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​Thierry Rabotin Zoilo Platform Loafers

May 08 2018 06:58 PM

Fresh and ready for the Spring-Summer-Fall seasons is the Thierry Rabotin Zoilo platform loafer, a smart, lightweight smoking slipper-style shoe available in black leather and taupe suede. Wear this subdued yet stylish loafer to work or during a long-haul flight.

 Zolio in Taupe

Walk on air in Stylish and Comfortable Sandals


The world-renowned makers at  Thierry Rabotin’s Italy facility put a lot of time, thought, and care into the design and construction of their shoes. Each pair of Thierry Rabotin shoes is made of all natural materials and is designed to keep you comfortable whether you’re on your feet all day or live in your skirt suits from 7 to midnight. The shoes are also constructed by hand using the sacchetto method, a special type of shoemaking method that ensures the interior part of the shoe will conform to the foot and won’t cause any blistering or injury to your heel. 

The Zoilo Platform loafer comes with all the trappings of Thierry Rabotin shoes. This low, 1-inch heeled shoe is lined with soft, seamless leather and a moderately supportive footbed with Poron Comfort cushioning throughout. The shoe also has a thin rubber sole with a strong tread to keep you steady in wet and dry conditions.

 

Smoking Slippers, Elevated


The Zoilo is lightweight and easy to wear either for long days spent at the office or during a long-haul flight. Pair your black or taupe suede Zoilos with your neatest suit or a smart white pencil skirt and a striped top. For a more casual look, try wearing your Zoilos with a pair of jeans, an airy blue scarf, and a wool vest.

Zolio in Black
Where to Find the Thierry Rabotin Zoilo Platform Loafer


Looking for shoe stores in Chicago that carry the Zoilo? Hanig’s Footwear has you covered. Hanig’s is a born and bred Chicago shoe store with one location in the Plaza Del Lago in Wilmette and another in the 875 North Michigan building (Formerly the Hancock, #RIP) on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile.

 

 

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