Men’s laceup brown, made in italy, handmade
The Bergamo Marmo Men's Oxford
The Bergamo Marmo Men's Oxford
The Bergamo Marmo Men's Oxford
The Bergamo Marmo Men's Oxford

The Bergamo Marmo Men's Oxford

Regular price USD $ 795.00 USD

This shoe will fit true to size.

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BeltColor: Belt in Deco Giallo Okra

BeltColor: Belt in Deco Marmo

Collection: SPQR

Color: Brown

Color: Burgundy / Red

construction: Flex

Material: Leather

New Arrival


Sole: Rubber

Type: Lace-up


A men’s oxford is an essential for a corporate setting. The Bergamo is a hybrid of classic design + Italian craftsmanship + modern comfort. This cap toe derby is made with our new Fiddleback Gomma sole which incorporates a rubber fore sole with a leather stack heel. The combination of the Technogel inner sole, the flex construction, and rubber sole result in a very comfortable shoe. This Italian men’s shoe is an updated classic that offers both elegance and comfort. Pair them with suits or separate trousers for a refined look. The marble color brings up grey and navy suits.

Complimentary Returns & Exchanges.


A note about coloration and finishing

Our leather products are colored by hand and each shoe will show small variations in color due to this meticulous and time consuming hand coloration process. Please also note that lighting will also effect the representation of our products when viewed online through different computers and phones. We live in a world of mass production but Di Bianco is not part of that world. We are proud to hand finish our products and beautiful variances will occur, which we believe makes them even more special. Although we try to represent the optimal color online, we cannot guarantee the color of your item will match 100%. If you would like to have a better idea of your desired shoe’s actual finish please feel free to email us and we will be happy to send pictures, especially if you are trying to match a shoe to a particular belt or bag.

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