Silvano Sassetti Jodhpur Boots Oil Bread Nero
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The “Jodhpur” boot is an ankle boot or Chelsea boot designed as a riding boot with a rounded toe and a low heel. They originally fastened with a strap and buckle, but today the term also includes designs with straps that do not wrap entirely around the ankle and the elastic-sided design without a strap also known as Chelsea boots. It is named after Jodhpur, the second-largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan.
Double-stitching involves welting onto the insole from the side instead of from below. This shoe production method is primarily used to make very sturdy shoes. As a result, the welt stitch isn’t located on the insole inside of the shoe, but rather on the outside of the shoe, on the wide welting by the double seam. This method therefore gets its name from the fact that the shaft and the bottom of the shoe are connected by two visible seams. Double-stitched shoes are significantly sturdier and more waterproof than Goodyear-welted men’s shoes.
Cork is a very important natural material in this process because in addition to performing a technical function of filling the cavity created between the insole and the sole, it also performs the task of isolating from heat and cold and absorbing humidity. This material remains soft over time and thanks to body heat, skin moisture and body weight is shaped according to the pressure exerted by the foot thus creating a customized anatomical insole.
Handmade in Italy.
Upper Leather: Horsehide (oiled)
Lining: Calf leather
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