Harrys of London and Gieves & Hawkes Collaborate, Unveil Luxury Shoes

Harrys of London is renowned for its high-end fashion and traditional shops and super soft loafers, and Gieves & Hawkes since more than two hundred years has been creating the finest bespoke garments at No. 1 Savile, whose supply is focused on the British Army and the Royal Navy. In spite of disagreeability of both iconic companies of Britain, they have been working together and Harrys shoe makers have brought forth their collection of comfort foot wear to complement a line of tailored sportswear shops by Savile Row tailor Gieves & Hawkes  who are internationally renowned and  the authority for British tailoring.

Harrys of London has designed cotton canvas Moccasin lounge shoe which is handcrafted giving ultimate comfort though it is sturdy; it is light and trimmed with leather. Shoemaker Harry of London, are well reputed for its super-soft loafers powered by vibram sole, are simple and elegant.

The luxury shoes, classic Bryce penny loafers, and Dwight desert boots are made of South African kudu antelope leather which is capable bending flexibly and can be twisted without breaking. It is merged with a number of technical schemes. The combination of techno gel innersole and Vibram rubber outer sole are designed to give arch support and comfort.

During the inauguration of the new flagship store of  Gieves & Hawkes on May at 1 Savile Row, two famous brands of dress and shoes were introduced and along with the line of shoe and dress collection, which has been produced by  shoemaker Poulsen Skone  according to the specification of customer.  The stores of Gieves & Hawkes offer Harrys sport footwear. The customer could eagerly wait for some more new designs of shoes, at garment outlet in near future. The price of these shoes is fixed approximately between $416 to $515. You could get them in brown and black colors.

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