Tuesday, 19 March 2013
The shoes are brogues of course, the original fusion of refined craft and rugged utility in service of sartorial travel. Built in Great Britain using a traditional Goodyear construction complete with leather soles laid over hand troweled cork-paste footbeds and stitched to the upper via a goodyear welt. But tradition gives way to modern practicality as conventional laces are exchanged for the pull-on-and-go convenience of a contemporary elastic gore assembly.
- Design by Art Comes First.
- Picture by Bent René Synnevåg.
- Words by Liam Maher.