Santoni’s new boot collection is all about something covering the vamp area of the boot, whether it is a strap, some kind of spat or even a kilt. It is quite interesting to be honest. It may not be everone’s cup of tea but at least it is not the same ‘ol boring crap season after season. And that is what Santoni is good for. At heart they are a classic company, but in reality they are like a mix between a fashion house and an old school factory. They aren’t afraid to push the boundaries of design and attempt to reinvent the wheel. Not all of it comes out great, but some of it does. And I would be lying if I said that I would not wear any of these, because I would probably happily have them all in my wardrobe, particularly the blue monk boots!!
Hi Justin, recently I’ve bought a pair of Santoni’s midnight blue cap-toe lace-ups that are manually aged aka have different shades of blue and some small brownish spots. So would love your advise re how to take care of them as Santoni does advise to use neutral cteam/wax occasionally, only for cleaning purposes?