Treviso is a derby shoe: a natural evolution of the Oxford, the derby stands out for the detail of the open lacing which makes the sock more visible, allows more mobility to the foot and is generally suitable for less formal contexts. In Treviso the derby is made richer and more elegant by the full brogue workmanship with the iconic swallowtail decorations. Finally, the tank sole makes it more scratchy and suitable for any terrain with eternal durability.
Hammered calfskin is obtained through the drumming process, carried out in order to enhance the beauty of Pieno Fiore leather. Thanks to the drumming, the leather acquires a grain of variable intensity which preserves the natural irregularities of the raw material, without losing its softness to the touch.
Rubber lug sole
The solid rubber lug soles are durable and comfortable. The closed cell structure gives resistance to the shoe, protecting it from liquids, bacteria and external agents. The formulation of the sole promotes a "shock-absorber" effect which helps to improve foot support.
Blake Rapid processing
The Blake Rapid process was invented by Lyman Reed Blake in 1858 and immediately achieved great success, especially in Italy where it is still among the most used processes today. Its genius lies in the double "Blake" stitching that joins the upper, insole, lining and midsole, while the "Rapid" puts the midsole and sole together, increasing the shoe's resistance and waterproofness.