Color #8 shell cordovan V-Tips have been restocked!
They say what goes around comes around. In this case, it took 12 years for the 4 Eyelet Leydon U-Tip to come back. First released in 2005, we’ve brought this shoe back after a customer request. If you have a request feel free to shoot us an email and we might just put in a special run.
For 10 years now, the Alden shell cordovan Tanker Boot, has been our fastest selling boot. So fast that they are never in stock and we haven’t posted a blog post about them in almost 8 years…
This time around we placed a couple orders without taking any pre-orders. We released them last week in-store but have a few available as of today for mail order. Email firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP if you’d like to order a pair. These will sell out very shortly…
Our second collaboration with Tom’s cocktail bar, Bar Leather Apron, is BLA02, Alden’s original Tassel Loafer in burgundy dress calf.
As you can tell by now, the burgundy dress calf/antique edge theme will be the basis of our BLA collaborations. The color scheme not only matches the BLA branding, it really is a classic combination that goes well with so many colors and patterns.
(Aberdeen last, $550.00)
We are pleased to announce our first trunk show with renowned Japanese shoemaker, Koji Suzuki.
Suzuki-San’s line, Spigola, is known for it’s beautiful finishing and classic patterns with an Italian flair.
Suzuki-San will be available by appointment only on July 7th and 8th. Both Made to Order and Bespoke will be offered. This will be an amazing opportunity for shoe aficionados in Hawaii to acquire a piece of art from one of the most desired shoemakers in the world.
For more information or to make an appointment, email email@example.com.
In collaboration with our friends at Frank Clegg and Reyn Spooner, we present a very special tote made in commemoration of our media partner Flux Hawaii’s “Hawaii Shop” in Sydney, Australia, May 24-28.
Presented by Hawai’i Tourism Oceania, the Flux Hawaii Shop featured curated wares from artisans and designers that represent the current of Hawai’i.