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Italian Footwear Collection

Italian Footwear Collection

Italians are as famous for their footwear as they are for their fabrics, so when it came time to develop our first footwear collection, we naturally called on the Italians to help us out.

Made in Italy by a small family business, they feature leather uppers, leather lining and leather soles. We believe you'll love wearing them so much that you'll eventually need a new pair of laces, so we've thrown them in for good measure.

To ensure they last, here are three tips to follow; wear them a couple of times on dry days and then have a rubber sole attached; buy some shoe trees and put them into your shoes when you take them off at the end of the day; never wear your shoes two days in a row, just like your suit, they need a day to rest between wearing.

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