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
GoodyearThe Goodyear construction was conceived and patented in 1839 by Charles Goodyear, the genius who invented English shoes: the strip of leather running around the outside edge of the shoe, called welt, is stitched through and attached to the upper and the insole. Between the insole and outsole is placed a midsole, usually made of cork, which assumes an insulating and comfort function, as a sort of ‘cushion’ that adapts to the shape of the foot. The result is a shoe of great value and extreme comfort, at the same time ... practically indestructible.
Box CalfHigh grade calf leather, the box calf is one of the oldest type of leather used in the hight quality shoes. The smooth finish offers a sophisticated appearance. Some scratches may appear due to a very fine aniline finish.
Dainite rubberFamous traditional rubber sole made in UK since 1894 made with a high percentage of rubber to improve comfort and durability. Dainite sole is a choice of the most discerning of footwear manufacturers.
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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