This moccasin comes without fringes and beads like most visvim moccasins, instead focusing on presenting the clean lines created by hand by its Japanese design team. visvim has used 100% suede for the upper and pairs the moccasin to a 100% rubber sole unit, which features small cut-out sections to create cushioning and a small touch of black visvim branding.
A leather-trimmed cotton collar extends out of the shoe’s opening and sports a colorful bandana-like triangular heel tab — one of visvim’s subtle branding tropes — while the pair is brought together with a set of squared-off leather laces that have been threaded through the side and tied in true moccasin form.
visvim finishes the suede moccasin with a row of tonal looped stitching around the front of the shoe and a small “Hand-Made” tag on the tongue. Pick up your pair from retailers such as Browns for $674 USD.
For more clean footwear offerings, take a look at the upcoming sustainable Converse Renew Denim line-up.