|Fits as expected||
- Synthetic sole
- Heel measures approximately 3.25"
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Get back to basics in the sleek, uncomplicated lines of Franco Sarto's Ulrich mary jane. This girlhood classic gets a very ladylike interpretation thanks to a 3.25-inch heel for curves and a cap toe for interest. A leather upper makes for durable wear while a grippy sole keeps your strut sure wherever you turn heads in Franco Sarto.
More than the name of a footwear brand, Franco Sarto the man is the driving inspiration and passion behind the actual designs. By the age of 14, Sarto was working in a shoe factory where his job was to hand-last shoes with a hammer and nails. It is Sarto's start as a cobbler, and his passion as a designer that makes him a rarity in the business. He designs his shoes both with the sweat and blood of a technician and the grace and beauty of a world-renowned fashion designer. To this day, Sarto hand sketches many of his designs. Franco Sarto understands a woman's undying passion for shoes and is dedicated to keeping that passion alive by crafting beautiful shoes that bring joy to women around the world.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B007KHCAX6
- Item model number: ULRICH
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 5, 2012
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I love these shoes! They are quite beautiful, quality made, expensive looking and very comfortable!!! The heel is just right!Published on June 2, 2014 by Doris M. Barnes
first time a Franco Sarto didn't fit, oh well, I will contine to buy this brand in the future for surePublished on March 14, 2014 by Robin Chilcott