Springa was born from the desire to create something exclusive, not by making a product available only to a select few, but by not making it in series
The ideas come from everyday life, taking unused clothes and objects and giving them a new life in a creative and artistic way. Hawaiian shirts, ties, t-shirts, leather jackets from the 1960s, suede jackets, inner tubes, and bales of coffee are cut, assembled, and sewn using typical Italian craftsmanship to form each unique pair of shoes. They are unique because no material is the same as any other: the patterns of Hawaiian shirts are all different; the t-shirts each have different prints, text, images; the leather and suede jackets are different shapes, and have different pockets, finishings and stitching; none of the ties are alike, the inner tubes look similar, but they all come from different sources (trucks, tractors, cars), some have patches, and sometimes weather conditions have discolored them; the jute coffee bales are printed with the stamps and brands of different producers and the different places they come from.
Each Springa product has its own story and its own individuality. Unique.