Cold feet are a fact of winter, as reliable as dark mornings and drunken Decembers. The shoes you wear the rest of the year round – perforated trainers that let the chill in and low-rise shoes that let the rain in – don’t cut it in the worst of the weather. You need some winter boots and not just one pair, preferably two or three.
This is footwear originally designed for timber yards, hiking trails and the trenches of war; so you can be confident it will get you through a slightly frosty commute. In style, too, because the best winter boots are as good looking as they are practical.
Build your winter outfits from the ground up with this luxe and versatile options
The Christmas period brings with it many things: frosty morning commutes, too much food, big electricity bills and, of course, plenty of parties. While we could quite happily live without two of those things, the latter presents a timely opportunity to get festive with your clothing and your footwear. But we’re not talking ironic reindeer jumpers and snow boots – we mean tastefully styled tailoring and casualwear complemented by slick, seasonally appropriate shoes.
The bespoke shoemaker has introduced a custom driving shoe.
The shoes exude the same level of over-the-top craftsmanship and Florentine flair as the brand’s bespoke dress shoes, but they don’t skip on the technical aspect that make a shoe well-suited for motoring. The shoes are made with a double-layer of material where the leather upper touches the pedal during a heel-toe shifting maneuver, the flexible sole also allows for the wearer to better feel the pedal. Every bespoke pair of driving shoes can be made to match the customer’s sports car, even mirroring the fine stitching details of the vehicle.
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