An ecological deerskin boot for the cold season. A sporty-elegant leather boot with beautifully finished double leather shaft and concealed seams. Zipper and leather handle for easy slipping in, soft crepe sole for a comfortable step.
The half-height boot is traditionally made with the Blake construction. In this stitched construction, the seam passes directly through the sole and the insole. Blake is one of the leading manufacturing processes for quality shoes, and allows easy replacement of the soles. The L-shaped frame around the upper reduces water penetration when the weather is damp. This way, the exclusive Cervo Volante shoe gives you long-lasting comfort. The surface structure of the sewn-on crepe sole made of natural rubber ensures a long durability. The material is insulated from cold grounds, has open pores and therefore – like the skin of a gecko – provides good grip on slippery surfaces.
Our half high boot is a sustainable and anti-allergic full leather shoe, whose main components all consist of vegetable tanned leather. The hinge spring is made of a small, strong piece of beech wood.
The colours correspond to the natural colouring caused by the tanning process. This model comes in the following colours (as long as available):
Dark brown (tanned with VALONEA OAK and dyed with iron oxide)
Black (tanned with oak and dyed black with charcoal)
* The people of areas in Switzerland where there is still snow in winter know many different names for snow. One of them is Samada. Samada is this hard frozen top layer of the snow that forms overnight after a warm sunny day. Admittedly, this “Bruchharst” is quite laborious for walking as one sinks in with every 3rd step. For us, the word Samada is simply beautiful and fits to the winter boot: Samada should remind you during your winter walk that the warm spring is not far away.
100% vegetable tanned leather
from wild red deer
hunted sustainably in Switzerland
handmade in Italy by Silvano Sassetti
delivered in an environment-friendly shoebox from MODEL
For a future beyond 2050