Como Slip-on Sneaker - Coral Full Grain Leather Croc-effect / White Outsole

€225 €300

Only 1 piece available!

Crafted Society’s ‘COMO SLIP-ON’ sneakers are inspired by the early skateboard shoes of the 80’s & 90’s. These slip-ons are panelled with the finest calfskin 'American Gabon - stamped' leather from the Italian tannery Querida.

Named after the next generation of Grassetti shoemakers; Giacomo. 

100% Made in Italy.

  • Coral croc effect calf leather upper with white rubber outsole
  • Dust bag included
  • Co-branded with name of IFG
  • Available in full sizes


    • Real leather
      Our croc (America Gabon)-effect leathers come from one of Italy’s premium Tanneries for embossing life-like exotic skin stamps onto Calf Leather to replicate the look of python, crocodile, stingray and lizard precious leathers. Querida Srl are based in Tuscany and we are proud to provide our customers with the authentic look of precious exotic leathers without actually using any, supporting our values of using Luxury for Good™.
    • Natural 'crosta' calfskin leather lining - extra soft
    • Removable calfskin lined foam insole
    • Nickel-free scissor branding
    • Waxed cotton laces


    Seek advise from an expert before attempting anything yourself.
    Protect your shoe against water and dirt with a protective silicon free guard. Repeat this regularly to avoid having to clean your shoes. If you do have to clean them use a damp cloth to carefully remove dirt. Cleaning is an irreversible process and therefore, thorough consideration should be made before any such attempt. 
    Avoid contact with water, heat, perfume and cleaning agent. 

    Meet the Maker

    For our sneakers we partnered with the family owned company; IFG Srl from Corridonia in the Marche region of Italy. The IFG artisans are lead by Mario, a cordwainer (shoemaker) with more than 40 years of shoe making expertise, and his son Giacomo. 

    Mario and Giacomo expertly craft footwear for some of the leading luxury houses on the planet. They work tirelessly for their community and share our common goal to keep the crafts alive by continuing to practice their craft while incorporating a social and ethical approach towards their workforce.

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