Sack construction

Sack construction, proverbial for its comfort, is recognized by the insole sewn in hemming to the lining of the shoe, thus making it , very flexible. After ironing, carried out on the heated last, the lining and footbed are sewn to the upper.

Mainly used for moccasins and ballerinas, but can also be found in shoes higher than the malleolus.

This workmanship gives the footwear a special softness and comfort, undoubtedly representing an example of made-in-Italy production technique. Compared to other constructions, this one is mainly used in the more summery collections.