Shoe lacing; a skill, a technique, an art! Historically shoe laces date back to 3000 B.C. and were actually any means to hold the foot cover together – rudimentary strands of grass or natural strings. Hence traditionally laces were made of any natural material like leather, hemp and cotton. Today dress shoe laces are made … More Lace-up
#Brogues are a great way to spruce up your dress shoes whilst adding a bit of classic British culture. A few pairs of brogues in your wardrobe add character. “Every man should have at least one pair of brogue shoes and once you increase the number of shoes in your collection, probably half of your shoes or … More CIZMAR Brogues – Shoes for all occasions
The American shoe factory A.G. Spalding created and introduced the saddle shoe in 1906. First designed for indoor sports, the separate waist piece was reinforced and intended to bring additional support for the instep. The interesting and comfortable pairs were quickly worn by the thousands, and gained tremendous support among the youth both on and … More Saddle Oxfords – historically an American style & surprisingly designed for indoor sports!