Levius shoes are produced in the Veneto shoe district
Suspended on water; evanescent when it emerges from the mist of the lagoon; light and impalpable like a dream. It is Venice, the city that gave birth to a brand of footwear that took its name precisely from lightness: Levius.
Founded by Marco Dalla Torre, an entrepreneur with more than twenty years of experience in sportswear and streetwear under his belt, the brand was born in 2015 and since then it has been producing shoes that bring together two worlds – sneakers and traditional footwear – creating models that are well suited to being used all day.
Entirely made in the Veneto footwear district by artisans using Italian leather (Nappa calf, suede or vegetable-tanned, greased or waxed for greater waterproofness – after all, the headquarters of Levius are in watery Venice), the shoes are characterised by simple lines, by soles made of EVA (ethylene-vinyl acetate) or rubber, and by lycra coupled with nylon for the heel area, which ensures softness and has become something of a brand trademark.
If the drop of the logo recalls the water of the city from which everything started, even the colours of the winter collection (see gallery below) are inspired by those of the lagoon.