Distressed Suede Boat Shoes

Pantofola d'Oro
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Distressed Suede Boat Shoes

$305
$119 Gilt
Size (EU):
Men's Shoes
EU Men US UK CN
38 5 4.5 38
38.5 5.5 5 39
39 6 5.5 39.5
39.5 6.5 6 40
40 7 6.5 41
40.5 7.5 7 41.5
41 8 7.5 42
41.5 8.5 8 43
42 9 8.5 43.5
42.5 9.5 9 44
43 10 9.5 44.5
43.5 10.5 10 45
44 11 10.5 46
44.5 11.5 11 46.5
45 12 11.5 47
45.5 12.5 12 47.5
46 13 12.5 48
46.5 13.5 13 49
47 14 13.5 50
48 15 14.5 50
  • 42
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    Men US 9
    UK 8.5
    CN 43.5
  • 43
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    Men US 10
    UK 9.5
    CN 44.5
  • 44
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    Men US 11
    UK 10.5
    CN 46
  • 45
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    Men US 12
    UK 11.5
    CN 47
Color:
versaill
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Description
Designer

Distressed suede boat shoes.

  • Two metal eyelets and a rounded stitched split toe.
  • Metal eyelets and suede lacing at collar.
  • Distressing throughout.
  • Please note, any fading or distressing is an intentional and desirable aspect of this product.
  • Fully lined with a padded insole.
  • Rubber sole with traction.

Material: Suede

Brand: Pantofola d'Oro

Origin: Italy

Emidio Lazzarini's first love was wrestling. So one of the first things he did when he took over his father’s cobbler shop in Italy in the 1950s was to make himself a more comfortable shoe for his matches. Those shoes caught on, and soon he was making customized boots for the local soccer team. One early customer was the legendary footballer John Charles, who said of his shoes, “These aren’t boots, they’re slippers—golden slippers.” The name stuck—“Pantofola d'Oro” is Italian for “golden slipper”—and the brand has become virtually synonymous with top-quality soccer boots as well as sneakers.