Full Brogue in black
Shoes: Full Brogue in black | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Shoes: Full Brogue in black | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Shoes: Full Brogue in black | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Full Brogue in black
Full Brogue in black
Shoes: Full Brogue in black | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Shoes: Full Brogue in black | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Shoes: Full Brogue in black | John Crocket | Fine British Clothing
Full Brogue in black

Full Brogue in black

  • Upper material: real leather
  • Lining and insole: real leather
  • Sole: real leather
  • Heel: reinforced with rubber

The shoe form Full Brogue | Why is it so special?

  • it has the heart-shaped toe cap which extends parallel along the front vamp up to almost the heel cap
  • a curved perforation pattern in the edges of the toe cap, front vamp and heel cap
  • the shoe toe decorates a perforation pattern in wings form

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    Item number: 2832-BLACK

    Regular price 279,00 €
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    Material description

    Crocket's Finest

    In many individual steps, these high-quality shoes are manufactured by hand. The leather used has already been selected with special care. After a long search we have found boxcalf and aniline leather in France that meet our requirements because it is unusually fine and firm. Besides, our sole leather is the best in the world. It comes from the company Johann Rendenbach in Trier and bears the seal of quality of the Altgerber Association. Complex one-year tanning in a pit achieves a durable sole leather that is elastic and breathable. High durability, optimal skin tolerability and excellent wearing comfort describe Crocket's Finest Shoes.

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    Care advices

    Crocket's Finest

    Always use shoe tensioners to ensure that your shoes remain smooth and in the right shape. In wet conditions, you can let the shoes dry at room temperature or plug it out with newspaper. Do not put the shoes in front of fireplaces, radiators or heating, since the heat dries out the leather and this can lead to cracks in the shoes. For the removal of dirt and mud, just grab a wet cloth.

    As with any leather shoe, a shoe polish must not be missing. We recommend that you polish your shoes with a wax shoe polish in the right color.

    Find out more in our Shoe Dictionary.