Over at Opening Ceremony a classic loafer is taking on a little edge. The shoe features a timely look, construction and quality feel, and of course, three unmissable brass studs across a band on the tongue. It’s as if Yuketen took you’re grandpa and gave him a mohawk, except everybody was surprised to find out it actually suited him. Available in a classic black leather as well as a suave pecan colorway, right now, from Opening Ceremony
Yuketen gives us a look in to these beautifully crafted beef-roll loafer’s, apart of its Yuketen 2010 Spring/Summer Collection Country. The stand out feature on these must be the very glossy dark brown leather surface used. Also, the wonderful detailing visible along the sides as well as the stitching and the crepe sole make this shoe a casual footwear masterpiece. Available at Inventory Stockroom.
Yuketen unveils images of its latest effort; the Yuketen – Embossed and Stitched Boat Shoes. Recognized primarily for its acute attention to detail and rigorous production method, these shoes are a testament to Yuketen’s high quality tradition of shoe making. This unique rendition of the boat shoe includes a combination chestnut and dark brown color with visible stitching going around the foot of the shoe. The out sole is constructed from leather, and come with thick leather laces.
Infamous outdoor shoe maker Yuketen continues to pound out winners with every drop they’ve had so far become more or less a success, at least stylistically. This time with its Yuketen 2010 Spring/Summer Collection they continue to impress with new renditions of its popular moccasin silhouette in a combination of materials including leather and soft suede in a range of toned down colors.