Details about 311
For a long time brown men’s shoes were considered unsuitable for fine occasions, in keeping with the British style dictate no brown in town. Although brown smooth leather shoes are frequently worn in offices today, No. 311’s stylish, unusual design makes this model best suited for leisure activities.
A timeless, classic shoe with a light caoutchouc sole
In terms of basic shaft cut, No. 311 is a classic full brogue Oxford in dark brown. This shoe was made using the supreme shoe production method; namely, Goodyear welting. It is defined by closed 5-eyelet lacing, led through five pairs of eyelets, as well as by intricate patterns of perforation along the edges of the shaft pieces. However, this shoe is made truly extraordinary by its velours upper, which has been fully dyed dark brown, and is stunningly contrasted by an orange shoe lace. This classic shoe also features another unique detail: a light caoutchouc outsole, which guarantees a high degree of stability and traction on smooth surfaces.
While the smooth leather version of this shoe is absolutely office-appropriate, this full brogue Oxford in dark brown has a stylishly nonconforming look that makes its best suited for light leisurewear, particularly jeans, corduroys, and tweed. The shoe’s light construction is sure to put a swing in your step, even as outside temperatures rise.
This shoe is characterized by the cut of the shaft, which consists of numerous pieces, including a wing and heel cap. The edges of the parts of the shaft feature intricate Lyra perforation. This versatile shoe toes the line between sporty chic and discreet elegance.
The standard British last form. Subtly and elegantly narrows at the front of the shoe, without sharply rising from the ground. The average width at the ball of the foot provides a great fit for average feet.
Processed velours is an extremely fine, fully-dyed type of rough leather that is taken from the flesh side of the hide. Velours is extremely soft and resistant to soiling. It is easy to care for; regular brushing with a suede brush suffices to keep your velours shoes in good shape.
No. 311 exudes stylish extravagance. Elaborate Lyra perforation and a velvety soft dark brown velours upper create an extraordinary look. Meanwhile, a stabilizing caoutchouc sole keeps the shoe informal.