Monday, January 2

walk-over


Really is mind-blowing living in Massachusetts with the massive amount of shoe-making history that surrounds the state. Walk-Over traces its roots back to colonial times and thus [the naming rights at least -ed.] can lay claim to being the oldest shoemaking business in the States. Fired up to find another storied brand [shoes now made in PA I believe, by HHBrown?]. They are suede, and buck heavy on the site due to some Mark McNairy involvement I believe (see older post at Sartorially Inc with some historical commenting).

Liking these scotch grain brogues above. Available at Orvis. Matt at Men's Threads has some shinier photos. #winter

1 comment:

Matthew Hranek said...

CAN'T GET ENOUGH WINGS AND BEEN BUYING VINTAGE LIKE CRAZY (PROBLEM? ) FOUND SOME DEAD STOCK WALKOVERS IN BUCK (IN THE BOX) THEY WEREN'T MY SIZE SO I SOLD THEM IN THE FLEA ( SEE I'M NOT A HOARDER) MT WASH WAS AMAZING-DROVE THRU PERU VT. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE SOMETIME.