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Lovely leather footwear from Italy via Putney

If you're looking for something a bit different in your road footwear, then it's worth checking out Dromarti's range of handmade Italian leather shoes. There's three models: the Storica, a classic clip-and-strap shoe; the Sportivo with SPD drillings and a bit of tread; and the one we've got our hands on, the Race, which is a rigid Carbon sole with a 3-point fixing married to a ventilated leather upper.  It's a very, very lovely looking thing and well made to boot. £139 (plus £5.75 P&P) isn't cheap, of course, but you can spend a lot more on road shoes. All shoes are available in sizes 37 to 47. Watch this space for a review in the coming weeks. First impressions from our tester are... gushing.

See the range at www.dromarti.com

Dave is a founding father of road.cc and responsible for kicking the server when it breaks. In a previous life he was a graphic designer but he's also a three-time Mountain Bike Bog Snorkelling world champion, and remains unbeaten through the bog. Dave rides all sorts of bikes but tends to prefer metal ones. He's getting old is why.

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Anonymous (not verified) [368 posts] 7 years ago
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A really, really good look. Some combination of beautiful leather shoes, fitted but not clinging 3/4 length trousers, a plain coloured shirt with no writing on it and no nipple-chafing, sunnies and a nice hat and your average recreational club rider would be a happier person on the bike. The mpore of "this sort of thing" the better.

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Anonymous (not verified) [368 posts] 7 years ago
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I agree. They look very nice indeed. Wonder whether they'll take standard Look cleats.

I reckon they'll look fantastic with my khaki Rapha merino jersey.

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Simon [43 posts] 7 years ago
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Not so sure m'self. Don't think i'd spend 140 notes on 'em. Rather have some other Italian footwear Sidi - OOOHHH YEEESSSS