The purpose of the archive-inspired concept is to display the whole range as a design object and, therefore, a work of art itself. The idea is freeing the product from every kind of embellishment and show it in all its cleanliness.
- Upper in Moleskin heavy cotton fabric, woven and then sheared to create a short, soft pile on one side. The feel and appearance of its nap is similar to felt or chamois, but less plush than velour. This Moleskin fabric comes from the British factory Brisbane Moss, the oldest mill in UK.
- The shoe outsole is made of one piece of rubber. Called a cup sole as the sole unit “cups” the upper. This sole is revived from the ‘70s archives of Superga.
- The classic Superga bumper features a unique detail: it is turned 45° compared to the usual. This gives it a diamond appearance.
- Form follows function. Pressing the foxing with a fudge wheel while glueing it to the upper guarantees an excellent adherence.
- The shoelaces are made in cotton with a waxed effect. This processing technique contributes to adding extra grip and durability.
- This collection’s heel patch logo has been designed to echo the one of Superga tennis shoes from the ‘50s, paying homage to the brand’s origins.