VAL FLIN PLANIRA
VAL FLIN PLANIRA* has been developed based on the model VAL FLIN to provide additional wearing comfort through a lower heel. VAL FLIN is the first high-heeled boot in our selection, inspired by the 60s – specially London’s iconic Carnaby Street. These ankle boots have double-layered top, a rounded toe and block heel. The chunky beech wood heel feels comfortable and steady; and is high enough to reveal Cervo’s signature bug on the inner side. Made in Italy using fully vegetable tanned Swiss VoVo-leather. The boots have no zipper, which might break and affect their longevity. On the contrary, they can be comfortably pulled on. Do not forget to peek inside to check the embossed pattern on the insole and stylishly engraved lining.
Cervo Volante deerskin shoes are designed and handcrafted by Piret Puppart at Silvano Sassetti in Monte San Pietrangeli, Italy. Welt sewn and with a Goodyear Flex cork sole for a soft roll.
7 cm – Val Flin Planira in Black and Cognac
8 cm – Val Flin Planira in Olive brown
14 cm (Width) x 14 cm (Height)
The shoes are equipped with a fine anti-slip latex sole. Of course you can order the VAL FLIN as Cervo Volante special production with a pure and noble leather sole. The best way is to contact us personally: email@example.com
The shoes are made of 100% Swiss deerskin, from animals that lived in the wild and were shot there on the hunt. The bumps and scratches on the leather are traces of this wild life and a sign of authenticity and uniqueness. All leather is 100% vegetable tanned in the canton of Bern, without chrome and without synthetic tanning agents.
The colours correspond to the natural colouring caused by the tanning process. This model comes in the following colours (as long as available):
Cognac (tanned with MIMOSA/QUEBRACHO)
Olive brown (tanned with VALONEA OAK)
Black (tanned with oak and dyed black with charcoal)
* GOD GRISCH isn´t a name you hear every day. The name of our lady-boots – Cervo Volante signature design – has to sound special. God Grisch is a forest in the Swiss Alps where our wild red deer leather comes from.
The beautiful alpine forest of GOD GRISCH lays by the geographic boundary between the upper and the lower Engadin. The local rhaeto-romanic word GOD GRISCH means grey forest. Obviously, the forest has got its name from old larch trees, draped with grey lichen.
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