Throughout its history, Berluti has always made sports shoes at the request of its customers. The first was a ski boot designed for Rudolph Valentino in the 1920s, which was followed by another for Greta Garbo. Later came polo boots, golfing shoes, climbing boots, cycling shoes, driving shoes and many others. These forays into the world of sport were far from fringe enterprises and continually nourished the creativity of Maison Berluti. Berluti once again embraced contemporary style in introducing its first shoemaker sneaker in 2014. A shoe that unflinchingly turned the city into a playground. It’s Playtime!
One piece of leather
Handsewn stop stitches on the upper
Scritto detailing on the sole
Cotton laces in colour that contrasts with the upper
Memory foam layered between the upper and the lining