The loafer is a classic shoe that will provide comfort and style. It has no laces; in other words, it’s a slip-on shoe with a low ankle profile that is easy to take on. The upper vamp has a moccasin-like construction, specially the sewing on the toe. The vamp can feature a number of ornaments like a mask, a pair of tassels or a metal bit. Giving the options, the Loafer is ver versatile style, appropriate for the weekends as well as the office.
These shoes are fully-lined with soft calfskin leather, which means ultimate comfort. Most companies will only partially line their shoes, but we go the extra mile because it means a more comfortable shoe and less break-in time.
This style is constructed using the Blake method. It’s characterized by a double binding (blake and rapid, precisely): while the first attaches upper, lining and insole; the second one secures the insole and outside sole together. The shoes are therefore easy to resole, and have greater flexibility.
Meet the Classic Leather Sole
There are many reasons why leather has been used for centuries for soles: it's hardwearing, flexible, practical, long lasting and beautiful. It's usually considered the dressiest of all soles, gets that designation because it has the slimmest profile, so it looks best with your dress pants. It is painted by hand, and then brushed by our artisans for an impeccable finish.
Our main factory is located in Almansa, a small village in the heart of La Mancha, Spain, known for its traditional shoemaking and leather working history. Here in Almansa, things happen at a different scale and pace to the rest of the world. We work to the natural pace of human labour, with the same team overseeing the same pair of shoes from start to finish.