Kiton Otranto Drivers
Driving shoes emerged in Italy in the 1960s as high-end sports cars reached a new height of popularity. As driving transformed from plain practicality to an expression of freedom and luxury, so did its shoes.
The driving shoe’s slender profile and rubber-studded sole were better suited for manipulating pedals than heavy dress shoes, and its simple but supple design allowed a decadently casual comfort.
Today, the driving shoe is largely unchanged—its iconic status and unique design are irreplaceable. Kiton’s interpretations, with their lively color and luxurious suede, accentuate the shoe’s freedom and laidback indulgence. Kiton’s handcrafted quality is, as usual, exceptional.