Sneakers are one of the hottest trends in footwear, but where do you find the best Italian sneakers? It's not as easy as you might think! There are so many different brands and styles to choose from. We've put together a complete guide for buying handmade Italian sneakers that will help take some of the confusion out of shopping for them online.

What size sneakers should I buy US to the UK to EU?


Men's Size Conversions
US
Sizes
Euro
Sizes
UK
Sizes
6 39 5.5
6.5 39 6
7 40 6.5
7.5 40-41 7
8 41 7.5
8.5 41-42 8
9 42 8.5
9.5 42-43 9
10 43 9.5
10.5 43-44 10
11 44 10.5
11.5 44-45 11
12 45 11.5
13 46 12.5
14 47 13.5
15 48 14.5
16 49 15.5

Are handmade Luxury Italian sneakers expensive?

Yes. These shoes will be some of the most expensive sneakers in the world. These brands use artisan tailoring techniques to create every shoe and sneaker, and therefore you can expect to pay as much as $5000 for a pair.

This means that you will have to take extra care of them, as you don't want to accidentally ruin them. We recommend that you don't go to nightclubs wearing these shoes, as they will get ruined fairly quickly.

If you do spill something on your sneakers, don't panic! Depending on the fabric, there will be a specific way to clean them. Just don't use the wrong method of cleaning - you will completely ruin your shoes.

What materials are handmade Italian sneakers made from?

You have a huge choice of fabrics and materials to choose from, the most popular of which are:

  • Leather sneakers
  • Crocodile leather sneakers
  • Suede leather sneakers
  • Deer leather
  • Cashmere and Polyester
  • Cotton PL and PU

Where can I buy handmade Luxury Italian designer brand sneakers online?

The best place to buy them is from a reputable seller. It is hard to know whether the seller is legitimate or not

Here at IsuiT we pride ourselves in our ability to source some of the highest quality Italian designer brands in the world

Our brand list includes:

  1. Diesel
  2. KNT Kiton
  3. Premiata
  4. Stefano Ricci
  5. FEFÈ Glamour Pochette
  6. Tom Ford
  7. Kiton

Best Italian sneakers brands list

  1. Kiton Handmade Sneakers


We have just received a new order of beautifully crafted handmade Kiton sneakers. The quality is undeniable. If you are aware of this fantastic Neapolitan brand, then they do not need any introduction

Maybe you're thinking about combining a suit with some sneakers, check out this article to find out what we here at IsuiT think of this combination!


Orange crocodile leather sneakers from Kiton


Kiton are the kings of handmade quality, and this is reflected in their sneakers as much as their suits

KITON BLUE LEATHER SNEAKERS SHOES

Our latest collection of Kiton sneakers is unbeatable - and the prices are excellent too


Take a look around and see what you think!


  1. Premiata Italian Sneakers

Although not handmade, these newcomers into the Italian sneaker market exploded over Italy

Premiata Sneakers Lander Italian Designer Brand

In fact, it’s rare to walk through Italy and not see a few pairs of these modern trainers everywhere you look

White Italian designer brand sneakers premiata

There is a general rule about Italy - and it’s a slight adaptation of the saying “When in Rome - Do as the Italians do”


I would like to change that slightly to “When Italians do something - you should do it too!”


These leather and cotton Premiata Italian designer brand sneakers are perfect for sport - and they’re really not that expensive!


  1. Stefano Ricci handmade White Leather Italian Sneakers

The master of exuberant Italian style, Stefano Ricci offers some of the most exclusive materials in the world. Included in this are their 100% Deer Leather sneakers which you can find below

Stefano Ricci handmade 100% Deer leather sneakers

These quality sneakers are handmade white Italian sneakers with a blue edge, giving them a modern design. 


They would look great with a pair of Stefano Ricci Jeans


  1. KNT Kiton - Handmade Canvas, leather sneakers


KNT is a Kiton company - creating clothes in the same way as their sister company - but with a slightly more modern twist

Gray Canvas italian designer brand sneakers

Their collection of sneakers are unbelievably high quality, and of course handmade

You won’t find sneakers as high quality as these anywhere else in the world

Shop them today at IsuiT - Italian Luxury

100% Calfskin and PL KNT Handmade Italian Sneakers


We work closely with all of these brands - and KNT Kiton is no exception


We are proud to offer you these Italian designer branded sneakers, in canvas, leather, and more!


  1. Tom Ford Leopard Print Leather Shoes


Tom Ford is known around the world as one of the most innovative designers ever seen. Their designs are used by celebrities around the world to appear on the red carpet and more

Tom Ford 100% leather leopard skin print sneakers

Get your red carpet feeling with these Tom Ford sneakers, perfect for those with a fiesty nature


100% Handmade, Made in Italy - These Tom Ford sneakers are some of the highest quality in the world!


  1. FEFÈ Glamour Pochette off-white Leather Sneakers


Another company from Napoli, FEFÈ take pride in everything they do. Normally focusing on pocket squares, handkerchiefs, bowties and more - FEFÈ also make sneakers

fefe pochette 100% leather sneakers with blue pattern

Sometimes pure white sneakers can look a little strange, and therefore these designer Italian sneakers are instead cream white. Cream white is very popular in Italy, and as we said before, we recommend following what the Italians do


100% Leather, Made in Italy and with the classic FEFÈ pattern at the back, these sneakers are affordable and will blow away anyone that sees them


  1. Diesel 100% Leather pure white sneakers

Diesel is a well-known company around the world

Diesel sneakers for sport italian designer brand

They are significantly cheaper than most of the other brands on this list - and we, therefore, recommend them for sport


You wouldn’t want to wear an incredibly expensive pair of Kiton handmade sneakers to a bar, but these diesel sneakers would do the job nicely


You can pick up a pair from IsuiT - Italian Luxury today!

Looking to choose a pair of designer jeans to go with your new sneakers? Check out this article here

What are sneakers?

Sneakers are shoes that cover the foot and the ankle and are typically made of leather or synthetic material. They are also called trainers, athletic shoes, tennis shoes, gym shoes etc. Sneakers is the American word for trainers - but trainers are more for sport whereas sneakers are for fashion or sport.

What is difference between sneakers and shoes?

The difference between sneakers and other types of shoes is that this type of shoe has a rubber sole on the bottom which makes it ideal for sports. Other types of footwear like boots or high heels don't have soles on them, which make them better to wear with formal attire than sneakers.

How should sneakers fit?

Sneakers should fit around the heel. The shoe should be tight enough to go around your heel but not so tight that it's too hard to take off. If the shoe isn't tight, then it won't provide you with any support. You should also be able to feel your toes without squeezing them because if there's too much space in the sneaker then it won't be good for your feet.

How much room should be in the toe of a shoe?

The clearance in the toe of a shoe should be enough to allow your toes to move and feel free in the shoe. This is because when there's too much space it can potentially cause overuse injuries in your feet and lead to other problems. It's important that you don't fill up all spaces in the shoe with your toes, but there needs to be enough room for your toes so they're not squished and pushed against the front of the shoe.

Should you size up or down in sneakers?

You generally want your sneakers to fit your feet. True size is usually what's best, but if you wear a half size then sizing up or down may be an option that might work for you. When there's too much room in the shoes, it could lead to potential overuse injuries in your foot and other problems. It's important that you don't fill up all spaces in the shoe with your toes, but there needs to be enough room for them so they're not squished up against the front of the shoe. Most people recommend you get 0.5 sizes too large, as too large is better than too small

how to wash sneakers by hand

You should only wash your sneakers by hand if they're really dirty and you can't wait to wear them for a while. To know if it's the right time, first look at the rubber toe and heel of the shoe: if it looks like dirt or oil is embedded in those areas, then you should wash them by hand.

Utilize lightly soapy water and a cloth to scrub away any dirt. If soap doesn't do the trick, try using some household cleaner such as bleach or disinfectant (but make sure not to mix it with your skin). Rinse thoroughly with cold water and use a cloth to dry off. When you're ready to wear your shoes again, sprinkle them with some foot powder and let it dry. Use only water if the material is exotic such as crocodile leather.

How to wear white sneakers

There are several ways that you can wear your white sneakers. You can wear them with jeans, with shorts, with dress pants, with pants, or even with pyjamas. It all depends on your preference and what you like to pair it with.

You can accompany your sneakers with something smart or something casual. This is the advantage of having a beautiful pair of sneakers, they are versatile and you can wear them with a lot of different things.

How to stop sneakers from squeaking

Don't step too hard when you walk. Give the soles a chance to compress before you take another step. This will reduce the friction that causes squeaking. If your sneakers are still squeaking it is likely they are poor quality - you should buy some of the sneakers listed in this article instead!

How to wear sneakers with bootcut jeans

Bootcut Jeans are jeans with a flared leg. They can be straight or flared in the leg. The flare in the leg is usually wider at the thigh than near the bottom of the pant. You need a pair of sneakers which matches the style of the bootcut jeans - Premiata for example. Kiton also does a huge array of different sneakers which will go well with bootcut jeans

How to keep white sneakers clean

The most important thing in keeping your sneakers clean is to keep the dirt away from the rubber. When you have a lot going on in your life, it's easy to forget habits that keep you healthy and happy - like washing your shoes. There are a few things that can cause dirt to be stuck on the rubber of the shoe, but the most common one is when you're walking around outside and kicking up dirt or sand from the ground.

The best way to stop this from happening is by wiping off the shoe before you wear them again. It will take a few seconds and will make a major difference in how long they last - plus, your feet will thank you for not stepping in all that dirt! You can also go ahead and wash the shoe on a gentle cycle, but make sure to use cold water and not hot.

How often you should clean your sneakers is going to depend on how dirty they get. If you wear them every day then it might be worth cleaning them once or twice per month rather than waiting until there's visible dirt in the rubber of the sole. The key thing is that you don't wait too long.

If your sneakers do get really dirty then there's no shame in washing them by hand (although to be honest it usually isn't necessary). Make sure to use a gentle soap and make multiple rinses until the water runs clear. If they're still squeaking after this, you can try using some other household cleaners. Just be careful not to use anything too harsh as you could damage the rubber or other parts of your shoe.

How long do sneakers last

I'll tell you about the durability of sneakers and how long they typically last. It all depends on what kind of materials they're made from, but the average sneaker will last at least a year. If you take care of them and treat them right, your sneakers can last up to 5 years! High-quality sneakers such as the ones listed in this article should last a lifetime.