March 8, 2011

New Arrival: John Fluevog Shoes for Men

John Fluevog Headliners March Boot in Tan leather $295.00
The March boot design by John Fluevog is named after the 1932 Oscar wining actor Fredric March for his role in Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde. This boot has a  slightly Victorian feel but is modernized with the choice of materials and design. A canvas fabric funnels from within the boot and is hugged by the softest leather you have ever felt. The exaggerated raw leather laces add a layered look by allowing you to wrap them around the ankle and even around the under part of the boot. For a more conservative look you can cut the length of the laces to your liking. 


John Fluevog Headliners March Boot in Black $295.00 SOLD OUT
Also available in a Black/ Navy leather with a grey canvas funnel "liner" and brown raw leather laces. 

Side view

Canvas liner detail

All the soles of the Headliners series have a bright blue rubber sole which showcases the craftsmanship of the finishing.

John Fluevog Headliners Gable Shoe in Navy $235.00
Named after the famed actor Clark Gable this chic lace up shoe was designed with a soft and weathered looking navy leather. The color is subtle enough to wear to the office but yet bold enough to have you stand out in a crowd of fashionable gents.
As in the March Boot, the laces are long enough to create a layered look. Feel free to cut them down if you want a more of a cleaner silhouette.

Side view

John Fluevog Radio Rai laceless shoes $259.00 SOLD OUT
The RAI is the newest addition to the RADIO series by Fluevog. 
"John drew up the Radio Audizioni Italiane named after the Italian public broadcaster. The RAI is a two toned, vintage-looking slip-on loafer (with eyelets for those seeking 'lace security') that uses aged Atlas leathers and nappy suedes with waxy, burnished toes on unfinished, uneven stacked leather heels. So roll up your pants and leave the socks at home, the Radio RAI is here to cast some broads.. ba-da-boom!" 


Detail of the double layered look craftsmanship

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