Step into classic elegance with these Derby shoes, featuring a simple vamp insert and two eyelets. These unlined models are constructed using the Blake stitching method on a rubber sole, offering both flexibility and durability.
Blake stitching, also known as through-stitching, was invented in 1858 by Leeman Reed Blake, an employee of the Singer sewing machine company. This technique lends the shoes enhanced suppleness and lightness, making them a comfortable choice for sophisticated footwear.
Fits UK sizes
Simple vamp insert Derby shoes with two eyelets.
Unlined model for a sleek look.
Blake-stitched onto a rubber sole for flexibility and durability.
Technique provides added suppleness and lightness to the shoes.