Leather Slip on - Dirty White
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GUIDI Shoes Collection.
These slip-on are made with a single piece of leather. Except for the heel part there is no seam on this pair for a very minimalist design that can be matched with many different coordinates and showing the best quality of GUIDI leather. Also the white color version was not treated for color, so you can enjoy the natural feeling aging of GUIDI leather as you wear them.
Made in Italy
In 1896 in「CONCERIA GUIDI E ROSELLINI」was established by Guido Guidi, Giovanni Rosellini, and Gino Ulivo in Pescia, Tuscany, where leather tanning can be traced back to the Middle Ages. Now the Guidi tannery is run by Ruggero Guidi who rejects mass production logic and focuses on his own research. He is always looking for a balance between advanced technologies while keeping respect for tradition and skill. He has become the leather tanner that designers around the world look to for high quality results. In CONCERIA GUIDI E ROSELLINI’s factory brand「Guidi」, from finishing the raw materials to dying the shoes through the tumbling process, Guidi makes items to show the maximum quality of the materials used. In terms of leather factory brands this collection is a must see.
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