Thoughtful Japanese design and craftsmanship meet the rich heritage of American leather with this new visvim AMERICANA DECK-FOLK shoe. This boat shoe is crafted from an oiled cowhide upper and lined with horse hide — both materials sourced from the same U.S. tannery. True to visvim form, the entire shoe is crafted with sustainability in mind, with its natural cork footbed, and unique outsole construction which eschews the use of glues or adhesives. And as always, socks may be worn with this handsome deck shoe if you so choose, but visvim suggests otherwise. You can pick up a pair here for ¥44,000 JPY (approximately $550 USD).
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