A sleek and chic boot, with a slight nod to Victorian era. An elegant lace up boot with a pointed toe and block heel and side gussets. This is a boot to wear with a opaque stocking and a-line skirt or your cigarette leg pant and a Blazer with white tee.
Place of manufacture: Spain
About the brand: One summer night in 1989, Francisco held a meeting with his sons Luis and Carlos, when they discussed creating a brand that would identify their product and he had the following idea: let's give our ballerina pumps , known as "francesitas" a Spanish name, let's call them "Hispanitas". And so it began the start of the company we know as Hispanitas. The family goes way back to 1925 when Alfonso Chico de Guzmán grandfather of the present owners of Hispanitas decided to create his own business, calling it Alfama. This modest enterprise was concerned with making shoes during the years before the civil war. Almost a century on and the Hispanitas company sells to over 50 countries and supplies 1 million shoes a year.
Hispanitas use traditional methods and crafts in our manufacturing process, side by side with the state of the art technology. With new designers on board these past few collections, the seasonal stories are strong and directional.
All of the shoes have the tri-flow technology. Essentially it is a three layered footbed, 2 foam, 1 gel layer covered by the leather insole. Unsurpassable comfort, especially for heels. Joy is a choice, says Hispanitas.