For modern classic comfort GO BROGUE.

For modern classic comfort GO BROGUE.

GO BROGUE.
The brogue is traditionally characterized by a multi-piece, sturdy upper with decorative perforations. Our modern evolutions have added comfort elements of cushioning and flex – perfect for those who like to do things their own way. SHOP ALL
1800s: The first Scottish farmer to perforate his shoes to drain water, went brogue.
The first Scottish farmer to perforate his shoes to drain water, went brogue.
1800s: The first scholar at Oxford University to wear them and create the term 'Oxfords', went brogue
The first scholar at Oxford University to wear them and create the term “Oxfords”, went brogue.
1920s: The first elegant woman to wear the men's style, went brogue.
The first elegant woman to wear the men’s style, went brogue.
The first jazz musicians who wore two-tone versions, went brogue.
1930s: The Prince of Wales who wore a pair to play golf, went brogue.
The Prince of Wales who wore a pair to play golf, went brogue.
1930s: The bootmaker John Lobb, who designed the semi-brogue cap-toe version, went brogue.
The bootmaker John Lobb, who designed the semi-brogue cap-toe version, went brogue.
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Neoprene stretch lining for easy on/off wearing
Neoprene stretch lining
for easy on/off wearing
Easy on/Easy off Flex Laces
Easy on/Easy off
Flex Laces
Classic brogue detailing in genuine leather
Classic brogue detailing
in genuine leather
Explore our wide range of styles and comfort technologies. Explore our wide range of styles and comfort technologies
Explore our wide range of styles and comfort technologies.
GO BROGUE.