Created in England in the 1880’s, the eminently stylish Oxford is still considered to be the most elegant of men’s shoes.
is a style of shoe with no lacing, closed by a buckle and strap. It is also known as a monk strap, and has been described as the “most advanced” fornal shoe.
Sometimes referred to as “slip-ons,” loafers are simply shoes that do not utilize a lacing or fastening system, and are instead simply slipped on the foot, is the best choice for travelling.
Also known as the Blucher or Gibson, the shoe throat opens far wider than that of an Oxford-style shoe; suitable for people with a wide forefoot.
Leather boots, normally short, are produced in the same way of the formal shoes, you can find models with or without laces.
Special models for cinema industry, limited series in special skins, individual fully customized VIP shoes.
Top 4 of models produced – November
- Oxfords 30% 30%
- Derbys 9% 9%
- Monks 4% 4%
- Boots 55% 55%
- Classic Shoes 50% 50%
- Casual Shoes 50% 50%
- Shoes for woman 10% 10%
- Shoes for man 90% 90%