World’s most expensive men’s dress shoes cost $38,000 per pair
October 16, 2010
Priced at a whopping $38,000 per pair, the new men’s dress shoes from the house of Testoni are the most expensive in the world. Testoni, founded in Bologna in 1929 by Amedeo Testoni, meticulously handcrafts the Moro monk-strap model in the world's finest exotic alligator skin using the techniques of Norvegese (aka Norwegian construction) for durability and superior water resistance. The shoes are stitched with custom-made linen twine, lined with glove-soft goatskin and festooned with a gold and diamond buckle.
Testoni also goes for a second proprietary process, called the piuma rapid, to make the outrageous pair of shoes. The process takes 200 operations to complete. They make a pair, deconstruct it and then again put it back together. It allows the shoes to be lightweight and guarantees protection from hot, cold and humid weather. For those who love to spend heavily on shoes, the Testoni’s Moro monk-strap model is a must-have.
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