Made-to-Order shoes are entirely produced on demand, strictly following your design instructions. After a purchase is made, the shoes begin their production journey. From material hand cutting, to the sole being stitched to the upper. Every part of the shoe is individually produced and assembled just for your order. It takes our artisans between 3 and 6 weeks to produce a pair of Made-to-Order shoes. Please, remember this when placing your order.
Hand Painted Patina
The technique used to achieve this artwork is known as ‘Anticatura’, which is the Italian word for antique finishing. It is a specialty of Italian and French maestro shoemakers. Entrusted to the hands of the antique finisher, the upper part of the shoe becomes a work of art. The Anticatura method is a hand dyeing procedure of leather. It takes about 8-10 hours of work per pair to create a completely unique patina with an aged effect.
EXTRALIGHT® Rubber Sole
EXTRALIGHT® is an innovative sole material, which is particularly lightweight, flexible and shock-absorbing for optimum comfort in every step. your feet are guaranteed to enjoy optimum comfort throughout the entire working day. This innovative sole material sets itself apart with its low weight and excellent shock-absorbing qualities. It protects the back and legs from strain and impact during the working day.
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.
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