Full-Brogue-rojo-red-view
Full-Brogue-rojo-redFull-Brogue-rojo-redFull-Brogue-rojo-red-lateralFull-Brogue-rojo-red-viewFull-Brogue-rojo-red-viewFull-Brogue-rojo-red-viewFull-Brogue-rojo-red-viewFull-Brogue-rojo-red-lateralFull-Brogue-rojo-red-viewFull-Brogue-rojo-red-view

Full-Brogue Red

326 €

Clear selection

Modern brogues trace their roots to a rudimentary shoe originating in Scotland and Ireland that was constructed using untanned hide with perforations, allowing water to drain when crossing wet terrain such as a bog. Oxford and blucher shoes, originally were smooth, until in the thirties the Duke of Windsor popularized first to play golf and then for social events.

This type of shoes are suitable to wear with dress or casual clothes like corduroy, tweed or molequín.