Oliveri - Black Motorcycle Leather

Performance and luxury is the best way I like to describe the Oliveri. Combining a light weight performance sole with high end leathers, this style is perfect for the person who is always on the go, but wants to look great in the process. We designed this shoe from the inside out by incorporating high performance lining materials that keep your feet cool with an added poron insole lined with lamb suede.

Materials: Genuine black motorcycle leather, Neoprene collar, Mesh lining, Medial side multi-colored snake print leather toe bumper 


Reflective laces

Varsity letter OB patches

Lightweight black EVA out-sole

Medial side eyelets for ventilation

Luxury performance insole 

Returns/Exchanges: There are currently NO returns, only an exchange of product or customer credit that may be granted

Shipping: Prices will vary depending on shipping locations. Exact prices to ship a product are determined based on weight, size, and the shipping time of the package. Pricing does NOT include any taxes, or duties owed to countries outside the US. For expedited shipping, additional costs may apply

Production Time: Once an order is placed, your order will be processed. Please allow a few days between production and packaging. The finished product will be packaged and shipped once completed. A confirmation notice will be sent to you once complete

Sizing: All shoes are based on US sizing.

Product Care: Included in your packaged box is a cleaning kit that comes with a bottle of cleaning solution and brush. Color bleeding of the lamb suede lining will occur having been dipped in dye and worked and will continue to do so after the initial and a few subsequent wearing’s; however, this will subside and no longer continue. The dye will generally come out of all socks simply by washing on a normal setting accompanied with the appropriate cleansers. To avoid excessive bleeding be sure to stay clear of moist areas and make sure to store your shoes in cool, dry spaces inside of you OBF velvet dust bags when not in use. This is a normal occurrence and not a manufacturing defect.