Rogues Gallery Deck Shoe | Boot

We’ve seen many permutations of the classic deck shoe in recent memory, however few have done it like American company Rogues Gallery. They’ve created two styles of the deck style including a conventional low top shoe style as well as a lesser seen and uncommon boot rendition. The streamline shape of the boot is maintained throughout for a clean look. Both styles are available now at Nomad.

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We’ve seen many permutations of the classic deck shoe in recent memory, however few have done it like American company Rogues Gallery. They’ve created two styles of the deck style including a conventional low top shoe style as well as a lesser seen and uncommon boot rendition. The streamline shape of the boot is maintained throughout for a clean look. Both styles are available now at Nomad.

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