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Silvano Sassetti
distressed desert boot

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Blue suede desert boot from Silvano Sassetti featuring an almond toe, a short black lace up front, tonal stitching at the seams, a worn effect at the toe, a short contrasting brown stacked wooden heel, a leather sole and a distressed finish.

Made in Italy

Designer Style ID: S13492XM04

Farfetch ID: 10328379

Size & Fit
size is generous, pick a size down, heel: 2 centimetres
Composition & Care
Sole Composition:
Leather 50%
Sole Composition:
Plastic 50%
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Designer : Silvano Sassetti

Silvano Sassetti shoe factory, in Monte San Pietrangeli, was founded by Silvano and originated from his passion for footwear. As early as 13, he used to work as an apprentice in the little local shoemakers workshops and by doing so, he learnt their technique and craftsmanship. His desire to have his personal space was born from this experience and in 1977 he created a small workshop which in 1996 became the present Sassetti shoe factory.