The upper is constructed from a deerskin full grain leather, used on the reverse side for a velvet-like touch and appearance. Whereas most suede leathers are typically suede splits, where the leather is split in two and the inner side of lesser quality is sold as suede; this is a reverse leather which means that the grain surface is left intact but the leather is utilized inside-out. This gives a much stronger and more water-resistant leather as the strongest part of the skin is always the top layers where the fibres are tighter, stronger, and have natural properties to withstand friction and weather. Diemme deerskin leather originates from farmed New Zealand deer.
The inside of the boot is lined with mouton shearling of Australian origin – a sheepskin pelt where the fur has been straightened and colored. Other components include Italian-made hardware and leather laces, with tonal stitching and a debossed circle logo on the upper. Discrete tonal Diemme flag on the heel, signifying a product where all production steps have been performed in Veneto, Italy.
Origin & Care
Leather uppers. Round she'll toe. Faux-fur lining. Duck boot sole.