The three ‘Special Editions’ of shoes crafted by Norman Vilalta have been a great success with the stock quickly diminishing. If you’re still in the market for these exceptional editions, there is a short time remaining to reserve a pair at Shop.normanvilalta.com
Almost sold out (with only three pairs remaining) is the artisanal 1202 model, totally handmade with steel tips and shoe trees included.
To review, Norman offers these three “amped-up models” exclusively to PG readers :
MODEL 1 : THE “1202”, FULLY HANDMADE
The name of this shoe is 1202. The year 1202 is the founding year of the Master Shoemaker’s Guild in Barcelona, of which Norman is a member. It is the first fully handcrafted ready-to-wear (RTW) model of Vilalta.
The idea intention behind this exclusive initiative of Norman Vilalta is to allow a greater number of gentlemen to access an experience that will be extremely close to bespoke in the way the shoe is designed, crafted and personalized, including interaction with the Master shoemaker. During the process, you’ll be able to see your shoe being crafted (photos, videos) and you will have multiple exchanges with the Maestro, but for a price much less expensive than traditional bespoke!
MODEL 2 : THE DEACON CHELSEA BOOT
The Deacon Chelsea Boot has quickly become one of the most famous and acclaimed models of Norman Vilalta around the world.
This special edition includes special features that are not findable on “standard” models (e.g., metal tips, rubber encrusted soles and hand nailed and hand polished brass initials in the sole).
MODEL 3 : THE “BLACK COLLECTION”
The idea behind this collection is simple but extremely efficient : these black shoes are simply not black ! The black color is hand painted above a layer of a first color (blue, brown, burgundy, grey) in order to provide the shoe with stunning properties when exposed to the light or the sun.
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Norman Vilalta special editions for PG : Shop.normanvilalta.com
For any questions or requests, you may also write Norman directly at firstname.lastname@example.org