Oxford men’s shoes can have a plain or decorated vamp. Other styles include decorations with perforations on wingtips, semi-brogue or quarter-brogue. The term “brogue” stems from old Scottish and Irish footwear that was perforated to allow water to run through the shoe when worn in boggy conditions. However these days brogue is used for decorative purposes.
COLLECTION AND SOME PERSONALIZATION EXAMPLES:
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15 leather types
50 leather colours
17 stitching colours
6 kinds of sole
15 lace colours
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