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The Casanova whole cut is an evil piece of shoemaking epitomized by the sculpted toe. These shoes are not for the timid or traditionalist they are bold and meant to be worn with a bit of devilish swagger.
Features: Pullman Last, Ebene Calfskin, Single Leather Soles
The Dover is Edward Green’s signature shoe — a blucher with a hand-sewn vamp. The hand-sewing process is so delicate that a pig’s bristle must be used to sew rather than a needle. We’ve made these Dovers in Edward Green’s Rosewood Country Calf. This shoe is one for the ages: comfortable, useful, and very unique.
Features: 606 Last, Rosewood Country Calf, Ridgeway Soles
This is a winterized version of Gaziano & Girling’s classic Rothschild oxford. With a storm welt and Ridgeway soles, it’s tough enough to get you through rain, sleet, snow, and anything else that the season may throw your way. Made in beautiful chestnut hatch grain, it pairs well with blues and greys.
Features: MH71 last, Chestnut Hatch Grain, Ridgeway soles
The split toe is a classic shoe that’s highly versatile, as it looks organic with suits as well as denim. Saint Crispin’s model 508HA is no exception. We’ve made it on the chiseled last in medium brown calfskin, which makes it stand out from your typical dark brown dress shoes. Plus, the handsewing along the vamp and toe make this pair particularly special.
Features: Chiseled Last, SCO 074, Vibram Soles