Longwing Blucher blackwatch sartorial, black box calf, grey painted full grain

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SKU GI-4205 Category

Additional Information:

Finishing

Standard Finishing

Sole Unit

Heeled Rubber Sole

Construction

Cementing

Shoe Last

Montecarlo

Material

Blackwatch Wool, Box Calf, Fullgrain Painted Calf

Lining

Full Calf Lined Interior

Coloration

Black, Green, Grey, Navy

Sole Color

Black

Sizing questions? See our Size Help.

Replacement guaranteed if they don't fit.

Average production time is 4 Weeks.

Made-to-Order
4 Weeks Production
Worldwide Shipping
Handcrafted in Spain

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The Longwing Blucher, a brief description

Similar to a Full Brogue, the Long Wingtip Blucher is unique in that one brogue panel extends from the toecap all the way to the heel of the shoe. Like a Full Brogue, the Long Wingtip Blucher is a classic style suitable for formal occasions and office wear alike.

Full Calf Lined Interior

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.

Made with High Grade Box Calf

Box calf is the most traditional leather there is. The grand majority of quality-mens-shoes are made from this kind of material. Box calf is a type of leather taken from calves, and although it has a pliable feel, it is firm in consistency. Box calf leathers are given their final colour and shine at the tannery, which will improve with time and develop a lovely patina.

Hand Painted Crust Leather

Crust calf is untreated –not dyed– leather. It's usually used in its plain form, but it can be embossed with textures like pebble grain, full grain or croco. This leather is hand painted by our maestro colorist using natural dyes and oils.

Being an artisanal process, it is difficult to achieve uniform shades, especially in the lighter ones, although its main attraction is precisely its natural finish and the light transparency in its colors, which gives great distinction and versatility.

The Montecarlo Shoe Last

This style features the Montecarlo shoe last, versatile and stylish in equal measure. With it’s long elegant vamp finishing with a soft chisel toe profile it is just as suited to casual Chelsea boots as it is formal lace up suit shoes. The classic nature of the toe shape means that it’s a timeless style statement.

Meet the Heeled Rubber Sole

It's often considered a great compromise on grip, flexibility, and durability. Entirely made out of rubber, the heeled rubber sole features button shaped details for improved grip performance. It’s generally quite wear resistant, weatherproof and extremely light! And the best part: it comes in different colors!

Additional information
Finishing

Standard Finishing

Sole Unit

Heeled Rubber Sole

Construction

Cementing

Shoe Last

Montecarlo

Material

Blackwatch Wool, Box Calf, Fullgrain Painted Calf

Lining

Full Calf Lined Interior

Coloration

Black, Green, Grey, Navy

Sole Color

Black

Sizing questions? See our Size Help.

Replacement guaranteed if they don't fit.

Average production time is 4 Weeks.

Entirely cut by hand

The Clicking Department is the first stage of production. The highly skilled Clickers (whose name derives from the ‘click’ sound made when the knife is removed from the leather) use predetermined patterns to intricately cut the shoe’s uppers and linings. Each Clicker design and grind the blade of their knife to their own personal taste and working preference.

Customize. Design. Create.

You can design your own style using our 3D Designing Tool. There are literally BILLIONS of styles & design combinations, materials and finishings. Go ahead, have fun!

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Proudly Handcrafted in Almansa, Spain

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.

Shoe Care & Maintenance

Every lather shoe requires care if you want them to last long. Clean and polish them before and after every wear.

SHOE CARE

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