Foulonne noir - Semelle sprint
This shoe features Blake stitching, also known as the sewn-through technique. In 1858 the young shoemaker Lyman Reed Blake invented this process while working for the sewing machine manufacturer Singer. It brought greater lightness to the shoe as well as elegnace and flexibility.
Simple piped seam Loafer, without saddle strap.
Unlined model, Blake stitching, on a genuine rubber sole.