Gibson brogue shoes, Oxford ShoesGIBSON

  • Modern Leather Brogue shoe stem and roots date back to Scotland and Ireland.
Product code: BUTY M803A
Warranty: 24 miesiące
33,11 EUR
2980 pts
149 pts

Modern Leather Brogue shoes stem and roots date back to Scotland and Ireland. In the sixteenth / seventeenth century, the shoes of such a cut were made of rawhide leather with perforations that allowed draining water from shoes when walking on wet ground. In the nineteenth century by Edward VIII ( Prince of Wales ) have become extremely popular. Currently looking Brogue masculine style has come a long way and is associated with a classic , timeless style , durability and versatility.

Fits most men's wardrobes . Over time , it became a favorite and footwear of choice of young , dynamic and confident men. Shoes are suitable for formal meetings , to date , for everyday use at work, walking around town , visiting the pub or club on campus. As a result , they are extremely stylish and fit clothing in many situations , after their purchase will not be lying in the closet, and will be a favorite , the leather footwear for every occasion. Should underlie the style of " smart casual ".

The darker the color of men's Brogue shoes , this they become more formal.


  • Shoes for men Brogue / Gibson Brogue Shoe ;
  • Made of high quality leather ;
  • Very well made
  • Extremely comfortable and easy to maintain daily
  • Suitable for many outfits
  • Abrasion resistant outsole

24 miesiące - Warranty is granted by the seller for a period of 24 months.

24 miesiące
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