On this sneaker, the colored inserts are made of goat-velvet. It's beautiful, it's soft and it's not complicated to maintain. They are carefully selected and hand-cut. For the record, each one requires a specific mold, all custom made for the Frisco V3.
No secret: good quality leather guarantees your shoes longevity. So its selection is of crucial importance. To develop the Frisco V3, we went to Italy to find it in a renowned tannery: Faeda, founded in 1956 and certified Leather Working Group.
The Cousu Strobel
The "Cousu Strobel" is an assembly technique in which the insole (what you have under your foot) is sewn directly to the shoe upper (what you have on your foot). To preserve the flexibility of the materials, this process is only applied to sneaker models.
In addition to being flexible and comfortable, the Frisco V3''s sole is made from recycled rubber and has a high level of abrasion resistance (rating 140). "Huh?!" By definition, abrasion is the action of wearing down by friction. Basically, the higher its level, the more resistant the sole will be.