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Friday, March 2, 2012

GEE WAWA (USA) 'Flatform' Shoe

California-based shoe label Gee WaWa hits the sweet spot with this kid suede ‘flatform’ at a very wearable height.
While the shape of the shoe simulates a vintage Prada platform from the 1940s, the vibrant colour-blocking is inspired by Art Deco furniture from the same period.
The contour of the shoe is designed to rock forward, giving it a comfortable motion.
The footbed, meanwhile, is nice and cushy - thanks to a fully cushioned and leather-wrapped insole.
And finally, the rounded toe box, ankle strap (for secure wear), d'Orsay sides, and hand-stiched leather sole finish this playful yet stylish look you’d be hard-pressed to find anywhere else.

The totally charming silhouette works a million different ways.

Pronounced just like Chihuahua, the dog, Gee WaWa shoes have a handmade, artisan quality that puts the brand on the shoe map. Made of top-shelf materials like vegetable-dyed leathers, calf suedes, and distressed leathers, Gee WaWa shoes promulgate a distinctive Bohemian-edgy identity that is inspired by the casual lifestyles of Northern California and the North West. The collection’s high-quality craftsmanship is especially apparent in their padded soles, which keep styles from being uncomfortable.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have been wearing a pair of flatforms for two years. They are my most comfortable shoes and I get lots of compliments.