This lace-up derby in hand dyed black leather and black suede is enriched with brogueing. The hand dying process starts from de-colouring the leather with special solvents and then coloring it with colours and waxes, to obtain a vintage, uneven colour effect. The total process takes up to three days. The leather sole is stitched using blake technology. The sole is attached to the upper with hidden stitching.
The sole has an oblique-cut channel under its edges where it is stitched to the upper. Then this channel is glued and the edges of the sole are covered.
The sole is trimmed, polished and covered with cream. This brogued derby in two materials has a classic style with casual combination of materials which makes it suitable for any kind of occasion.