Crafted by Scarosso

Light Brown Calf Franco Cognac Monks

£ 205

Italian shoe designers Scarosso follow a philosophy of quality – handcrafting classic styles using traditional techniques, to make your new smart shoe staples. These double-strap monks have a smart, statement fringe. These double-strap monks have a subtle, stylish fringe.

Order now to receive by 22 Nov - 26 Nov

Sizing

Fits true to size.

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Description

Scarosso's the king of discerning shoes for discerning men. And handcrafted in Italy using artisanal techniques, each pair's fit for royalty. The finest materials are hand-stitched together, giving these classic silhouettes the durability they need to remain timeless. The Franco Cognac double strap monks form part of the summer collection, with playful fringe detailing. They're handcrafted on an Italian shoe last by skilled artisans in Italy. Because of the unique way they're stitched, their sole is flexible and durable. And they're treated with ointments and wax to make sure they age well.

Story

Luxury, Italian, leather – it’s not a surprising combination. But Scarosso’s approach is their distinction, operating a philosophy of affordable quality to make smart shoes for smart men. They carefully select the best Montegranaro shoemakers to craft their brogues and loafers – the same artisans who produce high-end designer shoes. But their ethical approach of cutting out the middleman means they can bring quality to every man, without the price tag.

Features

• Handcrafted double strap monk on an Italian shoe last with blake welt method • Cognac-coloured calfskin with a fringe and handmade finish • Two silver buckles • Lining in natural-coloured calfskin • Leather sole and full leather heel (Height: 2.7cm)

Special Care

• In case of light stains or dirt, wipe with a clean, damp cloth and allow to dry. For stubborn stains on suede leather, use a suede brush. • Avoid prolonged exposure to water to preserve the piece's longevity and appearance.

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