Light Brown Oxford with Brogued Cap Toe

$ 2,195.00

An austere Cap Toe Oxford shoe that leaves the stage to the nuanced hatch of the leather that Horween makes for us!

The Tradizione Collection is the highest end of our line-up. Hand-lasted, hand-welted and sewn by hand, it features our signature narrow waist fiddleback "violino" solo and metal toe taps. It's the very exact correspondent of our Sixpence Bespoke, but made on one of our Ready to Wear lasts.

Part of our Tradizione Collection, these shoes come with individual wool dust bags, lasted wooden shoe trees, our leather maintenance kit with wax, small brush and spare laces and a real shoe-horn, all in a beautiful wooden box for proper storage.

Material: Inca

Product Code: T6451V2

The S last, with its classic and regular fit, is the square-toe version of the C last. The slight chisel nose gives shoes made on this last a professional and conservative look. The chisel is mild and gentle in the Essenziale and Classica line while in is enhanced by the sharp construction of the Tradizione line.

Free in case of size exchange or store credit. At customer's expenses in case of final return.

The first and best advice we can give is to always think of your shoes as an organic object, subject to elements and time alike everything else. Let them rest: after using your Stefano Bemer™ shoes for a day or two, let them rest for a day with their lasted shoe trees. Keep them clean: assuming the shoes rested at least over night, brush them off in the morning, when they are dry. Moisturize them as needed: leather, like our skin, tends to dry-up. We suggest regular use of a moisturizing shoe cream. Protect them: while shoe cream refurbishes colors and moisturizes the leather, our bees’ wax polish is intended to protect it from elements. We recommend to apply wax once the shoes have been completely moisturized and one shoe at a time. Respect them: sometimes, the word or assistance of an expert is required. If your shoes are not reacting properly to your maintenance routine, please feel free to consult with us. For a more detailed guidance to shoe care, please visit the Shoe Care section of this website.

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