Sacchetto Method

"Sacchetto" working method

The “sacchetto” working method is a technique which permits the manufacturing of particularly comfortable shoes. This working process according to the rules of the most authentic Italian shoemaking tradition involves up to two hundred steps requiring outstanding skillfulness, experience and competence. During the sewing stage, the full grain nappa lining is attached like a ‘sac’ along its edge permitting to build the shoe without rigid components such as the insole and the shankpiece. The shoe becomes lighter and allows the foot to move naturally. A breathable material is inserted between the sole and the lining to provide long lasting shock absorption all along the foot.

The flexible construction allows the application of heels requiring the incorporation of the insole and the shankpiece. This “bridge” between the heel and the ball of the foot is built under the insole cushioned with a layer of memory foam that notably diminishes mthe pressure on the plantar arch. The shoe mounted using the flexible construction features the same supple hand applied toe puff reinforcement and counter employed in the “sacchetto” working method assuring highest possible wearing comfort.

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