05 May 2014
Superga in Firenze
Walking is the mode of transport when in Florence. I wouldn't be caught without the People's Shoe of Italy to traverse the terrain. My Superga trainers climbed the 223 steps of the Palazzo Vecchio's Torre Arnolfo and strolled around the Uffizi. This navy staple has pilgrimaged across the Arno to the grave of Carlo Lorenzini at San Miniato al Monte, and to the graves of Michelangelo, Machiavelli, Galileo, and Matas at Basilica di Santa Croce. After spending extensive time under the Tuscan sun, I was especially elated to wear them to dinner. They are stylish even when covered in dirt.