The CIZMAR Brogues

The Brogue shoe originated in Ireland, traditionally as outdoor or country walking footwear. It was made of untanned hide with perforations, allowing water to drain when walking on wet ground.

With their perforated and serrated designs, Brogues are now appropriate stylish business and evening wear too. Brogues are commonly found in one of four toe cap styles full or “wingtip”, semi-, quarter and long wing and four closure styles Oxford, Derby, Ghillie, and Monk.

  • The CIZMAR Classic Wingtip Brogues are made in top quality sturdy leather with the characteristic design of decorative holes (or “broguing”) and serration along the pieces’ edges.
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Classic Wingtip Brogue Dress Shoes In Top Quality Brown Leather
Classic Wingtip Brogue Shoes
Classic Wingtip Brogue Shoes In Top Quality Black Leather

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • The CIZMAR Black Army Brogues are in the typical form of sturdy leather shoes with classic Brogue piercings and serrations. The broad toe is the discerning feature here. It adds the military rugged feel to the formal wear. The heavy TPR sole adds to the look.
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Black Army Brogues In Black Leather
  • The CIZMAR Dress Shoe Brogues are in Wingtip style in a trendy tan shade in high quality leatherite.  The narrow toe makes this shoe a smart corporate and business wear favourite. The sole is anti-slip TPR and the low heel gives comfort.
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Wingtip Brogue Dress Shoes In Tan Brown Leather.

In formal wear our Brogue shoes can be teamed with formal suits and jackets and with Chinos and formal trousers in dark washes. In casual wear they can also be smartly worn with slim fit jeans.

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