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ANVIL X VELASCA

ODE TO WILD LIFE

It happens that two different worlds are driven by common values. After meeting up with Anvil, we created a shoe collection to reinterprets tradition.

CONCEIVED FOR URBAN STYLE

Elegance is good, yeah, but adding a bit of personality is even better; luckily Phonz and San Marco have plenty of it. It all started on a rainy November day in a local bar: Marco is having a sip of a drink while Phonz is coming to pick him up because, as always, he’s chasing a dream.

Cheetah

Cognac beige laced Boots in suede leather. The look is classic but they’ve got plenty of character.

Dark brown laced Boots in suede leather. The look is classic but they’ve got plenty of character.

Black laced Boots in suede leather. The look is classic but they’ve got plenty of character.

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Triton

Dark brown Boots with a lateral Monk Strap in full-grain leather. They’re perfect for the man who lives the city owning it.

Cognac beige Boots with a lateral Monk Strap in suede leather. They’re perfect for the man who lives the city owning it.

Black Boots with a lateral Monk Strap in full-grain leather. They’re perfect for the man who lives the city owning it.

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Cuda

Classic black Oxfords in full-grain leather with a strong attitude.

The classic one.

Classic black Oxfords in suede leather with a strong attitude. The classic one.

Classic dark brown Oxfords in full-grain leather with a strong attitude. The classic one.

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Why are they called this?

Cuda

Plymouth Barracuda is the first-ever American “Pony Car”; a high-performance car with a little body. At the time, it was a real innovation.

Why are they called this?

Cheetah

It’s the ancestor of the Hummer, built for the American Army by Lamborghini in collaboration with Mobility Technology International in San José (California).

Why are they called this?

Triton

As an acronym of the brands Triumph and Norton, it gives name to a special motorbike, famous within the 1960s café racer fellows.

LIVED IN THE WILD WORLD

The fast-moving life of Phonz and San Marco needs a perfect outfit for every situation. The wild collection designed with Anvil is about the encounter between classic style and the world of hard working men. The freedom to show their own style has no limits.

Pursang

Dark brown low Boots in full-grain leather. They’re comfy in town but tough for your free time.

Black low Boots in full-grain leather. They’re comfy in town but tough for your free time.

Gray solid Boots in rustic leather. They’re comfy in town but tough for your free time.

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Willys

Dark brown laced Boots in suede leather. The perfect compromise between wearing a comfy but solid, vintage shoe.

Black laced Boots in full-grain leather. The perfect compromise between wearing a comfy but solid, vintage shoe.

Dark brown laced Boots in full-grain leather. The perfect compromise between wearing a comfy but solid, vintage shoe.

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Scout

Gray Chelsea Boots in rustic leather. An evergreen model modernized by Anvil.

Dark brown Chelsea Boots in full-grain leather. An evergreen model modernized by Anvil.

Black Chelsea Boots in full-grain leather. An evergreen model modernized by Anvil.

Dark Brown Chelsea Boots in suede leather. An evergreen model modernized by Anvil.

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Commando

It’s the best choice to protect your shoe every time you ride your motorbike.

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Why are they called this?

Pursang

From the Spanish “thoroughbred”, it’s a motorbike by Catalan Bultaco, a 1970s cross icon. Back in the day, it was considered futuristic: entire generations loved its design.

Why are they called this?

Willys

During World War II, this vehicle was the highest in terms of production number. Because of its “Go Devil” engine, everyone fell in love with it.

Why are they called this?

Scout

Made in only 24 months by International Harvester in 1961, it’s the modern SUV. Its clean and squared shape made it a 4x4 icon right from the beginning.

Why are they called this?

Commando

British production company Norton picked up the company with this model. Thanks to Wolf Ohlins and his innovative design, the “Fastback” series got in the market; this term was first used for cars.

THE BEHIND-THE-SCENES

Hidden city spots and nature’s isolated landscapes. We’re telling you about the places where we shot this campaign and the rides we used to move around.

Where have we been?

AMONG THE RUINS

We started in Milan, where the old Fiera and Alfa Romeo Factory were based; it’s now house of the modern CityLife. Then towards Parma, between the ruins of a thousand-year old castle: Roccalanzona. Legend tells that two lovers jumped off the Pietra Corva cliff so they would never be divided again. At full moon you can still see two cloaks flying by.

What rides did we use?

OUR RIDES

Our journey started urban with an Indian Scout Bobber (2018) and an Indian Scout (2018). Then, the scenery turned wild with a last series Jeep Grand Wagoneer (SJ) (1989), and it moved on with the iconic Ducati Scrambler 450 (1970) and a Honda Cb Twin 450 (1972) customized by hand directly by Anvil.

In the magazine we tell stories about (real) Italian crafts. We bet you’ve never seen two Anvil like these?