American Author Anne Petry once said, a man hasn’t got a corner on virtue just because his shoes are shined, but in today’s scenario where men and women are gauged on materialistic parameters, a LV wingtip will definitely give one a position in refinement and prestige.
When it’s Louis Vuitton, the price has to be superlative and these wingtip shoes for men are exception. As a part of its Spring Summer 2010 lineup, the Manhattan Richelieu wingtip shoe is all set to woo its LV fans who understand elite leather craftsmanship doesn’t come easy. Blessed with a vintage streak, the footwear boasts of intricate stitching and a subtle pattern of perforations. The best in comfort and agility is brought here owing to its Blake Construction technique.
The outer texture does make it easy to guess that the shoe is made out of genuine Alligator skin. Other outstanding features are glove-soft leather lining, a Ruthenium-finish LV cube embedded in the leather heel and a hand-painted leather sole. And yes, it is only Louis Vuitton that can price its pair of shoes alone at $10,000.