Flexibility, lightness and comfort are the features that distingush this refined laced shoe made of brown soft unlined buffaloskin. The leather is garment dyed by an immersion technique and then finshed with a dark brown spray dye that enhances the nuances of color. Also the leather sole is hand dyed. A shoe with a jaunty and refined style thanks to the artisanal manufacturing like the «sacchetto» method and the washin on stones technique.
Let’s flaunt this derby with lightness pairing it with large and fresh outfits.


Venice Dip-Dye

Brown garment dyed buffaloskin
SOLE: Brown hand dyed leather sole
LINING: Unlined
INSOLE: Dark brown goatskin with gold printed logo

DETAILS: Lateral seams – rear textile shoestrap – slip lasting method – washed on stones


39 40 41 42 43 44 45
27,1 cm 27,2 cm 27,9 cm 28,4 cm 29,2 cm 30,0 cm 31,6 cm

SKU: 59040 Category:

Product Specifications

The quality of the materials we use request attention.

Atmospheric and chemical agents like alcohol, grease and cosmetics could demage in an irreversible way the shoe.

It is recommended not to wash the shoe in the washing machine or in water and to preserve the product in its packaging.

We suggest to clean the shoe with a damp cloth.

Size Guide

How to find your shoes size?

First of all, get a sheet of paper, a pen, a ruler and a measuring tape.

Let’s start measuring the length of your foot: put it on the sheet of paper and draw the shape of the foot, by keeping the pencil straight. Draw a vertical line with the ruler starting from the heel to the longer finger of the foot, take the measurements in cm.

If you don’t have these objects at your disposal, you can just measure the length of your foot plant from the heel to the longer finger with the ruler. In this case, it’s very important to take your foot straight, as if you were standing.

Be sure that your foot measurement does not have to coincide perfectly with that of your chosen number; the size of the footwear should be slightly longer so that it is not too precise for your foot.