Coram Derby Shoe
The Coram deerskin derby shoe have a great back story. After the deer cull in Scotland, the skins were going to waste. So a small, local tannery rescued the skins and tanned them to create this wonderfully soft leather in a warm bracken colour. Definite hints of ’30s vintage luggage which inspired these slightly ’30s designed shoes. Two-tone Derby shoe marrying leather and canvas with a blind, split-toe seam; three pairs of lace holes; and ‘sporty’ eyelet perforations in the waist
- UPPER Roe deer skin and green canvas.
- LINING Natural veg tanned calf
- MAKING 1″ heel height; 3/16″ sole; jockey heel (straight heel breast); square waist; burnished sole and heel and sole edge
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