Introducing a new norwegian split toe blucher featuring a hand-sewn vamp. The handsewing process is very tricky and it has to be done very carefully.
It is made on our classic round shaped, The Hiro last, using Dark Brown Naturcalf & double leather soles.
Just the true & more skilfull artisans are able to achieve this kind of handsewn aprons.
A very unique shoe which is completely hand lasted and hand welted, achieving a really versatile, confortable & long lasting pair of shoes.
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Recently a very knowledgeable friend of mine (with an absolutely amazing shoe collection) expressed how extremely satisfied he was with his Linea Maestro shoes, even compared to the likes of Carmina, Crockett & Jones, Italigente and even more exclusive makers. I already own a pair of Meermin double monks from the classic collection, and I’ve been very happy with how they’ve held up over the year and a half I’ve used and abused them. Adding my own experience to my friend’s great review, I decided to get a pair of Linea Maestros myself, to see if they really do live up to the hype.
After some extensive soul searching and intense meditation, I decided to go with the rather new split toe model. The linea maestro split toe is the best looking split toe I’ve ever laid eyes upon, the exception of course being the great Edward Green Dover. A perfectly shaped last, hand-sewn vamp, double leather soles and a great dark brown colour makes for the perfect derby for the swedish climate.
Now I’m just hoping that I won’t have to wait for two months to get them..