A light-weight shoe for smart, but not strictly formal, wear. This style, which has been copied all over the world, was first created by John Lobb when shoes first began to take the place of boots. It was designed to meet the demand for a shoe less severe than the plain Oxford yet lighter in style and weight than a fully-brogued shoe. A pair of shoes in this style was made for the Paris Exhibition of 1937, at which the Firm was awarded the “Diplome d’honneur”.
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