Crafted by New & Lingwood

Dark Brown Grain Leather Double Monk Shoes With Dainite Sole

$ 617
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Flamboyant and fun – two unexpected ways to describe one of Britain’s oldest sartorial menswear brands. Their well-made, intrinsically British pieces are cut with character – playing with pattern and texture to help gents step out in style. The Grain Leather Double Monk Shoes With Dainite Sole are a pair of monk strap shoes in leather.

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Description

New & Lingwood’s a historical menswear brand with contemporary flair – combining prints and patterns with techniques that date back to 1865. Their flamboyant, fun fashion has a sartorial edge. Helping discerning gents dress for any occasion. The Grain Leather Double Monk Shoes With Dainite Sole have a striking construction – two straps take the place of laces, and give the shoes an elegant look. They're handmade and Goodyear welted for durability, and are comfortable enough for long days in the city with a dainite sole.

Story

New & Lingwood has been helping gents dress for the occasion since 1865 – whether the occasion is lounging in luxury or stepping out in style. Founded in Eton – the lap of luxury – the sartorial menswear brand began by fitting scholars and college masters, and has since branched out to locations in central London. And while the scholars still head here first for their finery, it’s loved by all gents who prefer clothing with character, and their sartorial fashion with a playful edge.

Features

• Eschews Laces in Favour Of A Doubled Buckled Strap, • Longer, Graceful Lines from Heel to Toe, • Hand-crafted in Northamptonshire, England

Special Care

• To help prolong the life of your calf leather shoes, it is important to regularly treat the uppers with a high-quality wax polish to protect the leather and give a high shine finish. • If your shoe uppers are Suede or Nubuck, they can be treated using a specialist protector spray, or rubber suede brush to remove any dirt or debris. • Leather shoes can expand when wet and can often take a day to fully dry out, even from natural perspiration. Using wooden shoe trees will help to absorb moisture and maintain the shape of the shoes as they dry out.