Show Stitch Mid Mckay Cordovan Split
Availability: In stock
Regular Price: $681.43$477.00
These classic PETROSOLAUM boots have a special rounded square toe characteristic. It uses cordovan and was made using the McKay technique. The construction is made in 2 different parts for a great relief impression. The front part has a line with many scratches, and an uneven feeling, and the back part has a rougher texture. Also, there is one set of spare laces.
Made in Japan
Designer: Sotaro Ogino
The brand concept of PETROSOLAUM is to make products including perfect combination of functionality and artwork at a high level craftsmanship. They have the utmost respect through animals used for their materials and focusing to feature the materials to their highest degree by using the inherited traditional process while cooperating new challenges and original thoughts at the same time.
Ogino Sotaro the designer of PETROSOLAUM have studied the methods and process of making shoes while studying in university. After graduating , he started to work at some stores including interior and clothe. After , he have worked for shoe maker and studied designs at that time. He launched “PETROSOLAUM” since 2012-13AW while taking personal orders as well.
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