Gent’s Club: Wallgren

Proof that too much of a good thing is a contradiction in terms, this brown leather lace-up takes the classic form of the derby shoe and stretches it into boot form. Originally conceived as a country[...]
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Gent’s Club: Nissila

Originally conceived as a soldier’s footwear, the blucher is named after its inventor, famous 19th century German general Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher, who designed it to appease his men who[...]
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Gent’s Club: Girroald

Wouldn’t it be great to imagine Sean Connery wearing a pair of boots like these to visit his native Edinburgh? It would be an homage to his ancestors, because the Oxford was invented to trudge[...]
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