Types of Leather
Our design team work closely with our artisans to hand-select the perfect leather for each shoe, and developing techniques for a unique finish.
A smooth leather generally used on formal shoe styles.
Naturally grained and extremely soft and supple. Paired with our Bologna Construction for the most comfortable combination.
The underside of split calf skin finished to give a soft nap, mainly used in summer seasons for it ability to take on lighter tones and colourful shades.
We source our Kudu (African Antelope) leather from the Steads Tannery in Leeds. Renowned for its strength, this leather is supple and soft on the underside, with a buffed, naturally casual grained upper.
Types of Leather Finish
Choosing the best natural materials is only part of the job. All our shoes go through various finishing techniques.
Using a natural tanned hide, the leather (once shoe is made) is worked with different tones of dye to build a unique finish and depth of colour.
Pull Up/ Waxed
The leather is covered with wax to give a unique finish and strong depth of colour in the shoe making process. Over time the finish will get richer
The shoe is made in neutral leather, immersed completely in dye and them tumbled in large wooded drums to give a truly unique, distressed effect.
For the UK, US, EU, Canada & Australia (minimum spend).
For the UK, US, EU, Canada & Australia. Rest of World £15