Thierry Rabotin was among the first and few shoe designers to revive the traditional Italian method of shoe making called the Sacchetto construction into modern shoe designs.
Sacchetto is translated from Italian meaning “small sachet” and refers to how the shoes are made.
Sacchetto Construction – Thierry Rabotin
This is a demanding technique that requires the leather, usually Napa leather, to be sewn like a sac directly to the shoe’s upper. As a result, wearers experience the softest hugging comfort in light and flexible shoes that adapt to the movement and curvature of the feet.
The Cara wedges are hand crafted by Thierry Rabotin’s skilled artisans in Italy using the Sacchetto method. They are suede sling backs with colorful elastic ribbons. Flexible natural rubber was used to make the sole and Poron padding was utilized for footbed support. For a more customized fit, the buckle on the heel strap can be adjusted to a wearer’s preference.
Leading Brand of Sacchetto Shoes
Being one of the most recognizable brand of Sacchetto shoes around, Thierry Rabotin’s shoes do not follow the seasonal trend. Instead, they were created for the individuals who appreciate classical style, high quality materials, luxe comfort, and superb craftsmanship.