DerbyDerby shoes are possibly the most versatile of all shoe styles, bridging the gap between smart and easy casual. A Brogue Derby is easily the most recognizable variation, made popular with the introduction of the full country Brogue which was developed for practical uses in the different outfit
McKayThe American Lyman Reed Blake invented this stitching method in 1856 right in the middle of the Industrial Revolution while he was trying to reduce time and cost of processing for a large-scale production. Gordon McKay, who became the official supplier of the US Army during the Civil War, has later perfected it. In summary, McKay processing method provides, by using a special machine, a single stitching with simple or double thread, which simultaneously combines upper, lining, insole and sole. This stitching process, recognizable from inside seam that runs through the insole, provides to the shoe greater flexibility and lightness.
Calf Full GrainFull grain leather is, ‘a fine quality material where the leather’s natural pore structure or ‘grain’ is healthy, and is left untouched. This material is tanned with aniline dyes to bring out its natural characteristics and depth of colour when shoes are finisched and polished.
Leather and rubberGenuine vegetable tanned leather in slow pit tanning - covered with fine non-slip rubber.
Take careFull grain leather care begins with removing any dirt using a soft cloth, followed by the application of a wax of the right color to nourish and protect the leather. Then rub vigorously with the polishing glove to shine it.
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