Ankle Boots Calf Leather
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DEVOA 2017-18 Autumn Winter Collection.
Ankle boots made with Guidi calf leather. The edge is larger, so it looks like goodyear welt technique, but it was made with the McKay technique. The insole is the same as the 17SS season, a flat insole type of 10mm made with natural rubber.
* Additional images of this item can be viewed on our blog entry, 「DEVOA Fascinate Limited Coat Wool High twist Hound's Tooth Style 」
Made in Japan
Designer: Daisuke Nishida
Concept: Our research starts with the understanding of the natural human body movements. DEVOA constructs of pattern toward movement of skin, muscle, and frame for an action. Human body keeps evolving and degenerating which are one and indivisible as the ages go by. We express clothing based on hypothesis and the theory of evolution which DEVOA interprets.
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